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Mocked and publicly shamed, parents in admissions scandal now face a judge

Mocked and publicly shamed, parents in admissions scandal now face a judge
  • Mocked and publicly shamed, parents in admissions scandal now face a judge FWC: Mocked and publicly shamed, parents in admissions scandal now face a judge

    They have been the objects of rage, mockery and countless articles. Some have already lost jobs. But in the coming days, many of the parents in the college admissions scandal will enter a courtroom in Boston to face criminal charges. And in doing so, the public will begin to see how they respond…

  • Our live Emmy chats let award contenders go beyond ‘for your consideration’ ads FWC: Our live Emmy chats let award contenders go beyond ‘for your consideration’ ads

    Television’s big awards night isn’t until the fall, but why wait till then to catch up with the Emmy season’s hottest contenders and your favorite actors? The Envelope invites them all to visit The Times’ video studio for exclusive interviews about their current projects, life in Hollywood and…

  • First Listen: Salvatore Ganacci offers up high-octane serving of ‘Cake’ alongside Big Beat compilation announcement FWC: First Listen: Salvatore Ganacci offers up high-octane serving of ‘Cake’ alongside Big Beat compilation announcement

    For those who have witnessed one of Bosnian-born/Swedish Salvatore Ganacci‘s off-the-wall live sets, it turns out the DJ-producer brings the same energy to the studio as he does booty poppin’ behind the decks. His latest single, the ferociously tempo-ed “Cake,” with Anjunadeep veteran, Megatone, arrives on the back of a larger animal and source of fervent anticipation: the mysterious compilation…

  • DallasK and Nicky Romero enlist XYLØ for calming new single, ‘Sometimes’ FWC: DallasK and Nicky Romero enlist XYLØ for calming new single, ‘Sometimes’

    DallasK and Nicky Romero have made new names for themselves in recent years by producing pop-electronic crossover songs while still creating hard-hitting tracks perfected for live performances. The two producers join their production capabilities for “Sometimes,” featuring vocalist XYLØ. A bouncing backdrop with an underlying bassline builds around the moving vocals, delivering effortlessly groovy heat to the dance floor. The overall undeniably catchy atmosphere of…

  • AMIGO THE DEVIL On Serial Killers, Writing New Music, Going From Metal To Folk, His Fans and Much More FWC: AMIGO THE DEVIL On Serial Killers, Writing New Music, Going From Metal To Folk, His Fans and Much More

    Getting deep with the man who dug the deepest! The post AMIGO THE DEVIL On Serial Killers, Writing New Music, Going From Metal To Folk, His Fans and Much More appeared first on Metal Injection.

  • Take A Look At The New DIO Hologram FWC: Take A Look At The New DIO Hologram

    It’s certainly a Dio hologram. The post Take A Look At The New DIO Hologram appeared first on Metal Injection.

  • Seven Lions Teams Up With Kill The Noise For Latest Collaboration “The Blood” FWC: Seven Lions Teams Up With Kill The Noise For Latest Collaboration “The Blood”

    In the past, Seven Lions and Kill The Noise have proven to be a winning combination. Previously teaming up on singles “Cold Hearted” and “Horizon,” Seven Lions and Kill The Noise are back and once again combining their energy on another explosive collaboration. Opening with a driving house intro filled with lush melodies, their latest single “The Blood” quickly transitions…

  • Dexter’s Beat Laboratory Vol. 84 FWC: Dexter’s Beat Laboratory Vol. 84

    Dexter’s Beat Laboratory is a weekly collection of songs from DA managing editor Robyn Dexter. With a taste that can only be described as eclectic — to say nothing of a name that lends itself to punnery — DA is happy to present a selection of tracks personally curated by Dexter for your listening pleasure. Listen in playlist format here. Liquicity‘s Reflections – Part One is…

  • Ed Buck waited 15 minutes to call 911 before man died in his home, coroner's report says FWC: Ed Buck waited 15 minutes to call 911 before man died in his home, coroner’s report says

    The second man to die in the West Hollywood home of Democratic donor and activist Ed Buck was unresponsive for at least 15 minutes before anyone called 911, according to the man’s autopsy report. The Los Angeles County coroner’s report, which was obtained by The Times on Friday, says Timothy Dean,…

  • Lil Uzi Vert Returns With Unexpected Track, “Free Uzi” FWC: Lil Uzi Vert Returns With Unexpected Track, “Free Uzi”

    No-one saw this coming, yet Lil Uzi Vert is back from his short hiatus. The rapper (real name Symere Woods) announced his indefinite retirement from music back in January 2019 due to label complications, yet he just released a track out of the blue. Titled “Free Uzi”, the banger can only be found on SoundCloud and Tidal right now, and…

  • Check out and enjoy the ride: ‘The Beach Bum’ riffs on classic stoner films FWC: Check out and enjoy the ride: ‘The Beach Bum’ riffs on classic stoner films

    Six years after “Spring Breakers,” Harmony Korine is back with a new film, “The Beach Bum,” out now in theaters. The wildly creative filmmaker and fine artist is a teller of modern-day tall tales, something of a cross between a burnout Mark Twain and an Andy Warhol of the Florida Keys. Korine talks…

  • FWC: KARNIVOOL Is “Many, Many Months” Into Working On A New Record

    They’re also touring Australia. The post KARNIVOOL Is “Many, Many Months” Into Working On A New Record appeared first on Metal Injection.