Daily Archives: May 24, 2017

Fear And Wonder Release "The Only Way" Video Featuring Trevor Wentworth of Our Last Night

Post hardcore band Fear And Wonder has released their new video single “The Only Way” featuring, Trevor Wentworth of Our Last Night. The single comes from the group’s upcoming record set to release later this …Read More

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Crystal Ignite says Everything You Break is of Tragedy and Realization Together as One

 Australian up-and-comer Crystal Ignite has released her debut single called “Everything You Break”. A song that is one of the most emotional tracks she has ever written, dealing with tragedy and realization all mixed together. …Read More

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Brighter Than A Thousand Suns Releases Video for "The Upside Down"

Brighter Than A Thousand Suns has released a new video for “The Upside Down”. Check it HERE. http://www.nataliezworld.com/search/label/News

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HASBRO ANNOUNCES FIRST EVER HASCON CONVENTION!

Hasbro, Inc. (NASDAQ:HAS), a global play and entertainment company, officially opened ticket sales for the first-ever HASCON FANmily™ event, which will take place in Providence at the Rhode Island Convention Center and Dunkin’ Donuts Center …Read More

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exist†trace reveals “The story of existence” in second night of The 19th Challenge

All-female J-Rock band exist†trace performed the second night of their one-man concert series “The 19th Challenge” on May 19th at Ebisu’s club aim. The 20-song “A story of existence” recounted the musical journey of the …Read More

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Divided Minds Releases Video for "Take My Hand"

Divided Minds has released a new video for “Take My Hand”. Check it out over HERE. http://www.nataliezworld.com/search/label/News

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YOU BRED RAPTORS? DROP NEW TRACK "BAYONETTE"

Queens, NY-based, experimental, post-rock act, You Bred Raptors?, and their track, “Bayonette” from their forthcoming album, International Genetics, due out June 23, 2017. Listen to the track as premiered on IMPOSE Magazine HERE. http://www.nataliezworld.com/search/label/News

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Grammy Award-Winning Little Big Town & Washington State's Browne Family Vineyards Debut 4 Cellars

For Grammy Award-winning group Little Big Town and its four members – Karen Fairchild, Phillip Sweet, Kimberly Schlapman and Jimi Westbrook – wine has always been a part of their story. Whether it is in the studio or on the road, shared with family or friends, their story unfolds much like that of a great wine. Visit www.fourcellars.com. (PRNewsfoto/4 Cellars)NASHVILLE, Tenn., May 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — For Grammy Award-winning Little Big Town, life is about the journey and the people they meet along the way. Today, the four members of the band – Karen Fairchild, Phillip Sweet, Kimberly Schlapman and Jimi Westbrook – are launching their own…

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See Eminem Praise Dr. Dre, Jimmy Iovine in 'The Defiant Ones' Trailer

Eminem praises music moguls Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine in a new trailer for HBO documentary series The Defiant Ones. “Jimmy Iovine is the levitator; Dre is the innovator,” the “Slim Shady” rapper quips.

The Defiant Ones explores Dre and Iovine’s unlikely but profitable business partnerships and massive impact on pop culture, utilizing interviews with artists like Bono, Nas, Ice Cube, Gwen Stefani, Snoop Dogg and Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor. Allen Hughes (Menace II Society) directed the four-part doc, which premieres July 9th on HBO. 

The trailer features snippets of those talking head segments, including Bono’s hilarious description of Iovine: “Jimmy is like a virus that enters the system uninvited.” Elsewhere, Dre reflects on his rap hustle, noting, “I was really determined to be a success. I was blessed to find hip-hop.”

In addition to the candid interviews, the The Defiant Ones also includes behind-the-scenes recording and writing sessions with Stevie Nicks, Eazy-E, N.W.A., Tom Petty and Bruce Springsteen, along with other previously unseen footage.

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The Head and the Heart Recall Amazing Childhood Encounter With Chris Cornell, Sing 'Hunger Strike'

The Head and the Heart paid tribute to the late Chris Cornell during their recent Austin City Limits spot, performing an atmospheric version of Temple of the Dog’s signature track “Hunger Strike.” 

The folk-rock band opened in a hush, with singer Matt Gervais crooning the Eddie Vedder section and picking the song’s electric guitar riff. Co-frontman Jonathan Russell took on the Cornell role, harmonizing and belting the chorus. Their bandmates kept the track at a subdued simmer with violin and muted toms.

Before the performance, Gervais shared a charming story about meeting Cornell and Soundgarden bandmate Matt Cameron as music-loving kids in Seattle.

“When I was a kid growing up there, everybody was trying to play music or skateboard,” he said. “We were trying to do both. It was a day we were jamming out in the basement at my parents’ house, playing music. We were taking a break and trying to do the skateboarding part. So we were out on the sidewalk, and we looked out in the neighbor’s yard, and we saw a couple guys checking out a motorcycle. We looked a little closer and realized it was Matt Cameron and Chris Cornell from Soundgarden sitting right there.”

Surprised by the celebrity sighting, the budding musicians walked back to the basement, left the garage door open, “turned the amps up as loud as [they could]” and started playing Soundgarden’s “Fell on Black Days.”

“About a minute later, we see Chris Cornell come lumbering into the room,” he continued. “And with a sly little smile, he says, ‘You guys are playing it a little fast.’ It was an amazing moment for a kid, if you can imagine. We got to chat with them for a little while and get a sense of who they were as people, which is an amazing thing. And he was nothing but the sweetest person in the world. I always thought we’d get the chance to meet him again, but as we know now, we’re not gonna get that chance.”

The Head and the Heart’s full Austin City Limits set will air this fall on the upcoming season.

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