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Nigel Godrich’s Ultraísta Return With New Album and Song: Listen

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Ultraísta—the trio of vocalist/producer Laura Bettinson, multi-instrumentalist/producer Nigel Godrich, and drummer/producer Joey Waronker—are coming back with their second studio LP. Sister, the follow-up to the band’s 2012 self-titled debut, is out on March 13 (via Partisan).

Ultraísta have also shared the album’s opener “Tin King,” along with its self-directed music video. Find the visual, which has an epilepsy warning for its strobe lighting, below.

Sister was born from some of the band’s improv sessions in London and Los Angeles. “Three days of jamming might create two years of work,” Nigel Godrich said in a statement. “It’s like building a space shuttle out of matchsticks. It takes ages just to finish a wing, and you’re really proud of it, but then you go off and do something else for a while before you come back to tackle the next piece.”

Godrich also explained, “With the first record, we weren’t focused on making it overly musical,” adding, “We were building off grooves, pulling influences from Dadaism, and trying to make some sort of modernist manifesto. This time, we wanted to make a record that was more than just an art piece.”

Sister:

01 Tin King
02 Harmony
03 Anybody
04 Save It ’Til Later
05 Ordinary Boy
06 Mariella
07 Water in My Veins
08 Bumblebees
09 The Moon and Mercury



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Eminem’s ‘Darkness’ Video Recreates Las Vegas Shooting: Video – Hollywood Life

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The visuals in Eminem’s surprise new video for ‘Darkness’ are absolutely haunting, as the rapper unexpectedly reenacts the tragic Las Vegas shooting to advocate for gun control.

Eminem surprised fans with a new album, Music to Be Murdered By, on Jan. 17, and along with the record, he also dropped a music video for the song, “Darkness.” The song and video start out as the story of a man who is slowly losing control, and turning to alcohol and pills to help numb the pain. The subject of the song is seemingly in a hotel room before taking the stage at a show, and his anxiety is creeping in as he notices that there aren’t as many people in the crowd as he expected. However, it isn’t long before the story takes a tragic turn.

It turns out that the person who’s telling the story in the song isn’t the performer at the show. Rather, it’s from the point of view of Stephen Paddock — the man who opened fire on the Route 91 Music Festival from the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Oct. 2017, killing 59 people and injuring dozens more. “I’m already sweatin’ but I’m locked and loaded,” Eminem raps. “For rapid fire, spittin’ for all the concert-goers, scopes or sniper vision, surprise from out of nowhere, as I slide the clip in from inside the hotel.”

As if the lyrics weren’t chilling enough, the video is even more haunting. The footage literally shows a man picking up an assault rifle, then firing dozens of shots out the window. When he sees the cops coming down the hall, he picks up a gun and shoots himself. The song’s lyrics also conclude with, “If you’d like to know the reason why I did this, you’ll never find a motive, truth is, I have no idea, I am just as stumped, no signs of mental illness, just tryin’ to show ya the reason why we’re so f***ed, cause by the time it’s over, won’t make the slightest difference.” It’s a powerful message, reminding listeners that we still don’t have answers for the motive behind the tragic shooting in Las Vegas.

At the end of the video, more clips play from other mass shootings around the United States. It ends with this message: “When will this end? When enough people care. Register to vote at Vote.gov. Make your voice heard and help change gun laws in America. For information on how you can help please visit eminem.com/darkness.”



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Best Coast Enlist Vanderpump Rules Stars for New Video: Watch

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Best Coast have shared a new song, “Everything Has Changed,” and an accompanying video starring Vanderpump Rules cast members. Watch the Ryan Baxley-directed video, which stars Beth Cosentino as a grouchy gameshow host, below.

In a press release, Cosentino describes the origins of “Everything Has Changed” and new album Always Tomorrow: “After we finished the album cycle for California Nights, something terrifying happened to me. I felt creatively paralyzed. I couldn’t write music. There was so much bubbling inside of me, so many things happening, so much to process, but I couldn’t get any of it out. I was miserable and felt like nothing was ever going to change. One day, I locked myself in my closet and I forced myself to write, and out came “Everything Has Changed.” The song was like a vision of life I wished I was living; ultimately, that song was prophetic—describing the life I would soon be living.

Out February 21, Always Tomorrow also features the previously released “For the First Time.”



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