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ScHoolboy Q drops new single “CrasH”: Stream

This Friday, ScHoolboy Q will return with his latest album, CrasH Talk , via Top Dawg Entertainment. In anticipation, he’s unveiled one final preview track. “CrasH” comes on the heels of previously revealed offerings “Numb Numb Juice” featuring Tyler, the Creator and “CHopstix” featuring Travis Scott. While these past two singles sported

TV Review: Cobra Kai Season Two Shows How Anyone Can Be The Hero, Not Just The Karate Kid

It’s a Cruel Summer: Picking up exactly where Season One left off, ex-Special Forces/former sensei John Kreese (Martin Kove) returns to Cobra Kai, cigar and all, in an effort to make amends with Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka). However, to quote another ’80s property, there’s more than meets the eye, and

Donald Trump met with Twitter’s CEO to complain about losing followers

Anyone who uses Twitter knows that at least 67% of their followers originate from a Russian troll farm and that the platform periodically deletes such spammy users. And yet for Donald Trump, a man whose fragile ego is held together by hairspray, orange bronzer, and artificially inflated numbers, one’s Twitter follower

Travis Scott sued by Three 6 Mafia’s DJ Paul over claims of copyright infringement

Travis Scott is facing a copyright infringement lawsuit from Three 6 Mafia co-founder DJ Paul. According to The Blast, DJ Paul is seeking $20 million in damages over claims that Scott’s Astroworld track “No Bystanders” contains a “cadence and sound” that is ”virtually identical and strikingly similar” to the hook

Film Review: Avengers: Endgame Brings 11 Years of Storytelling to a Satisfying End (And Beginning)

(Editor’s note: If you want to know absolutely nothing about Avengers: Endgame, come back here when you’re done. We totally understand. The review will still be here. Please don’t yell at us for speaking to basic plot details so that this review can exist at all.) The Pitch: Thanos (Josh Brolin) snapped

KeanuCon to immortalize Keanu Reeves with epic film festival

“Cans! They was no baby! It was full of cans!” Get ready to shout that classic Keanu Reeves line and many more with the first-ever KeanuCon. Well, that is, if you live in or around Glasgow, Scotland, or have the means to travel there within the next few days. Set

Leonardo DiCaprio to star in Guillermo Del Toro’s next film

Though he’s earned a reputation for his repeated collaborations with Martin Scorsese, Leo DiCaprio has made a point of working with some of Hollywood’s other auteurs. In recent years, he’s starred in Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby and Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s The Revenant, the latter of which earned him that

James Wan stakes adaptation of Stephen King’s ‘Salem’s Lot

One of Stephen King’s most popular stories to date will finally hit the big screen. According to The Hollywood Reporter, The Conjuring mastermind James Wan and The Nun screenwriter Gary Dauberman have signed on to adapt King’s 1975 vampire epic, ‘Salem’s Lot. Wan will produce, while Dauberman will both pen

Corrosion of Conformity announce summer 2019 North American tour with Crowbar

Corrosion of Conformity are set to spread the sludge this summer on a headlining North American tour that will also feature Crowbar, Lo-Pan, and Quaker City Night Hawks. The tour, dubbed “A Quest To Believe, A Call To The Void II”, kicks off July 26th in Poughkeepsie, New York, and

FKA twigs announces first tour dates in nearly three years [Updated]

FKA twigs is readying her long-awaited return. Next month, the alt-R&B singer will return to the road for her first tour dates in nearly three years. The itinerary begins with two shows each in Los Angeles and New York City. She’ll then head to Europe for shows and festivals gigs

Devin Townsend Talks Empath Album, Spring Tour, and More

Few modern day rock artists have been a part of as many projects — and taken as many stylistic detours — as has Devin Townsend. Case in point, concocting the heaviest of heavy metal with Strapping Young Lad, going country/bluesy with Casualties of Cool, and embracing ambient with the Devin

Mickey Rourke screens spooky new tales by horror titans in trailer for Nightmare Cinema: Watch

A couple years ago, we reported that Cinelou Films was bringing together a number of veteran horror filmmakers for an anthology film called Nightmare Cinema. Well, a new trailer has dropped ahead of its June 21st release on VOD. If you recall, the feature strings together directors Mick Garris (The

