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The announcement, made a week after a tribute concert in Prince's native Minnesota meant to offer closure after his sudden death on April 21, comes as his estate steadily moves forward on a business plan for his vast holdings. Warner Brothers Records said it would next month issue a 40-track greatest hits collection, "Prince 4Ever," with an attached 12-page book of photographs. Long known to fans, with Elvis Costello even covering it, "Moonbeam Levels" was never officially released.
Tool blew the minds of many a teen through the 90s with some of the trippiest music videos ever made, and their frontman Maynard James Keenan seems to be keeping that trend alive in this new video from his other musical project Puscifer. The song is called The Arsonist, and the clip features Maynard, Ronda Rousey, and a couple of the UFC’s other top female fighters battling a gigantic Godzilla-like Donald Trump monster. The video starts out with Maynard James Keenan challenging Ronda Rousey to a fight, and the stakes are … er … interesting.
Our guide to this week's (and last week's) album releases also features the week's top new music videos from artists like The Weeknd, Danny Brown, and Maroon 5, plus brand new streaming music from Leonard Cohen, American Football, Cloud Nothings, and more. Read and Post Comments | Get the full article at Metacritic
Third Man Records, the independent record label founded by "The White Stripes" frontman Jack White, has produced a music-themed coloring book, set to go on sale in the US this weekend. The book, revealed on Instagram, features a fictional record company -- dubbed "Manny's Top Tunes" -- and explores "how a vinyl record is made," with the product slated to hit shelves at Third Man's Nashville storefront from Saturday, October 15.
Music app Shazam has joined forces with Vadio, a music video platform that drives digital engagement, for a partnership which will enable the addition of music video channels to the service. The tie-up will allow hundreds of millions of Shazam users globally to stream specially curated music video channels directly in the app via Vadio-powered technology, which make it possible for people to consume music video content through the sites and apps they already use. Commenting on the deal, Fabio Santini, Chief Product Officer for Shazam said: "We continually look for new ways to expand the ways in which our users can discover music...We want to give fans a great reason to spend more time with Shazam by giving them access to a rich and immersive music video experience.
When it was first announced last year, Harmonix Music VR was pitched mainly as a music visualizer, a chance to create "actual environments that were themselves an expression of your music," according to designer Jon Carter. At the time, he also framed this project as an opportunity for Harmonix to familiarize itself with virtual reality. "This is my company's first foray into the medium, and an attempt to define the category of VR music visualization," he wrote on the PlayStation Blog.
Henry’s, the nightclub on Beverly Boulevard that was not-too-long ago named Hooray Henry’s before getting a fresh revamp and truncated name, has seen its last red velvet roped evening. The space will soon become Peppermint Club, a live music venue that is a partnership between Henry’s proprietors h.wood Group and Interscope Records, reports Wehoville. It’s a pretty interesting departure for the location that has long been home to plenty of nightclubs in its day, from Hooray Henry’s to The Beverly to Guys & Dolls and to Guys before that.