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Newswire: Watch Adele, Jimmy Fallon, and The Roots play “Hello” on classroom instruments

Proving once again that she is goddamn charming, goddammit, Adele joined Jimmy Fallon and The Roots last night to perform a version of her hit single, “Hello,” on classroom instruments. In the video, below, the gang packs into an office...Show More Summary

Watch Adele Do “Hello” Classroom Instrument-Style With Jimmy Fallon and the Roots

One of Late Night’s most consistently great recurring bits is its classroom instrument covers—everyone from Mariah Carey to the cast of Sesame Street have transformed their pop hits into infectious, stripped down musical treats. It was...Show More Summary

Review: I Think I've Been Traumatized By 'The Good Dinosaur'

14 hours agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

We're in award season now, which means I'm required to face a barrage of movies that are full of depressing elements, from forbidden romances, to child soldiers, kidnapping and rape, child molestation cover-ups, murder and revenge. Which fine. It's something...

Video: "Katy Caterpillar" - Key Wilde and Mr. Clarke

Amidst the rush and noise of the holiday season from Thanksgiving onward, I encourage families to come back to this video from Key Wilde and Mr. Clarke. It's for "Katy Caterpillar," a gentle Beatlesque lullaby, and while I'm pretty sure...Show More Summary

Discogs celebrates 15 years by sharing user data

Discogs came into the TMT offices last week popping bottles of Boone’s Farm like no tomorrow, shouting, “Fifteen years, y’all dick fingers!” We didn’t appreciate being called dick fingers at the time, but in all fairness, our fingers do look like dicks. Show More Summary

Jane the Virgin’s Radically Frank Depiction of Early Motherhood

This article originally appeared on Vulture. Jane the Virgin is not short of critical accolades; its first season was lauded for how sharp the writing is, for Gina Rodriguez’s stellar performance as Jane, and for how grounded its characters are in spite of the series’s humorous hyper-reality. Show More Summary

Adele’s ’25’ Album Is ‘The Double-Rainbow With The Unicorn At The End’

Back in 2000, boy band NSYNC became one of the most successful breakthrough artists in the history of pop music when its album No Strings Attached was first released and sold close to 2.5 million copies on its first week. Fifteen years later, Adele has officially surpassed their record. Show More Summary

2016 Dave Mason-Journey-Doobie Brothers Tour To Kick Off In California At Irvine Meadows Amphitheater On May 12

American rock legends Journey and the Doobie Brothers have announced the confirmed dates for a combined tour in press releases on their respective websites. The bands announced that the tour will be named “San Francisco Fest 2016” and that Dave Mason will join them as a special guest. Show More Summary

Music Review: DJ Paypal - Sold Out

Before his tragic death in 2014, it seemed likely that DJ Rashad was destined to become the "face" of footwork. Even though he came up at a time when many other juke DJs were getting similar exposure, even when he was appearing side-by-side with these artists on comps or in collabs, there was something about his work in particular that got people talking.

Xbox 360 at 10: Gaming's golden age

We called it method gaming, though really it was just a new way of arsing about. The success of Sony's PlayStation may have been built upon it piggy-backing on the counter-culture cool of the mid-90s, but I could only pretend to understand...Show More Summary

‘Jessica Jones’ Tackles Rape And Domestic Violence — Not Your Typical Superhero Series

The first season of the highly-anticipated Marvel-Netflix series Jessica Jones finally aired on Friday, to the delight of many expectant fans. All 13 episodes were released to numerous rave reviews from both critics and fans alike. Much press had been given to the show, including the characters, cast, and possible plots. Show More Summary

Music Review: DJ Paypal - Sold Out

DJ Paypal Sold Out [Brainfeeder; 2015] by Adam Devlin Rating: Before his tragic death in 2014, it seemed likely that DJ Rashad was destined to become the “face” of footwork. Even though he came up at a time when many other juke DJs were...Show More Summary

Gerry Mulligan: Bern, 1990

23 hours agoMusic / Jazz : JazzWax

At the Bern Jazz Festival in Switzerland in 1990, Gerry Mulligan gave one of his finest late-career performances. He was mighty, full of ideas and backed by superb musicians—pianist Bill Charlap, bassist Dean Johnson and drummer David Ratajczak. Here's their...       Related Stories Interview: Bill Charlap Bob Whitlock (1931-2015)  

Amazon Pulls Nazi Subway Ads For ‘The Man In The High Castle’ In NYC After Complaints

Amazon had to pull some rather controversial ads for The Man in the High Castle on the New York City subway after complaints sparked a huge backlash. Nazi and Japanese Imperial symbols do not, apparently, go down well with travelers....Show More Summary

Video Reading Series Thanksgiving Edition: Five Emerging Houston Poets You Should Know About

In the time that I have lived here, since the late 1990s, Houston has become quite the poetry town. There is so much poetry of so much diversity from so many different kinds of poets coming out pretty much every day that one can hardly...Show More Summary

Legit or not, these Star Wars Battlefront mod screenies are gorgeous

Star Wars Battlefront takes on something of the aesthetic of the original trilogy in a new graphics mod. Modder Martin Bergman is back with another Toddyhancer suite, this time for Star Wars Battlefront. The mod looks almost photo-realistic in stills, but the creator admits it cuts frame rate by as much as 40fps, which means […]

I/O: A Documentary About the World of Electronic Music

I/O Official Teaser from Reverse Media on Vimeo. Electronic music has long since been a debated genre of music. For those who live within its pulsating, body-moving lifestyle, it is an important aspect of the counter-culture experience. Show More Summary

‘Barbershop 3’ Trailer: Michael Ealy Absence Confuses, Upsets Fans

The first trailer for Barbershop 3: The Next Cut debuted Tuesday – and actor Michael Ealy is not in it! Released online by Warner Bros Pictures, the two-minute clip features quite a few familiar faces from the first two Barbershop films – including Ice Cube, Cedric the Entertainer, Eve, Anthony Anderson and Queen Latifah. Show More Summary

Creed Is Good

It was weird news, a couple of years ago, to learn that Ryan Coogler would helm a Rocky spin-off focusing on the son of Apollo Creed. Coogler made a name for himself with his impressive feature debut Fruitvale Station, a self-assured...Show More Summary

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