Daily Archives: June 11, 2018

LVL UP to Disband Following Run of Final Shows

New York indie-rock band LVL UP announced their breakup on Monday. "We have decided to retire this project," the group tweeted. "It has been an extremely rewarding journey beyond anything we could have realistically imagined … Our deepest gratitude goes out to every label, band and person who’s played a role in this wild ride." The quartet paired the announcement with ...

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Laurie Metcalf pulls off upset win at the Tony Awards. Did 'Roseanne' controversy help?

Metcalf’s performance in the Edward Albee classic earned much critical praise, and Tony voters certainly love her, giving her the leading actress trophy last year for “A Doll’s House, Part 2.” Her win this year also could possibly be credited to vote-splitting between Denise Gough, the front-runner for her performance in “Angels in America,” and her “Angels” co-star Susan Brown. ...

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Watch St. Vincent Cover Tool’s “Forty Six & 2”

St. Vincent took over BBC Radio 6’s Instagram on Friday, and at one point, she was asked which riffs she wishes she had written. After playing Pantera’s “Cowboys From Hell,” she started playing and singing Tool’s Ænima single “Forty Six & 2” (which she mistakenly refers to as “My Shadow”). Watch it happen below. Annie Clark recently shared a reworked ...

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The NSW Police Are Being Taken To Court Again Over Drug Dogs After Festival-Goers Were Denied Entry

NewsWritten by Jackson Langford on June 11, 2018 Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you undoubtedly heard about the NSW Police Force’s policy regarding drug dogs at Sydney festival Above & Beyond that was announced last week. The policy, among other things, said that if a sniffer dog were to smell or sit beside someone upon entering the… Music ...

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