New Music From The Inbox: Chvrches, Haarm, Harrison Lipton, and more!
Artist: Harrison Lipton
This simplistic, dreamy track and its smooth, blissful vocals will make you feel like you are floating in the clouds. Listen:
Album: Death Lust
This song is a wall of heavy guitars and drums with just enough windows of melodic sunlight coming through to make it shine in it’s darkness. Big drums and an anthemic chorus make this new Chvrches song sound like an instant hit. Watch/Listen:
Artist: Jill Barber
Song: Girl’s Gotta Do
Girl’s Gotta Do is a fun, dark, rhythmic blues-rock song with a bold chorus that is sure to stick in your head and keep you dancing all day long. Watch/listen:
Song: Box of Bones
Surprisingly this is not at all a heavy metal song, which is good if you want to hear some dark, kaleidoscopic alt rock that overflows with infectious energy (however, bad if you were hoping for heavy metal). Artist: Chvrches
Album: Love Is Dead
This euphoric alt-pop has a towering energy that can’t be ignored. Watch/Listen:
Fans are encouraged to download an app to their phones and then to look through them at a 100-foot LED screen during the show to see…something. U2 is dabbling in augmented reality technology for the Songs of Experience tour. Here’s what fans in at the tour opener in Tulsa last night.when U2 made their entrance. (Via Larry)
What did their AR app deliver? U2’s Songs of Experience Tour started last night in Tulsa.
And make sure you until the very end because that’s the best part, Spiderman. It’s typical Celine Dion, but wait until about the 1:30 mark. (That will make sense when you see it.)
Celine Dion just released a single and video from the Deadpool 2 soundtrack that comes with a Deadpool twist at the end.
Best change your Twitter password. Here’s why.
More like DefCon 4, which is reassuring. So not DefCon 1. You can change your Twitter password anytime by going to the password settings page. You can read more at Twitter’s page here. Out of an abundance of caution, we ask that you consider changing your password on all services where you’ve used this password. It’s just a hassle having to change your password on all your devices. But better safe than sorry, I guess. But the company has uncovered a bug that could leave the platform’s 330 million users exposed. Relax. From Twitter:
When you set a password for your Twitter account, we use technology that masks it so no one at the company can see it. We have fixed the bug, and our investigation shows no indication of breach or misuse by anyone. There hasn’t been any kind of data breach. We recently identified a bug that stored passwords unmasked in an internal log.