Scholars have attempted to crack the code to the perfect sandwich for millennia – in the end, it was Jake the Dog who finally achieved the zenith of ‘wichcraft. Can Jake’s glowing dream sandwich be realized outside the cartoon realm,...Show More Summary
As with feminism, we’re seeing a serious issue commodified by the music industry while major government action remains pretty much non-existent.
This week’s top 10 could’ve pretty much exclusively been the new Alltimers clip, the new GX1000, and Free ‘s “Marseille with Jarne, Jacopo and Kai” video, but we mixed it up for some variety. Also oddly a big week for body varials ¯\_(?)_/¯ Have a good one everybody, even though it looks like the rain […]
Think Eminem is homophobic? Elton John isn’t having it. The singer sat down with Beats 1’s Zane Lowe to talk about his 70th birthday and reflected on moments from his career, including his 2001 Grammys performance of “Stan” with Eminem. Show More Summary
It’s worth noting that new “Smurfs” movie managed to recruit Julia Roberts for a voice role. Julia Roberts! With that digression aside, The Huffington Post and parent company AOL have a joint exclusive clip from “Smurfs: The Lost Village,” in which the little blue critters try to find an uncharted land before the evil wizard Gargamel does. Show More Summary
2D, Murdoc, Noodle and Russel find themselves in a mind-bending haunted house in the 360º music video (that’s inside a 360º music video) for Saturnz Barz, a single from Gorillaz’ upcoming album Humanz, which drops 4/28/17.
Charles McCraryHow can scholars of American religion incorporate police and policing into our narratives? I have been kicking around this question for a while, and I have a few very preliminary ideas and suggestions. In recent years the field of American religious studies has continued to expand the purview of what counts as data. Show More Summary
The Washington political scene is looking less like The Apprentice and more and more like the old Marlon Perkins Wild Kingdom show, with giant crocodiles slithering down the muddy banks to encircle Donald Trump paddling fecklessly in his leaky dugout... The post The Swamp Drains Trump was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
In 1948, Moses Asch founded the incredibly influential Folkways Records label to record and share music and sounds from around the world. Along with bringing the music of Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger, Lead Belly, and Elizabeth Cotten to...Show More Summary
Read our interview with author David E. Gelke, and enjoy an exclusive book excerpt about Noise's infamous dealings with Celtic Frost
The future is coming on, is coming on, is coming on... in VR. Gorillaz have a new album dropping on April 28, and they've taken to Google's nascent VR platform to promote it. Partnering with Google Spotlight Stories, the new truly weird...Show More Summary
The AHCA — better understood as the GOP’s watered-down-like-an-Applebee’s-cocktail version of Obamacare — has produced the worst kind of political silliness from the Republican Party. Not only is the bill unserious, despite the factShow More Summary
(PG-13) Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is a comedy drama starring Frances McDormand as a mother who is frustrated with the lack of progress in her daughter’s murder case. She puts up three billboards to rile things up. Directed by Martin McDonagh (In Bruges).
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Yesterday evening, everyone's favorite non-vocaloid animated band Gorillaz dropped an announcement that had fans swirling in a bit of excitement: they've got a new album on the way.
For much of 2014, Tiffany Koehler had a nasty cough she couldn’t seem to shake. Consumed by a grueling Republican primary campaign for a seat in the Wisconsin state legislature, she chalked it up to fatigue from the race. But after a series of tests in 2015, Koehler learned the real cause: stage four non-Hodgkins…
After spending much of last year locked-away recording new material, Derbyshire-raised Walrus favourite Tom Bright today releases his latest single Not The Life She Planned, and he was kind enough to give us the premier. Tom Bright – Not The Life She Planned (premier) was originally published on The Blue Walrus.
Martin called it a “twist” in their story.
I was nine years old in the summer of 1974, when President Richard Nixon resigned. My 24-year-old sister made me watch, recognizing the historic nature of that extraordinary moment. I don’t remember much, except the multi-colored shag...Show More Summary