Former Beastie Boy Adam Horowitz, better known as Ad-Rock, is no longer the brash, livewire punk he once was. The New York Times recently ran a short profile of the musician, and he seems to have segued into a nice middle-age groove that includes running a local softball league and acting in Noah Baumbach’s latest film, While We’re Young. Show More Summary
Adam "Ad Rock" Horovitz, who has gotten back into acting with a role in comedy While We're Young, is the latest participant in Rookie Mag's "Ask a Grown Man" advice video series, where grown men answer questions on love...
Beastie Boys MC talks first kisses, adolescent insecurities, and more in new Q&A for Rookie.
Rookie has a recurring feature called Ask a Grown Man, where adult men answer questions from teenage girls. Run the Jewels, Thom Yorke, Stephen Malkmus, Vampire Weekend, TV on the Radio's Tunde Adebimpe, and others have previously given their two cents. Show More Summary
At the Garden of Laughs comedy benefit at Madison Square Garden on Saturday night, all Adam “Ad-Rock” Horovitz wanted to discuss was his specialty sandwich for Num Pang (not his role in Noah Baumbach's While We’re Young). “The sandwich story is better!” he quipped. Show More Summary
by Jazmine Hughes Are the Beastie Boys done? "We're done. Oh yeah. Adam Yauch started the band. It's not like a thing where we could continue without him." Never contemplated it? "No." Does that require a psychological adjustment? The band that you were in your entire life no longer exists. "It's a huge deal. Show More Summary
Young people, take note. This is how you should behave when you're old and grey.
Anyone who watched The Muppets knows Gonzo was a bit of a weirdo. But in this video from mashup artist Mylo the Cat (yes, the very same YouTuber that made the Muppets “rap” the Beastie Boys), Gonzo’s freak flag flies higher than ever...Show More Summary
Did you know that Led Zeppelin has significant street credentials in rap? All eyes have been on Led Zeppelin over the last weekend of February as the band celebrated their 40th year of the release of their hit album Physical Graffiti. Show More Summary
Horovitz discusses early days of Beastie Boys and his role in Noah Baumbach's new film While We're Young.
Adam Horovitz, aka Beastie Boys' Ad-Rock, stars in Noah Baumbach's new film While We're Young. He stopped by "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" to talk about the movie, but mostly, he stared into the studio monitors and talked about his appearance. Show More Summary
Because you are not offended by Lena Dunham's writing, check out today's end-of-day links: RIP Beastie Boys, Deadpool unveiled, new Del Boca Vista, pee questions, Star Trek TV rumors, ultra-Orthodox defectors, and Iron Throne made of carrots. Show More Summary
(All times Eastern)Nick and Hank partner up to investigate a one-night stand that ended in murder while Captain Renard turns to Monroe and Rosalee for help dealing with recurring episodes of phantom bleeding on “Grimm” (NBC at 8 p.m.).Read full article >>
Ad-Rock stated that there are "hours and hours" of unreleased Beastie Boys music, and that he and Mike-D are working on a memoir.
Beastie Boys win decisive ruling against TufAmerica, Perfect 10 ordered to pay Giganews legal fees and U.S. court orders Kim Dotcom assets seized.
It seemed obvious, but it’s officially official now: Beastie Boys are done. The group’s Adam Horovitz told GQ that since the late Adam Yauch started the group, the remaining two members (understandably) decided they couldn’t continue without him. Show More Summary
"Adam Yauch started the band. It's not like a thing where we could continue without him."
The Beastie Boys join Jay Z on the recent list of musicians to defeat copyright trolls TufAmerica in court.
Hey, the Beastie Boys won another court case! Last year, a court ruled that the makers of Monster Energy Drink would have to pay the group $1.7 million for unauthorized use of their music. And now, the Beasties are being let off for unauthorized use of other people’s music. The label TufAmerica, which struck a […]
In interviews with The Daily Beast and GQ, Adam Horovitz, aka Ad-Rock, has confirmed the Beastie Boys are indeed done making music following the 2012 death of Adam "MCA" Yauch. "Adam started the band, so it’s done," Horovitz told The Daily Beast. Show More Summary