Similar to Juliana Huxtable and Boychild, SWAN MEAT (a.k.a. Reba Beauchamp) maintains an intriguing and seamless cross-over appeal from fine-art and literature to music.
NFL WIFE SASHA GATES TACKLES THE MUSIC INDUSTRY As the E! hit show WAGS is set to return for their second season Sunday, we wanted to share some exciting news from one of the show’s stars Sasha Gates. Gates
Future’s New Song “Juice” Sounds Like He’s Taking Shots At Ciara And Russell Wilson Yesterday, DJ Esco released his Project E.T. mixtape which was hosted by America’s favorite drug user, Future. One song in particular that is likely...
Ryan shares stories of fatherhood while the rest of the gang recovers from one of the most action-packed E3s yet! Plenty of new game talk, from Abzû to Zero Time Dilemma and everything in between. Plus, as always, a peek at next week's new releases. Enjoy the show!
E3 has come and gone, marking a show of firsts for Shacknews. This week, with the summer doldrums starting to set in, the crew is going to sit down to a long chat about our experiences from the show floor. Our favorite press conferences,...Show More Summary
Our Xbox show analyzes everything from Xbox's E3, from Project Scorpio to the Xbox One S to Sea of Thieves and much more.
There is a lot to cover on this week’s episode of GeekScholars Movie News—everything from sequels, to reboots, to biographies of disgraced figure skaters. The show begins with Script Doctor where the hosts shared their thoughts on Helen...Show More Summary
These days the one genre that rules the box office consistently are animated family films (even more than super hero flicks). John Cohen came from projects like ICE AGE and DESPICABLE ME to convert the smash phone game, ANGRY BIRDS, into an even bigger movie hit. He talks about that journey plus his love for […]
Joe Temperley, who died in May at age 86, was a Scottish baritone saxophonist and occasional soprano saxophonist. As a teen, he played in Scotland's Tommy Sampson Orchestra and joined Humphrey Lyttelton's band in London in 1957. In 1965, he... Related Stories Joe Temperley: Easy to Remember
On the TFT Podcast we listen to and discuss the Meghan Trainor album “Thank You.” Episode 216: Tumblr Feminism: Share If You Agree originally appeared on Overthinking It, the site subjecting the popular culture to a level of scrutiny it probably doesn't deserve. [Latest Posts | Podcast (iTunes Link)]
David, Devindra, and Jeff discuss the problematic ramifications of the world of Finding Dory, remember their favorite roles of Anton Yelchin, and run down some of the most exciting reveals of this year’s E3. Be sure to read Amy Nicholson’s review of Finding Dory as well as the one thing that bothered David about the film. Show More Summary
“Music is supposed to have an effect,” the afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti once said. “If you’re playing music and people don’t feel something, you’re not doing shit. That’s what African music is about. When you hear something, you must move. I want to move people to dance, but also to think. Music wants to dictate […]
Screaming Females - "Foul Mouth (Live)" Every year I have an existential crisis in the week leading up to my birthday. This year it weirdly took the form of listening to all the Fugazi records on shuffle as I...
The Growlers call the strange mix of garage, psychedelic, and surf rock that they make “Beach Goth.” The term started from a combination of the surf sound on The Growler‘s 2010 Hot Tropics EP and the dark themes (like poverty, death and addiction) that singer Brooks Nielsen tends to sing about. But soon for the […]
In this episode of “A Cast of Kings,” Joanna and David discuss the ninth episode of the sixth season of Game of Thrones, “Battle of the Bastards.” Thanks to Adam Wells from the Beyond The Shield podcast for his help in putting this ep together. Show More Summary
If trumpeter Clifford Brown had a musical doppelgänger, it would probably be Blue Mitchell. Like Brown, Mitchell had a forceful, fleshy trumpet tone and a lyrical sophistication on runs and improvisation. There was a bouncy beauty and grace to Mitchell's...
In case you missed our special live episode at E3 with Xbox creator Seamus Blackley, here it is!
Afropunk Festival recently announced that M.I.A. would headline its inaugural London festival, taking place September 24 at Alexander Palace. The announcement was met with considerable backlash due to comments M.I.A. made in April about the Black Lives Matter movement. Show More Summary
The Tragically Hip - "In Sarnia" First, and most importantly: this song is very, very beautiful. It sounds like a dream of being underwater, or it sounds like one of the top five most wistful summer nights of your life....