Up to nine inches of precipitation is possible in the region over the next seven days. And then the snow will melt.
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. -- Jordan Spieth had a performance that matched the magnificent views -- finally -- at Pebble Beach on Saturday. Dallas' Spieth took only 10 putts on the back nine, closed with a pitch that checked up inches from...Show More Summary
talented guitarist Eric Calderone who’s also known as “331Erock” added his own heavy metal guitar track to a recording of “Head Like a Hole”, the classic industrial anthem by the great Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails. So I have a ton of stuff in the works ;) I’ve been a NIN fan since middle […]
When Daft Punk's debut album, Homework -- which celebrates its 20th anniversary tomorrow -- was new, I hated it. I had a standard joke about it: It was the opening thump-click drumbeats from Nine Inch Nails' "Closer" repeated over and over again for 78 minutes. Which is to say: It was house music. And I'd…
Today's show features songs by Frank Ocean, Nine Inch Nails, Tame Impalla, Spoon, Alt J, Angel Olsen, Belle & Sebastian, A Tribe Called Quest, Solange, Mitski, Cherry Glazerr, and lots more. Continue reading…
Nine Inch Nails members create haunting music for film about Boston Marathon bombing.
“I see a lot of people making... made to please, vegan restaurant patron-type shit.”
While Trent Reznor just released a new Nine Inch Nails record, he's also staying very busy in the soundtrack world with his scoring partner Atticus Ross. Reznor and Ross composed the music for new drama Patriots Day which stars Mark Wahlberg... Continue reading…
Trent Reznor and newly official Nine Inch Nails bandmate Atticus Ross are scoring a new Ken Burns’ documentary about the Vietnam War, The New York Times reports. The 10-part, 18-hour documentary (called The Vietnam War) premieres in September on PBS. Show More Summary
In Hear This, The A.V. Club writers sing the praises of songs they know well. This week, we’re picking songs from 2016 that we discovered too late in the year to include on our year-end ballots. Nine Inch Nails, “The Idea Of You” (2016)...Show More Summary
Nine Inch Nails, Frank Ocean, and A Tribe Called Quest are among the acts set to play Panorama, New York’s answer to Coachella. The festival, which takes place on Randall’s Island at the end of July, unveiled its lineup today. In addition...Show More Summary
Coachella is already giving you Beyoncé, and now its East Coast sister festival will give you, well, another Knowles sister. The Panorama Music Festival lineup is here and it's stacked: Frank Ocean, Tame Impala, and Nine Inch Nails (!) are your headliners, and they'll each seemingly be joined by co-headliners. ... More »
A Tribe Called Quest, Tyler, The Creator, Tame Impala, Angel Olsen, and more will perform as well.
Nine Inch Nails, A Tribe Called Quest, Tame Impala, and more are also on the bill for the festival, which takes place July 28 through July 30 at Randall’s Island Park.
Frank Ocean, A Tribe Called Quest, Tame Impala, MGMT, Spoon, and Belle & Sebastian also make up impressive 2017 lineup.
Music fans looking forward to the second Panorama Festival have plenty to celebrate today: the fest's 2017 lineup has just been announced, and it's impressive. Nine Inch Nails, Frank Ocean, Tame Impala, and local hip-hop legends A Tribe Called Quest top the bill, with support from Alt-J, Solange, Justice, Nick Murphy (aka Chet Faker), MGMT, and Spoon. Damn! [ more › ]
Panorama has announced the lineup for its second annual festival. The three-day event takes place at Randall’s Island Park in New York from Friday, July 28 to Sunday, July 30. Headlining the festival are Frank Ocean, Solange, Tame Impala, alt-J, Nine Inch Nails, and A Tribe Called Quest. Show More Summary
Panorama returns to New York City’s Randall’s Island Park for its second installment this summer, featuring performances from Nine Inch Nails, Frank Ocean, Tame Impala, A Tribe Called Quest, alt-J, Solange, Justice, Nick Murphy, MGMT and...Show More Summary
Nine Inch Nails “Burning Bright (Field on Fire)” Trent Reznor approaches record formats like a painter – some works are large canvasses, others are diptychs or murals, and a few here and there are miniatures. Not the Actual Events is in the latter category along with Broken and the first How to Destroy Angels EP. […]