Three years after their debut album High Dive, SHAED is gearing up for their sophomore LP. Although the band hasn’t announced the release date, they’ve started to share music from the project. The first single, “Everybody Knows I’m High.” is a shift from the ethereal pop of “Trampoline” to a warmer hazy rock sound. The
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Singer-songwriter Charlotte Day Wilson will release her sophomore album, Cyan Blue, on May 3 via Stone Woman Music/XL Recordings.  Cyan Blue is said to be a more introspective body of work. “I want to look through the unjaded eyes of my younger self again,” Wilson shares about making the album. “Before there wasn’t as much
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The two men accused of killing Jam Master Jay—Karl Jordan Jr. and Ronald Washington—were reportedly found guilty on all counts for the 2002 murder. According to ABC News, both defendants are facing a minimum of 20 years to life in prison. The death penalty is also on the table per the U.S. Attorney’s Office for
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Photo by Rachel W. Rawle It’s been 16 years since Salt Lake City’s Iota released their debut album, Tales, and also 16 years since the band’s last release. The dry spell finally ends on March 22 when Iota release their second album, Pentasomnia. It picks up where they left off, playing warm stoner grooves intermixed
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Liam Gallagher has once again taken aim at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and this year’s nominees, telling those behind the honour to “fuck off”. The comments about the Hall of Fame come after Oasis, for the first time ever, were listed as one of the acts revealed as this year’s nominees earlier
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Spoiler alert! This story contains spoilers for The Voice’s Season 25 premiere that aired February 26.  A new season of The Voice is upon us, as Season 25 introduced Dan + Shay and welcomed back second-timers Reba McEntire and Chance the Rapper, as well as veteran John Legend. Spirits were definitely high, as the coaches
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Welcome to our latest semi-regular Decibel feature. Here, talented musicians from across the metalsphere provide us with their Last Tape Before Doomsday. Sebastian Thomson’s range of reference when it comes to his drumming is infinite in its eclecticism. As a studious player, Thomson brings the motorik pulse of Krautrock, funky backbeats, DC hardcore power, jazz-like
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