Breaking News The NFL is planning to make a huge statement when the season kicks off … with the league reportedly deciding to play the Black national anthem before every Week 1 game. “Lift Ev’ry Voice And Sing” — which is often referred to as the black national anthem — will be played before the “Star-Spangled Banner” prior to every game in the first week of the season, according to ESPN. It was originally written
South London experimental producer Klein has released a new song on her Bandcamp page titled “case volume one.” She’s also created a choose-your-own-adventure video game (also called case volume one). At the beginning of the game, players are confronted with a choice between reading a letter and taking medicine—the rest unfolds from there. Listen to the track below, and play the game here. Klein’s latest studio album Frozen arrived just a few months ago, marking
Soccer Mommy has spent the last few weeks covering songs in collaboration with her closest music pals. Previously, we heard Sophie Allison team up with Jay Som, as well as Andrew VanWyngarden of MGMT. Today, Allison is sparking creative chemistry with fellow indie songwriter SASAMI. For the final installment of the Soccer Mommy & Friends Singles Series, Allison tackles “Drive”, the 1994 hit from The Cars. SASAMI, meanwhile, goes down a completely different path by reworking
After drastically flattening the curve on coronavirus (COVID-19) cases, Western Australia has started reopening nightclubs with ease of restrictions. Premier Mark McGowan previously announced that beginning at 11:59 PM on June 26th, the state would transition into Phase Four. That means clubs, pubs, and bars, including those in the state’s capital of Perth, are now able to return to “normal” in a “COVID safe way.” Events including concerts and live music at venues, bars and
Exclusive Kehlani rented a Ferrari and then smashed up the expensive sports car before returning it … this according to a new lawsuit. The singer is being sued by a luxury rental car company that claims she rented a Ferrari back in April, and said it was for personal use only — but the company claims she used it in her new music video instead and ended up damaging the whip in a costly collision.