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Thinking and playing - My encounter with violinist Eric Silberger

18 hours agoMusic / Classical : Planet Hugill

Multi-layered Pagannini Caprices, playing in a volcano and writing modern baroque music, all this and Mozart with the Philharmonia Orchestra. My encounter with violinist Eric Silberger. The young American violinist Eric Silberger has just made his debut with the Philharmonia Orchestra (18,19 April 2015) performing Mozart's Violin Concerto No. Show More Summary

Staff Picks and Good Shit for the Week of April 24

tfw the molly kicks in Yo, when was the last time you watched this Céline Dion video? Like really watched it? We’ve been playing it non-stop here. Shit is t-i-i-i-ght. Like, who are those dusty dudes? Why is that umbrella so damn big? Why does this woman just float away? Who knows, man. Show More Summary

Scarborough's Superwoman Shows You How to Make it on the Internet

Photo courtesy of Lilly Singh. Scarborough-native and YouTube celebrity, Superwoman a.k.a. Lilly Singh just released a music video for "IVIVI," a grimy tribute to the 416 with famed rapper Humble the Poet over a thumbi -infused dancehall beat produced by Sikh Knowledge. Show More Summary

‘Nightingale’ Trailer: David Oyelowo Loses Control in One-Man Show

The solo show must be both one of the most appealing and among the most frightening prospects for an actor. David Oyelowo gets a chance to totally own the screen in HBO’s Nightingale, in which the actor plays a war veteran whose psyche is falling apart. Show More Summary

My Parents Play - Mario Kart 8's New DLC (footage of ALL new tracks)

Again, my apologies for this video going up later than the usual time. Upload issues kept me from posting it as the End of Day thought for last night. I appreciate your patience, though! With Mario Kart 8 getting 8 new tracks yesterday, I thought it was only right for my parents to hop in and check them all out! It's Mom Vs. Show More Summary

blink-182's Mark Hoppus working on the new PAWS album

by Andrew Sacher photo: PAWS at CMJ 2014 (more by Chris La Putt) There's a known mutual admiration between blink-182 and a handful of indie rock bands. Best Coast and Colleen Green have covered them. DIIV talked about learning their...

Grey’s Anatomy’s McDreamy Deserved More Than This

This article originally appeared in Vulture. RIP, George O’Malley, who died after heroically jumping in front of a bus; Denny Duquette, who died after a heart transplant; Lexie Grey and Mark “McSteamy” Sloan, who both died in a plane crash. Show More Summary

Indie Spotlight: ‘Anamnesis’ Is A Striking, Tense Psychological Thriller

Making a sci-fi thriller web series on an independently-funded budget is no easy task. To realize a project that excites genre fans requires a deft combination of filmmaking skills, storytelling ability, and diligent editing. It's a tricky combination to execute, but Anamnesis pulls it off. Show More Summary

VOTD: What If ‘Man of Steel’ Was in Color?

Seems like everyone has a strong opinion about Zack Snyder‘s Man of Steel, and technology allows some to express them more vividly than others. The film’s color palette, seemingly crafted to make the film sit alongside Christopher Nolan’s...Show More Summary

Demi Lovato Shares Her Thoughts On The Kylie Jenner Lip Challenge, Admits She Tried It

Demi Lovato recently revealed that she has tried the Kylie Jenner lip challenge, but she probably won’t ever attempt it again — Demi’s failed lip plumping experiment left her with an appreciation for the natural size of her perfectly-proportioned pout. Show More Summary

Gacha – “Let Me Love You” & “Waterfalls” (Feat. TBA)

Berlin producer Gacha’s pearly, electronic comedowns are soothing above all. In advance of releasing his debut full-length Send Two Sunsets, we premiered the title track, and now he’s shared two others. “Let Me Love You” is not a Ne-Yo cover, but a lingering command that’s far more meditative than demanding. On “Waterfalls,” he’s once again […]

National Geographic Turns To Auto-Tune Artist To Promote Hubble Documentary

On April 24th, 2015, the Hubble Space Telescope turned 25, and in order to celebrate its birthday, National Geographic premiered a special called Hubble's Cosmic Journey. The hour-long TV special, which is narrated by astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson, first arrived on the National Geographic Channel on April 15th. Show More Summary

Unifier Festival in Tolland, Massachusetts

When like-minded individuals gather together for the sake of unity, anything is possible. Ideas are forged, relationships are born, bonds are strengthened, and the world changes. With so many festivals these days, it becomes difficult to discern which ones are for profit, which ones are for change, which ones are unique and which ones just are. Show More Summary

‘Barely Lethal’ Trailer: Maybe Espionage Is Easier Than High School

Barely Lethal appears to fuse the high school movie with the actions sequences from an espionage thriller. Hailee Steinfeld is the orphaned and highly trained operative who escapes life as an agent in order to experience “normal” teen life. Show More Summary

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