Here Are The Songs That Soundtracked Coogi Cardigans And Pill Shelving (probably).
London-raised Nigerian singer, songwriter, and producer Oyinda is set to drop her Restless Minds EP this summer. She makes slow-simmering excursions with her piercing vocal gauze settling above. The lead single, “Never Enough,” was a sultry, slow-churning romp, and her latest offering, “Flatline,” continues down that path. Show More Summary
Chaotic LA punks FIDLAR have shared a cover of the Beastie Boys’ 1994 Ill Communication track “Sabotage” as a dedication to Adam “MCA” Yauch, who passed away four years ago yesterday. Listen and compare to the original below.
Thinly plotted, indifferently paced, often distracted, filmed against white walls or through drizzle on drab sidewalks, Jean-Luc Godard’s 1964 film Band Of Outsiders is a movie held together by attitude; its title has long since become a byword for all things timelessly and effortlessly hip and offbeat. Show More Summary
We know, you never thought the day would come when the guy who made sweet, simulated love to his workshop would need your help in the seductive arts. But that’s precisely what Magic Mike (XXL) star Channing Tatum is asking for with the news that he’s launching a live version of the films in Las Vegas next year. Show More Summary
When you have a crazy neighbor, things can get ugly. There can be passive-aggressive notes, loud music that never seems to turn off, and outrageous requests. And now there is an Instagram account dedicated to chronicling all the madness. The...Show More Summary
Today on In Case You Missed It: Google's 3D painting app, Tiltbrush, has been used to make some beautiful things; a robotics company is gamifying trash sorting in a pilot program; and a 3D copier will let you make a double of any dang...Show More Summary
Over two decades ago, Robin Dunbar came up with what is now appropriately known as Dunbar’s Number: “a suggested cognitive limit to the number of people with whom one can maintain stable social relationships.” It ranges from the small...Show More Summary
When Falco is bringing back frightening memories of Skeksis chowing down at dinner or sucking the life out of little cabbage patch kids, you know it's legit. These Star Fox puppets man, they're so good! And Nintendo is getting as much...Show More Summary
For many people, their introduction to J-horror was the Sam Raimi-produced 2004 flick The Grudge, which was directed by Takashi Shimizu, the creator of the original Ju-On series that the remake was based on. Here they met Sadako and Toshio, two very eerie ghosts who have some serious bags under their eyes and are in […]
The Neon Gold-signed, Sydney-based band deliver their sparky anthem for long distance relationships and in doing so remind us of the existence of wonky pop.
Clever use of weapons, spells and items makes the impossible possible.
This article originally appeared in Vulture. Spoilers ahead for the most recent episode of Game of Thrones, as well as A Song of Ice and Fire. We knew Ramsay was beyond despicable. We’ve known him to flay men who surrendered to him, hunt down women with his dogs, torture and castrate Theon, and rape Sansa. Show More Summary
During this week's episode of "The Best Show," Tom Scharpling received a call from his friend Kurt Vile. (Scharpling directed Vile's "KV Crimes" video.) The two of them discussed a recent Neil Young concert they both saw in Nashville. Show More Summary
Steve Albini may be best known to many as a prolific recording engineer and producer, having worked with such hallowed acts as Nirvana, Cheap Trick, PJ Harvey, The Stooges, The Breeders, and more. But he’s had an impact as a musician, too, through his participation in such bands as Big Black and the minimalist rock trio Shellac. Show More Summary
"I’ve been thinking lately, I’m not sure why, about my earlier novels, and I’m quite surprised how little I recall of them. I don’t know whether it’s liberating or worrying." The post The Novel Still Exists: The Millions Interviews Don DeLillo appeared first on The Millions.
Bless 'em for trying, but the retro inspired mini-games 20th Century Fox cooked up to promote X-Men: Apocalypse are pretty damn terrible. Tenuously tied to the film as a throwback to the '80s when the movie is set, Retro X: Arcade is a set of three classic titles with a vaguely mutant spin. Show More Summary
Many female pop singers who were young adults in the mid-1960s ran into career trouble. Most had come up in the late 1950s with their hearts set on becoming traditional pop singers and had dreams of being signed by Capitol... ...
In a series of primetime specials (beginning with 1977’s The Magic Of ABC), illusionist David Copperfield wowed television audiences with close-up crowd work, a levitating automobile, and a disappearing airplane. But that was pulling rabbits out of hats compared to the stunt Copperfield staged for CBS on April 8, 1983. Show More Summary
What if Gladiator had Iron Man in the lead role instead? What does President Ellis think about The Avengers leading up to Captain America: Civil War? When does Batman: The Killing Joke hit Blu-ray and Digital HD? What are the latestShow More Summary