jason hirschhorn's @MusicREDEF: 01/23/2019 - So Fresh So Clean, The Battle for Halftime, Drake in Vegas, The 1975, Joni Mitchell...

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We wanted to start working with people and not have people tell us who we should be working with based on what the financial turnout was going to be, or what the streaming numbers would end up being, or what the radio plays would end up being. It was: ‘Let’s make art that we’re passionate about,’ because eventually it’s going to translate. Is this interest remix not displaying correctly? | View it in your browser. Pardon my segue: DJ Snake at Outside Lands, San Francisco, Aug. 12, 2018.
(Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images) Wednesday - January 23, 2019 Wed - 01/23/19 “We wanted to start working with people and not have people tell us who we should be working with based on what the financial turnout was going to be, or what the streaming numbers would end up being, or what the radio plays would end up being. It was: ‘Let’s make art that we’re passionate about,’ because eventually it’s going to translate.”
-  Mike Power, manager of hip-hop producer Kenny Beats rantnrave:// Rock and roll laundry followup: Two months ago, LAURA SNAPES of the GUARDIAN began one 2018's most fascinating rock TWITTER threads with an open request for a story on how touring bands deal with their laundry. The NEW YORK TIMES' THOMAS ROGERS has now come through, sort of, with this sparklingly clean account of how bands with arena-size budgets do it. Pro tip: Don't get your nose too close to SLIPKNOT's coveralls. Also, be careful when you're outsourcing JANET JACKSON's dry cleaning. We're still waiting for a wrinkle-free (or, more likely, not) account of how it works for bands on the $10 or $20 per diem level... (Potential name for a rock laundry magazine: SPIN CYCLE. You are free to steal this)... Trumpeter and composer TERENCE BLANCHARD, veteran of 40-plus films over three decades, had never been nominated for an OSCAR until Tuesday, which is not the single most embarrassing thing the MOTION PICTURE ACADEMY needs to atone for, but embarrassing nonetheless. His score for BLACKKKLANSMAN is up against NICHOLAS BRITELL (IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK), LUDWIG GÖRANSSON (BLACK PANTHER), ALEXANDRE DESPLAT (ISLE OF DOGS) and MARC SHAIMAN (MARY POPPINS RETURNS). The winner for BEST ORIGINAL SONG will be "SHALLOW" or my name is BOB LEFSETZ. (All due respect to the KENDRICK LAMAR/SZA panther jam "ALL THE STARS" and DAVID RAWLINGS & GILLIAN WELCH's scruggsy "WHEN A COWBOY TRADES HIS SPURS FOR WINGS")... Reminder: This is the first major contract signing RCA announced after the airing of SURVIVING R. KELLY. The artist in question has been released from French custody while a rape investigation continues... You will be watching THE MASKED SINGER tonight on FOX. I know this because I, too, will be watching and I most definitely was not planning on this when 2019 began. #TeamLion... Boogaloo all you old dudes... A nearly unhittable cutter wasn't the only weapon in NEW YORK YANKEES relief pitcher MARIANO RIVERA's arsenal during his Hall of Fame career. There was also an intimidating walk-on song, METALLICA's "ENTER SANDMAN," which soundtracked every trip Rivera took to the YANKEE STADIUM mound from 1999 to 2013. But on Tuesday, when he became the first player unanimously voted into the Hall of Fame, Rivera told MLB NETWORK he's never been to a Metallica show and "as a Christian, with all due respect to Metallica, I don’t listen to that kind of music." Except for maybe that one time. His one-time teammate and fellow Hall of Famer RANDY JOHNSON remains the most metal baseball player ever... RIP MAXINE BROWN RUSSELL, EDWIN BIRDSONG and KAYE BALLARD. - Matty Karas, curator now i'm doin' my own laundry SB Nation How the Super Bowl halftime show became the NFL’s most visible protest battleground by Natalie Weiner A metaphorical picket line has been drawn — and Maroon 5, Big Boi and Travis Scott have crossed it. Vulture What Does Drake's Residency Mean for Las Vegas Nightlife? by Harley Brown Even in Las Vegas, where Calvin Harris cuts $280 million deals on the regular, Drake's reported upcoming residency at XS is a big deal. Drake actually beat the British DJ, who reportedly gets paid "roughly" $1 million per show, taking home $2 million from the XS show where he first hinted at a Vegas residency las week. The New York Times He Knows the Stars’ Dirty Laundry. Because He Washes It. by Thomas Rogers Meet Hans-Jürgen Topf, the world’s top specialist for tour laundry, who has washed clothes for Madonna, Pink and Beyoncé, among others. Rolling Stone Latin Artists Changed Trap Music Forever -- R&B Is Next by Elias Leight Spanish-language singles by Alex Rose, Rauw Alejandro and Paloma Mami, which borrow shrewdly from R&B, are captivating a global audience. The Muse Spotify's New Mute Feature Is a Patronizing Misstep by Hazel Cills On Monday (Jan. 21) tech site Thurrot reported that Spotify has begun rolling out a block