The 10th Anniversary staging of Le Guess Who? promises to be quite the festival.
Clarie Randall Student Keivy Cannon at the University of South Carolina's #2020Vision walkout this past November. Photo by Madison McDonald, The Daily Gamecock. This student-written article is published in partnership with Generation Progress. “So we’re really doing this.” It was both a question and an answer that had been decided days earlier. Show More Summary
She, Samantha Montgomery, is a 39-year-old who works a 9-5 at a nursing home in a rough section of New Orleans. On her own time, she takes on the persona of Princess Shaw, a singer/songwriter who posts a cappella performances of her songs on her YouTube channel. Show More Summary
Brad Sams, a blogger concentrated on all things Microsoft, teased big console reveals coming in the future. Now Sams is getting into specifics: per his YouTube livestream titled The Sams Report, the company will unveil a slimmer Xbox...Show More Summary
Taken from the band's upcoming third LP, Double Vanity.
While McCoy Tyner is known far and wide for his indelible influence on jazz piano, his contribution to the genre would still be staggering if he had decided to throw in the towel in 1965, after leaving John Coltrane’s quartet. However,...Show More Summary
I'M JUST SAYIN', cast these people instead. (But, uh, maybe ignore some of the ethnicity variation between siblings. In this version of Westeros everyone's super cool with adoption.) Arya Stark - Amandla Stenberg Jon Snow - John Cho Ned Stark...
We took a cruise around the world; we learned the hard way to never get off the boat, and that paradise comes in a can. Oh, and that the Weather Channel knows how to throw a good party. And now, here I am. Central America isn’t smiling but the dolphins are. Show More Summary
Last year, the young Tennessee singer-songwriter Julien Baker ripped our collective heart out with Sprained Ankle, her debut album. She’s been touring hard behind it, and during a recent tour stop in Brussels, she played a solo cover of Jawbreaker’s “Accident Prone.” That song originally appeared on 1995’s Dear You, Jawbreaker’s one and only major-label […]
This is the story of a Tori-nator and a concert.
Jay Z did a thing.
A stay in Haiti with Richard Morse.
"I consider myself timeless, and the type of music that I play when I DJ and also create in the studio is timeless music."
We caught up with legendary grime MC Kano, who responded to some of the YouTube comments on the video for "3 Wheel-Ups (feat. Giggs)."
I invented a fictional band, got a hair cut, armed myself with CDs, and went to the buzziest new music festival in Britain to find out if the music industry still works.
Is it blasphemous that Chance's contributions were left off 'The Life of Pablo'?
Hila and Ethan Klein, the couple behind the popular YouTube channel h3h3productions, which frequently posts comic reaction videos about other YouTube stars, announced today they are being sued for copyright infringement in what could...Show More Summary
cut & paste Marya Jones Cut & Paste is a column highlighting zines and small press publications. Last year, I was asked to write about the first time I attended a music event that inspired me to make music, it was for a zine that documented the fifth-annual Gatas y Vatas women’s music fest. Show More Summary
Eva Recinos Chef Rick Bayless has built a career on being the authority on "authentic" Mexican cooking. Photo by Ben Collins-Sussman. We explored this topic—in part—because a Bitch reader asked us to look into it. See what others are...Show More Summary
This article was originally published on xoJane. The first video game console (I use the term loosely) my family ever owned was a VTech Video Painter -- a form of electronic entertainment so forgotten it doesn't even have its own Wikipedia page, but, damn, that thing was wonderful. Show More Summary