MF Doom and Ghostface Killah Will Debut Songs From Their Album at III Points Festival

In Dec. of 2014, Ghostface Killah took part in Reddit’s popular “Ask Me Anything” series and said that the long-awaited DOOMSTARKS collaboration album was coming in 2015. Since that announcement, fans have heard little-to-no news about the project and absolutely no music. That will change at Miami’s III Points Festival in October when Ghostface and MF Doom will take the stage and perform new music for the first time. The… Read more »

MusicThinkTank Weekly Recap: Festival Gadgets, Selling Merch and More

This week, we explored the challenges of independent music. From festival worthy gadgets to selling merch after the show, we got you covered this week on MusicThinkTank.com. Amy Sciarretto | The 3 Biggest Delusions Musicians STILL Have About The Music Industry Adam Bernard | 9 Secrets From Indie Artists For…

D’Angelo Says Hip-Hop Artists Need to Make Music About Social Change

D’Angelo’s Black Messiah project, his first album in 15 years, was inspired by the current state of race relations in the United States. With the amount of high-profile police brutality and racially motivated cases in the United States, including the horrific shooting that took place at a black church in Charleston, South Carolina that took place earlier this week, D’Angelo felt it was time for him to add his voice to… Read more »

8 million mummified animals, mostly dogs, in catacombs at Egypt site – CNN


The Independent

8 million mummified animals, mostly dogs, in catacombs at Egypt site
CNN
(CNN) For centuries, dogs have been humans' loyal, domesticated companions. They've been wild animals, doing what's needed to survive. And in ancient Egypt, they served as bridges to the afterlife, with the hope that they'd intercede with the god Anubis …
Researchers Uncover an Ancient Mass Grave of 8 Million Mummified Dogs in BizTek Mojo


8 million dog mummies found in Egyptian temple of god of deathNorthern Californian
Study: Grave of 8 million mummified dogs unearthed in EgyptAmmon News

all 18 news articles »

Symmetry restored: How moon jellyfish repair the loss of a limb – Christian Science Monitor


Christian Science Monitor

Symmetry restored: How moon jellyfish repair the loss of a limb
Christian Science Monitor
Moon jellyfish rearrange their bodies when a limb is lost. This "symmetrization" is a never-before-seen method of self-repair, and one that probably helps jellies stay alive in the wild. By Stephanie Pappas, Livescience.com June 20, 2015. Save for later Saved.
Moon Jellyfish Can Rearrange Limbs When InjuredDispatch Times


Moon jellyfish can rearrange its limbs when a limb is lostBenchmark Reporter
Moon Jellyfish Can Rearrange Limbs When Injured And May Inspire Self Tech Times
Covered Globe –Northern Californian –Wall Street Hedge
all 30 news articles »

Google Buys Agawi, May Soon Let You Try Apps Without Installation – NDTV


Computerworld

Google Buys Agawi, May Soon Let You Try Apps Without Installation
NDTV
Google has acquired an app streaming startup named Agawi. The company is said to have been silently acquired last year, and now Google has confirmed the buyout after reports hit the Web. Agawi's technology lets users easily preview apps or games by …
10 Google Apps features that you probably didn't knowITProPortal


THE APP MAN: Google has big plans for 2015 and beyondPress-Enterprise
Google further embraces custom Android with standalone clock appEngadget
SlashGear
all 254 news articles »

Album Review | Top of the World | Anna & Elizabeth – Anna & Elizabeth

Words by Nathaniel Handy The hills are alive with the sound of young old-time music Like a long-lost Coen Brothers soundtrack, this album opens to the old-time sounds of the Southern cotton fields. Drenched in biblical imagery, this mostly traditional collection of 16 tracks highlights the talents of fiddler, guitarist and banjo player Anna Roberts-Gevalt […]

Mighty No 9 Had its Preview at E3 – Beacon Transcript


Beacon Transcript

Mighty No 9 Had its Preview at E3
Beacon Transcript
Gamers all over the world, unite and take over the E3 event, where mighty and entertaining things happen, to the enthusiasm of all game lovers. The E3 still unfolds with surprises, as the PSU team offers us live coverage with a sneak peek to an upcoming …
'Mega Man' creator says Japanese publishers need to 'wake up'Engadget



all 21 news articles »

6 ways the summer solstice used to be celebrated around the world – Irish Examiner


Rapid News Network

6 ways the summer solstice used to be celebrated around the world
Irish Examiner
The summer solstice used to mean a lot to ancient cultures, and still does in some places. It falls on June 21 every year, and is officially the longest day of the year. It also marks the beginning of summer. Back when we had more connection to the seasons, …
Ten things you need to know about the summer solsticePortsmouth News


Summer solstice 2015: What to do on the longest day of the year?Manchester Evening News

all 69 news articles »