feature, one which allows users to block artists from their view of the platform. When a Spotify user blocks an artist, they’ll no longer see them in curated playlists like Discover Weekly or even charts, and they’ll have to actively unblock the artist to hear their music again. Variety iHeartMedia Bankruptcy Plan Approved, CEO Bob Pittman’s Contract Renewed for Four Years by Todd Spangler A U.S. court has OK'd the bankruptcy plan of iHeartMedia, the biggest radio broadcaster in the U.S., which will shave down its crushing debt load and separate iHeartMedia from Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings. The company said chairman and CEO Bob Pittman and Rich Bressler, president, COO and CFO, have extended their contracts by four years. Noisey At The 1975 Live Show, the Internet Isn't Good or Bad--It's Just Here by Georgie Wright Sure, being online might lead to our demise. But for now--and especially on stage at The O2--it might be the most beautiful thing. The Roaring Crowdfund The Roaring Crowdfund, Episode 1: The History of Online Music Crowdfunding by Pat Healy Ride shotgun through the history of crowdfunding with those who made that history, including Mark Kelly from Marillion, Ted Leo, Molly Neuman from Kickstarter, Jayce Varden from PledgeMusic, Brian Camelio from ArtistShare, John Trigonis from Indiegogo, and more! Quartz From Pavarotti to prisoners of war, the surprising relationship between opera and war by Sean McFate "I’ve raised small armies in Africa, conducted arms deals in Eastern Europe, and prevented genocides before they could occur. My job is an adrenaline rush, but something else makes my heart beat: opera." Garage Magazine In Joni Mitchell's Self-Portraits, She Finally Makes Her Own Image by Janique Vigier The singer’s self-portraits are a revelation in how she sees herself. and i'm gettin' those clothes clean Rolling Stone R. Kelly Hasn’t Really Been ‘Dropped’ By Anyone in Music by Amy X. Wang The controversial singer is no longer represented by his label or publisher, but both events have escalated his money and influence. Slate Will #MeToo Face the Music? by Mike Pesca and Jessica Hopper R. Kelly may be going down, but veteran critic Jessica Hopper sees a long road ahead for the music industry. Variety Oscar Music Surprises: No Dolly Parton or ‘First Man,’ but Terence Blanchard, Gillian Welch Bust In by Jon Burlingame Tuesday's Oscar music nominations produced some of the day's biggest surprises (yes to Gillian Welch, no to Justin Hurwitz), inevitabilities (Diane Warren is in, like clockwork) and near-inevitabilities that still produced a sigh of relief (Terence Blanchard, un-snubbed at last). Music Industry Blog Making Free Pay by Mark Mulligan Although the free skew of the web is being rebalanced, most consumers still will not pay. This means ad-supported strategies are going to play a growing role in the digital economy. But set against the backdrop of growing consumer privacy concerns, we will see data become a new battle ground. Tape Op Teri Landi: Leaving No Stone Unturned by Richard Barone As you walk into the offices of ABKCO Music & Records on New York's Fifth Avenue, you're immediately aware that you are entering the center of a rock 'n' roll universe. Teri Landi, the company's Grammy-award winning chief audio engineer, is responsible for keeping this precious, historic library alive and vibrant. SoundGirls.org The Double Glazed Glass Ceiling by Ainjel Emme The Producer of the Year, Non-Classical category was established by the Recording Academy in 1974 to honor those who “present consistently outstanding creativity in the area of record production.” 267 individual Grammy nominations have been made since the category’s inception. 7 of these 267 nominations were presented to women. To date, none have taken home the trophy. MusicAlly Downtown Music boss: 'Music is everywhere… Music licensing tries to keep up' by Eamonn Forde From songwriters suing streaming services to big-bucks catalogue acquisitions, the music-publishing world has made plenty of headlines in recent years. NPR Music Different Ways To See And Be: The Lives Of Joseph Jarman And Alvin Fielder by Howard Mandel The deaths of two foundational members of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians, a forward-thinking Chicago jazz collective, offers a chance to reflect on its evolving impact. NME The Cranberries on their final album: 'It's like a little gift Dolores left behind' by Elizabeth Aubrey The Cranberries discuss their final album, 'In The End' and how they completed the work Dolores started following her untimely death. British GQ Kurt Cobain's sunglasses taught a whole generation of kids how to be cool by Jonathan Heaf They went from a tool to hide his hedonistic, tortured lifestyle to a style affectation we all wanted to own. MUSIC OF THE DAY YouTube "Girl" Maren Morris “REDEF is dedicated to my mother, who nurtured and encouraged my interest in everything and slightly regrets the day she taught me to always ask ‘why?’”
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