Nicolas Cage fiercely covers Prince’s “Purple Rain” at karaoke bar: Watch

What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas — unless you’re Nicolas Cage. As we previously noted, the Mandy star and makeup artist Erika Koike drunkenly exchanged wedding vows during a ceremony in Sin City last month. After just four days, Cage filed annulment papers, saying that he “lacked understanding” and

Deadwood creator David Milch diagnosed with Alzheimer’s

Veteran television writer and producer David Milch has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. The 74-year-old creator of Deadwood and NYPD Blue revealed his ailment in a new interview with Vulture. He discussed how he had a brain scan last year after his friends and relatives began noticing episodes of “imperfect

CHVRCHES announces North American summer tour dates

On the heels of their appearance at Coachella, Scottish outfit CHVRCHES have mapped out a new set of North American summer tour dates. This fresh run of shows goes down throughout the month of July. CHVRCHES are scheduled to visit Kansas City, Toronto, New Haven, and New York, where they’ll

Avengers cast recaps the Marvel Cinematic Universe to “We Didn’t Start the Fire” on Fallon: Watch

We’re just three days away from Avengers: Endgame exploding into cinemas for what is sure to be an emotional, record-shattering conclusion to a decade of Marvel movies. There are all sorts of primers out there to prep for the upcoming final confrontation between our heroes and Thanos, but no one knows

20 Essential Acts to Catch on Tour This Spring and Summer

This article is presented by StubHub Some people plan their summers around beach trips, backyard cookouts, or the minor league baseball season tickets their boss got them instead of a Christmas bonus. Music fans, though? Music fans tend to plan their summers around the myriad tour and festival dates that

Life Is Beautiful announces 2019 lineup: Chance the Rapper, The Black Keys, Billie Eilish to headline

Life is Beautiful will return to Downtown Las Vegas this September 20th-22nd. The seventh incarnation of the festival will close out summer with a massive, impressive lineup, which has today been revealed. Chance the Rapper, The Black Keys, Billie Eilish, Vampire Weekend, Janelle Monaé, Lil Wayne, Carly Rae Jepsen, Maggie

Cro-Mags legal settlement results in two versions of Cro-Mags

You’ll have to make sure you pay close attention the next time you go see hardcore punk veterans Cro-Mags, as there are now two incarnations of the band — thanks to a new legal settlement between classic band members. One version of the band, who’ve been touring as Cro-Mags, will

Duckwrth details new Falling Man EP, shares “Love is Like a Moshpit”: Stream

Last fall, Duckwrth teased a forthcoming EP with the release of two singles, “Fall Back” and the Consequence of Sound-premiered “Soprano”. The rising rapper is back now with more details on the project, in addition to a new song. Titled The Falling Man, the EP is due out May 17th through

Win vinyl reissues of the Galaxy Quest and American Beauty scores

Next month, Real Gone Music will mark the 20th anniversaries of two very different films with a surprising similarity. Both American Beauty and Galaxy Quest were released in 1999, the former an Academy Award-winning critical smash and the latter a quirky sci-fi cult comedy beloved by fans. Though the movies have little

Aftershock festival: Tool, Slipknot, Blink-182, Rob Zombie, Korn, Marilyn Manson lead 2019 lineup

The annual Aftershock Festival has just unveiled its 2019 lineup, and it features heavyweight acts Tool, Slipknot, Blink-182, Rob Zombie, Korn, and Marilyn Manson leading the bill. The event expands to three days this year, taking place October 11th-13th at Discovery State Park in Sacramento, California. Also on the bill

Ty Segall announces 2019 concert residencies in LA, New York, London, Paris, and more

Thanks to a consistently busy release schedule, Ty Segall has established himself as one of the most prolific rockers in the game. Now, the California native has announced a series of concert residencies highlighting his jam-packed catalog. Segall is scheduled to set up shop in five different cities over the

Ride announce new album This Is Not a Safe Place, share chipper single “Future Love”: Stream

Like fellow shoegaze titans My Bloody Valentine and Slowdive, Ride is enjoying that post-reunion life so much that they decided to write more fresh music. The recently reunited UK outfit has today announced a new album, This Is Not a Safe Place. Produced by Erol Alkan and mixed by frequent collaborator

