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Just a week after releasing "The One That Got Away," The Civil Wars just posted a behind-the-scenes video the track.
The Fox TV Studios/AMC Studios-produced show was picked up in April and is the network's first sci-fi production.
Levine, who began his career as a screenwriter and playwright, now returns to his writing roots after a time of immersing himself in the videogame realm.
E3 is a trade show for press and the games industry. Why doesn't it feel that way?
Many note Katie Stelmanis’ voice when talking about Austra, and rightfully so, but to say it is “classically trained” is an undersell-and-a-half.
Laundry gone wild.
Overseas is a collaboration between David Bazan, Will Johnson and Matt and Bubba Kadane.
Rarely is literature as breathtakingly lyrical and searing in its imagery as Southern Cross the Dog, a novel by Bill Cheng.
"You get what you pay for, and sometimes it's bad." So sings Stephen Kellogg on his seventh solo album, during the shiny folk-rock waltz of "The Best." As it turns out, he's very much right.
Chameleonic U.K. power-poppers Spectrals—the duo of brothers Louis and Will Jones—shed the slings and arrows siblinghood might present and focus on crafting some of the most heartfelt melodic pop since Big Star on their new LP, Sob Story.
You'll have to wait until 2014.
Dagger Beach can, at times, feel a little out there—even for John Vanderslice.
When Roky Erickson sang "I Walked With A Zombie" on his 1981 album with the Aliens, The Evil One, the drawling croak of the Texas psych-rock hero gave the impression of a man in recovery. He’d had his B-movie horror moment but gotten out alive. Show More Summary
Back to Forever was recorded at a studio in downtown Los Angeles and features guest vocals from Catherine and Allison Pierce of the Pierces and Barbara Gruska of The Belle Brigade.
Seth Green seems an unlikely source for an academic discussion of the proliferation of modern tabloid journalism. But considering he began acting at age six and counts Macaulay Culkin as one of his closest friends, he has an unusually solid vantage point.
"This Life" is less jaunty than "Better Days," and it boasts a full gospel choir, strong soulful overtones and Ebert's haunting vocals. Full of feeling, the frontman's powerful voice shifts from boisterous shouting to a descent someplace deeper, with Ebert sounding ragged, almost as if on the verge of tears.
After directing and producing six feature films in the last three years, the actor/poet/author/director/musician/artist/student/teacher has launched a Flexible Funding campaign to produce three new films this fall.
'Prometheus 2' Might Have Found its Writer
Artist Mike Boon has filled one of the gaps in modern science with his extensive Periodic Table of the Muppets":Periodic Table of the Muppets.
Local Natives debuted their brand new video for the track "You & I" from their second full-length album Hummingbird today. The concept for the video was written by the members of the band and was directed by Daniel Portrait with Kamp Grizzly.