Hot 97 radio show host Peter Rosenberg is feeling a certain type way. The hip-hop personality has stepped forward to talk about receiving an unexpected call from rap star Drake about critiquing his recently released “God’s Plan” video. During an “Ebro In The Morning” segment, Rosenberg dished on Drake getting at him for publicly revealing […]

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8-year-old Cherish Perrywinkle died a brutal death after her mom was lured to Walmart in June 2013. 61-year-old Donald James Smith had promised to buy Perrywinkle’s family food and clothing if they would agree to meet his wife at the Jacksonville location. People reports, “Cherish’s mother, Rayne Perrywinkle, initially declined to go with Smith, but […]

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Sports Illustrated revealed their 2018 Swimsuit Issue on Tuesday, February 13, and let’s just say they got it right. Compton’s Danielle Herrington is not only the third black woman (after Tyra Banks and Beyoncé Knowles) to grace the cover the highly coveted issue, it’s her first-ever cover period. More photos below, plus a little background on […]

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THE DARK, DARK CITY my purse is full of secrets i want to kiss you, but not near the subway entrance my fingertips press hard red the sides of your plastic glasses google heart attack symptoms my eyelids never open no, i don’t think fugitives don’t need to see at night. * THE FIRST GHOST […]

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Blume’s Blooms by Alyssa Blume at Art Bra New Haven Until this morning I was only aware of one arts project that helps fund research, testing and treatment for breast cancer patients. The organization is called Keep A Breast. They are a national nonprofit that has become very well-known in the alternative and indie rock […]

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Record Store Day is almost here. To mark its approach, Fourculture is spotlighting the unique culture at three remarkable independent record stores, the plans each has for Record Store Day on April 19, 2014, and the music that brought us all together. [hr color=”black” width=”100″ border_width=”50″ ] This Saturday is the seventh annual Record Store […]

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Another year in The Jupiter Room draws to a close and we are leaving 2017 in style, wheel-spinning down the drive and spraying pebbles into the Koi pond with a brilliant mix from Paul Davies, a musical polymath with more strings than a Venusian harp. Nobody ‘gets’ The Jupiter Room quite like Paul and he […]

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So how about that American presidential election? Yeah. Not the most benign conversation opener, that one. And while I know many people around the world are waiting for the cameras to come out of the shadows and tell us we’ve been punked, I’m just going to rip the band-aid off and say it out loud: […]

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Starting with the end of post-colonialist whitewashed consumerist eco-nightmarish Christ-mass itself. I have way too much to say about this transvestite of a celebration to fit in here, so let me just ask you: why is baby Jesus, born in the Middle East, white? Why is Santa white (with a red coat), and how come […]

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  I am driving early morning. All the weather news the previous night had been about the oncoming storm about to hit the UK. (For all our international readers that translates as strong wind).  The feeling in the air was that it had been and gone, the half-light giving way to a lighter and less […]

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November’s show features a guest mix from electronic producer Kieran Mahon who turns in an atmospheric, minimal and drone-heavy mix. His use of space, samples and shadowy soundscapes creates an immersive and ambient trip. Kieran‘s own compositions are built with textural layers of sound reminiscent of 1970’s Tangerine Dream evoking the haunted and bewitching dream-weaving of […]

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This month The Jupiter Room welcomes Stephen James Buckley aka Polypores into the mix and he has served up an amazing mix of drone, ambience, hauntology and noise. However, this is no ordinary mix, it’s a journey, an experience like following one continual track that winds and wends its way into the dark forest of […]

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Tomorrow morning, Seattle psych/garage rock band Low Hums will release their new album Night Magic Wine on Union Zero. Today, we’ve been privileged with a sneak peek of the album, which can be streamed below. The 10-song effort was produced by the legendary Jack Endino, who was most notably behind the boards for Nirvana’s Bleach […]

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With pop culture, sports, entertainment and hip-hop making up the majority social media, SOHH talks to personalities from all fields to get takes on anything and everything in “5 W’s With …” Adult film stars and models Brett Rossi and Whitney Wright join a special edition “5 W’s With …” convo to talk about everything […]

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New York rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine is out here clearing the air. The hip-hop rookie has stepped forward to address his crew’s alleged involvement in a Minnesota shootout. A clip has surfaced Tek going at his haters and reminding them he’ll never have anyone physically attack him. Early Saturday (February 3) morning, an alleged altercation and […]

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The Spice Girls, made up Victoria Beckham, Mel B, Geri Horner, Emma Bunton and Mel C, have been the stuff legend since they launched on the pop scene in 1996 with their hit single Wannabe. Now as the fabulous five look set to return to the recording studio for some new music, a lot people are […]

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R&B singer Chris Brown is letting the music speak for him. Chris Breezy has released his response to President Donald Trump with his new “State the Union” single. Chris Breezy went to Instagram Wednesday (January 31) morning to announce his song’s release. The must-hear release focuses on his personal struggles and overcoming any hurdles life […]

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