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Victory was close, but my eternal struggle against nightmare Super Mario Maker level designer Dan Ry

Victory was close, but my eternal struggle against nightmare Super Mario Maker level designer Dan Ryckert continues. I’m still angry. If you want to be angry, too, you can try to “play” Spikeshoe Plains (6E3C-0000-008D-C11F). The full archive is here, and I’ll be livestreaming an attempt to finish it later today. Read more...

Boldy James ft. Peechie Green – Trouble in the Neighborhood

Remember those troublemakers Will Smith referenced in the opening theme for The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air? Yeah, that was Peechie and Boldy. Listen below. Produced by Geno XO Previously: Bully Boys (Boldy James, Fast Lane & Redi Rock) – Golden Empire

Caleb Logan Batayley’s Memorial Service Streamed Online, Thousands Tune In To Mourn YouTube Star

YouTube star Caleb Logan Bratayley died suddenly last week and Tuesday evening fans, friends and family mourned the teen’s loss together. The family decided to make the memorial service available to fans via a live stream online and it seems that supporters embraced the opportunity to join the family in saying goodbye. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: An animated 12-step program for virtually all cinematic heroes

Stories about heroes are basically all alike. It doesn’t really matter when or where they take place or even if the characters have supernatural abilities or not. The same basic stuff is going to happen every single time. Columbia-educated...Show More Summary

Listen to a Pensive Track With ’80s Flourishes From The National’s Matt Berninger

When The National lead singer Matt Berninger and Menomena instrumentalist Brent Knopf announced their collaboration under the name EL VY, my colleague Forrest Wickman speculated that the project was an outlet for Berninger’s lighter side. Show More Summary

Kurt Vile, Waxahatchee & Luke Roberts played Webster Hall (setlist), do it again tonight

by Andrew Sacher photo: Kurt Vile at Webster Hall - 10/6/15 (via BV Instagram) Kurt Vile's on the road in support of his new album b'lieve i'm goin down..., and he and the Violators began a sold-out two-night run at...

A-List Bad Cops Do the Dirty in Violent 'Triple 9' Red Band Trailer

The streets are sexy, dirty, scary, brutal, and did we mention sexy (that's for you, Norman Reedus) in the new red band trailer for "Triple 9." The code "Triple 9" is used for an officer down. This heist movie, directed by John Hillcoat...Show More Summary

More hints drop regarding Tekken 7's console future

Every so often Bandai Namco drops hints as to the timeline of Tekken 7 on consoles. I mean, we know it's happening, but we don't have a window or full confirmation yet. Antoher hint dropped at Madrid Games Week, where marketing director...Show More Summary

How This Glam Rock OG Became the Weeknd’s Video Muse

Image via InstagramWhen Grant Singer made "Dayzed Inn Daydreamz", his third video for Ariel Pink’s album Pom Pom, the director relegated the singer to a cameo and gave the lead role to Rick Wilder. Shockingly thin, hair dyed marmalade orange, and a hoop through his right nostril, Wilder is an arresting figure. Show More Summary

Premiere: Tiger Hatchery with Paul Flaherty - “Morning Light”

Chicago-born trio Tiger Hatchery have been alchemizing noise shred strategies into free-jazz improv sessions and searing faces in both basement DIY zones and higher profile engagements alike for the better part of a decade now. I would...Show More Summary

10 Unlikely Halloween Costumes Based On Recent Movies

This year's list of unique but unlikely Halloween costumes includes ideas based on Inside Out, Avengers: Age of Ultron and Jurassic World.

Massive Attack announce European tour ahead of new music, ignore memos about trip-hop’s mortality

Meme-conforming hipsters who were into Massive Attack before it was cool can expel an egotistic half-sigh/half-scoff knowing that the Bristol outfit’s inimitable album Mezzanine will probably never be replicated, despite founder Robert ‘3D’ Del Naja’s best attempts alongside an almost literal queue of guest vocalists. Show More Summary

[TV Review] “iZombie” Episode 2.01: ‘Grumpy Old Liv’

After last year’s game-changer of a finale, it was unclear how iZombie was going to move forward. Now that the second season of the CW’s fantastic series has premiered, it’s all becoming clear now. “Grumpy Old Liv” wasn’t the best episode iZombie has put out since its series premiere back in March, but it set up a lot […]

Black Ops III has the most people interested according to a Nielsen survey

The more things change, the more they stay the same. Of all the video games releasing this holiday season, Call of Duty is poised to be the most successful. Stop me if you think you've heard this one before. This conclusion was formed as a result of a survey performed by Nielsen N.V. Show More Summary

Justin Bieber Gets New Tattoo Of ‘Purpose’ Album Title, States Obvious About One Direction

It’s been a while, but Justin Bieber has a new tattoo. The superstar now has “Purpose,” the name of his highly anticipated new album tattooed just above his abs. The 21-year-old shared a photo of the black colored inking on Tuesday to his Instagram page. Show More Summary

Sam Smith Tops The Charts With Haunting New Theme Song For James Bond ‘Spectre’

The world finally heard the much hyped Sam Smith’s James Bond theme song, “Writing’s on the Wall,” on September 25 and it came as a surprise to listeners who were expecting the typical Smith sound. But the haunting lyrics, coupled by his ethereal voice and the orchestra, were a strangely effective combination and the song... Show More Summary

Jay Leno Subs For Jimmy Fallon In Surprise 'Tonight Show' Return

When a late-night host suffers an injury in the middle of a monologue, who do you call?  If you're "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon, you turn to your predecessor: Jay Leno.  Fallon faked a hamstring injury at the top of the monologue...Show More Summary

Jay Leno Subs For Jimmy Fallon In Surprise 'Tonight Show' Return

When a late-night host suffers an injury in the middle of a monologue, who do you call? If you're "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon, you turn to your predecessor: Jay Leno. Fallon faked a hamstring injury at the top of the monologue and asked if someone could "tag in" for him. Show More Summary

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