The Flaming Lips and The Claypool Lennon Delirium announce US summer tour

Do you miss that gentle, fawning sound The Flaming Lips nailed with Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots? If so, then you’re in luck. The indie rock staples announced a proper tour in support of King’s Mouth: Music and Songs, their newest album that gets closer to recreating that mid-2000s sound

Sorry racists, Song of the South won’t make the jump to Disney+

A couple weeks ago, Disney announced their entire strategy behind their forthcoming streaming service, Disney+, set to launch on November 12th. In addition to unloading all of their Pixar, Star Wars, and Marvel titles, they also confirmed that they’ll be cleaning out their highly coveted Disney vault, which means all

Flying Lotus shares two new songs “Spontaneous” feat. Little Dragon and “Takashi”: Stream

Flying Lotus is set to return on May 24th with his first album in nearly five years, Flamagra. After announcing the effort with the lead single “Fire Is Coming” featuring David Lynch, FlyLo is sharing another two-track taste of the LP in the form of “Spontaneous” and “Takashi”. Described as a

Mac DeMarco addresses Mitski controversy: “It’s ridiculous. It’s just music.”

Mac DeMarco announced his fourth studio, Here Comes the Cowboy, album last month. While news of a forthcoming LP made headlines, it was the record’s title that perhaps stirred up the most noise, due to its striking similarity to Be the Cowboy, the widely acclaimed 2018 album from Mitski. What’s

Tim Heidecker announces new album, What the Brokenhearted Do…, shares “When I Get Up”: Stream

Tim Heidecker’s recent musical output has mostly presented a darkly comedic take on our current mess of a political climate. After pissing off the right with 2017’sToo Dumb For Suicide: Tim Heidecker’s Trump Songs and Another Year in Hell: Collected Songs from 2018 from earlier this year, the QAnon trolls were

Exit 111: Guns N’ Roses, Deftones, Slayer, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Def Leppard, ZZ Top lead inaugural lineup

Exit 111, a new festival in Manchester, Tennessee, staged on the same grounds as Bonnaroo, has just revealed its inaugural lineup, and it’s packed with dozens of big-name hard rock and metal acts, including Guns N’ Roses, Def Leppard, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Slayer, ZZ Top, Deftones, and many more. The three-day

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Videos

James Blake shares video for Rosalía collaboration “Barefoot in the Park”: Watch

James Blake’s latest full-length, the nearly flawless Assume Form, is a practice in both emotional resonance and powerful collaborative choices. Appearances

Jamila Woods is Catwoman in new “Eartha” music video: Watch

Next month brings the release of the Jamila Woods album, LEGACY! LEGACY!. In the lead-up to the record, the Chicago R&B artist has

The Killers cover James Taylor’s “Carolina in My Mind” on Kimmel: Watch

The Killers served as Jimmy Kimmel’s musical guest on Monday, performing “Land of the Free” live for the first time

Smino parties on the road in new “Z4L” video: Watch

Last week, Smino kicked off his “Hoopti Tour”, which comes in support of sophomore album NØIR. Offering fans a peek into

Robyn parties it up in Ibiza in “Between the Lines” video: Watch

Last summer, Robyn made her grand return to the stage at a small private party in Ibiza. Turns out the

The Killers perform “Land of the Free” live for the first time on Kimmel: Watch

Earlier this year, The Killers released a brand new single called “Land of the Free”. Packaged with a powerful music

Albert Hammond Jr. details the Origins of his new “Fast Times” music video: Watch

Origins is a recurring new music feature that presents artists with the task of delving into the inspirations behind their

Better Oblivion Community Center cover Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s “Shallow”: Watch

Last night, Better Oblivion Community Center continued their inaugural tour with a standout performance at New York City’s Brooklyn Steel. During

Blood Orange reveals star-studded, self-directed video for “Hope”: Watch

Blood Orange is back today with a new music video for “Hope”, one of the countless standout tracks from 2018’s

Billie Eilish performs “when the party’s over” on Ellen: Watch

Billie Eilish was just on Ellen this past October, but plenty has changed in only a few months. Our 2018

