Grado Labs in South Brooklyn has been hand-building headphones and other audio gear since 1953. Since 1953, the Grado family has been making headphones and phonograph cartridges by hand in a South Brooklyn brownstone converted into a factory, which they've owned for nearly a century. Show More Summary
Will Butler Interview: The Arcade Fire Sideman On His Debut Solo LP, Slapstick And Learning Spike Jonze's Language
The minds behind Girl Skateboards (Mike Carroll, Rick Howard, Megan Baltimore, and Spike Jonze) have decided that now is a good time to do a little work with other people’s money. In this case private equity firm Altamont Capital’s money, according to a Kailee Bradstreet story on Transworld Business. “Our conversation with Altamont began last […]
Next week, our friends at Noise Pop kick of the 16th year of their independent music, art, and culture festival in San Francisco, and this year's Noise Pop Film line-up is far fucking out. Read the rest
Between the Björk-heavy soundtrack and the Spike Jonze photographs of celebs like Drew Barrymore and Chloë Sevigny on the walls, nostalgia was at an all-time high during Opening Ceremony’s presentation last night. Kids star Rosario Dawson couldn’t help but wax nostalgic while contemplating Jonze’s photos of skateboarders. “I grew up around... More »
“I think anybody who falls in love is a freak. It’s a crazy thing to do. It’s kind of like a form of socially acceptable insanity,” says Amy Adams’ Amy to Joaquin Phoenix’s Theodore in Spike Jonze’s … Read More
People like to make fun of Kanye West. He has a very strong personality, and it seems like he wants everything he touches to be a certified Big Deal, which gets on some people’s nerves. But, in all honesty, it’s a bit tough to thinkShow More Summary
For a man whose music videos are generally pretty opulent and artsy, Kanye West’s “Only One” is shockingly simple. Director Spike Jonze (best known for films like “Being John Malkovich” and “Her”) returned to his musical roots to helm the video that heavily features North West, the 19-month-old daughter of West and Kim Kardashian. The […]
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Looks like the West household survived the L.L. Bean boot-shortage panic — the one that claimed Keri Russell the other day — just fine. In the Spike Jonze–directed, home-video-style clip for Kanye's "Only One," he and his daughter are sporting perfect winter looks. Kanye has a nice hoodie-and-jacket combo going, but we're... More »
Kanye went on 'Ellen' to show the clip and explained what he was going through during 'Yeezus.'
The short clip was directed by Spike Jonze
Directed by Spike Jonze, co-starring North. Kanye talks to Ellen after the jump about Kim, their daughter, his erratic behavior over the years that earned him his Adidas deal and mentions the album is still untitled.
There shouldn’t be a stigma about having someone else drive the machine.
The directors Chris Milk and Spike Jonze, in partnership with Vice News, have created an eight-minute virtual-reality experience that catapults audiences into the center of the Millions March protest in New York in December.
John Malkovich has played his share of refined psychopaths on screen, though perhaps his most famous role to date was a meta-version of himself in the 1999 Spike Jonze movie "Being John Malkovich."
2007: Josh Ritter - "The Temptation of Adam" by Joe Hemmerling on 01-13-2015 In her brilliant and incisive review of Her, fellow TMTer/drinking buddy Lorian Long takes Spike Jonze to task for dressing up a technocratic nightmare as some kind of futuristic Annie Hall. Show More Summary
On stage at Vice magazine's 20th anniversary party Friday night, Jonah Hill rapped Drake's "Marvins Room" with guitar accompaniment from director Spike Jonze but he "hated every second of it." "Spike asked me to do it," Hill told Vulture afterwards. "It was like a bucket list thing... I'll never do that... More »
KK Barrett is an academy award-nominated production designer, best known for his collaboration on movies made by Spike Jonze and Sofia Coppola.
As incredibly bizarre and unique as Spike Jonze's Being John Malkovich is, the reality is that it was almost much, much weirder. Details about the conclusion of an earlier script have come to light online, and to call it fascinatingShow More Summary