There’s the possibility parts of it were true and parts of it were not. He was tweeting about some of the things you were pulling from, but it may not have been one unified piece of performance art.Looking at it now, in retrospect, there were parts that probably made sense and there were parts that I was probably reaching too much on. I was basically trying to do emoji encryption, I know it was ridiculous [Laughs]. It was far-reaching, and I never lost sight of that, that it was an off-the-wall, crazy theory. I never thought every single thing made sense, but I was pretty sure that I was right about it. Looking back on it now I can see that it could be a mix. … [Read more...] about Kanye’s New Album Is Out. So, How About That Performance Art Theory?
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The slinky, slow-burning track finds Spears deciding between two versions of herself to present to a possible suitor. “Look in the mirror, who do I see?/Who do I wanna be today?” she purrs over Mustard’s sparse, electro-tinged beat. “My love is a mood ring, up and down emotions, all these mood swings,” she sings. … [Read more...] about Britney Spears Releases ‘Mood Ring,’ Her First ‘New’ Song in Four Years
Are you still trying to make the greatest Pearl Jam record ever? the best record. It’s about getting to the next level of communication, or just trying to crack a code into some higher plane of playing music. Because when we’re making a record, I’m more of a listener than a player. That whole time, you’re staying in this weird, objective place, like you’re writing from a hot-air balloon, looking at the landscape and trying to zero in. You’re trying to create a giant crop circle, and that’s the mystery behind it. Like, how would you make that if you were on the ground? … [Read more...] about Q&A: Eddie Vedder on Pearl Jam’s New LP and Hate-Watching the VMAs
“The title is a bit tongue-in-cheek, with reference to a seminal album that largely influenced this band cut against the strange reality that we’ve all found ourselves living these last few month,” Wystrach said in a statement. “It was medicinal to pick these songs back up and re-interpret them in a new way, both recording-wise and in the arrangements and colorings.” … [Read more...] about Midland Strip Down ‘Drinkin’ Problem,’ ‘Fourteen Gears’ for New Acoustic EP
Plus, Nigel Dick, who directed the video for the title track (as well as the “…Baby One More Time” video, among others) shares his memories of working with Spears, including why he thinks his objection to one of her outfits on the set of the “Oops” video led to the end of their collaborations. … [Read more...] about Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of ‘Oops!… I Did It Again’ on Our New Podcast