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Songs

Operators announce new album, Radiant Dawn, share new track “Faithless”: Stream

Three years after dropping their debut LP, Blue Wave, Operators are back. The trio of Dan Boeckner, Devojka, and Sam

PUP release new album Morbid Stuff: Stream

Canadian punks PUP are back today with their new album, Morbid Stuff. The band’s third full-length overall can be streamed in

Jonas Brothers premiere new song “Cool”: Stream

Jonas Brothers’ musical comeback continues today as the brotherly trio has unveiled another new single. It’s simply called “Cool” and

Sego release new album Sego Sucks: Stream

Don’t let their sophomore album fool you: Sego most certainly do not suck. Would we have really named them our

Lady Lamb gives a Track by Track breakdown of new album Even in the Tremor: Stream

Track by Track is a new music feature in which we offer an artist the chance to dig deep into

BLACKPINK premiere Kill This Love EP: Stream

BLACKPINK have premiered their new EP, Kill This Love. It’s available to stream below via Apple Music or Spotify. Kill

Noname drops new track “Song 32”: Stream

Earlier this year, Noname followed up the release of her masterful sophomore album, Room 25, with the one-off single “Song

ScHoolboy Q and Travis Scott link up for “CHopstix”: Stream

During an appearance on The Tonight Show last month, ScHoolboy Q previewed a new Travis Scott collaboration called “CHopstick”. Now,

Ringworm unleash video for new song, “Acquiesce”: Stream

Veteran metallic hardcore act Ringworm are set to release their new album, Death Becomes My Voice, on May 3rd, via

Marina surprise releases the first half of her new album LOVE+FEAR: Stream

When Marina announced her newest album, LOVE + FEAR, would be “two eight-track collections that form a set”, most listeners

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Movies

Nicolas Winding Refn invades Amazon with Too Old To Die Young: Watch trailer

For the past few years, director Nicolas Winding Refn has kept a fairly low profile in order to put together

Francis Ford Coppola “encouraged” to start production on 30-year-old passion project Megalopolis this year

Since the early 1980s, Francis Ford Coppola has dreamed of making a passion project he’s long called Megalopolis. The sprawling

Filmography: Tim Burton Has Always Found Dreams in Reality

Download | Listen via Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | Google Play | RSS  Our fourth season of Filmography, on the films of genre-blending dreamer

Terminator: Dark Fate offers first look at new characters

Tim Miller’s highly anticipated legacy sequel Terminator: Dark Fate doesn’t return from the future until November 1st. However, Paramount is

The Conjuring 3 gets a 2020 release date

Those hungry for more spooky adventures from Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga) will have to wait a

AMC screening all 22 Marvel movies ahead of Avengers: Endgame for a 60-hour marathon

Nobody should ever doubt a fan’s commitment, and AMC Theaters certainly doesn’t. That’s why they’re outdoing themselves with their forthcoming

Film Review: Lightning Strikes DC’s Movie Heroes Thrice With Shazam!

The Pitch: A rebellious misfit hopping from one foster home to another, young Billy Batson (Asher Angel) longs to find his

Avengers: Endgame tickets are now on sale!

Are you ready to watch 10 years and 22 films-worth of storytelling and universe building come to a climactic finale?

Hey Chicago, see Pet Sematary early and for free!

Sometimes dead is better, sure, but what about things that are exclusive and free? That’s why Consequence of Sound and

Film Review: Pet Sematary Flips the Script and Expands on Stephen King’s Themes

The Pitch: The Creed family — father Louis (Jason Clarke), mother Rachel (Amy Seimetz), eight-year-old daughter Ellie (Jeté Laurence), and toddler

Lists

Ranking: Every Stephen King Adaptation from Worst to Best

Feature Artwork by​ Cap Blackard When Stephen King published his first novel, Carrie, on April 5, 1974, the New England

The Twilight Zone in 10 Episodes: Rod Serling’s Greatest Hits

The Twilight Zone was one of the greatest case studies for the wide-reaching scope of science fiction. Rod Serling’s seminal

Nick Cave reveals his 10 favorite love songs

Since launching it back in the fall, Nick Cave has been actively interacting with fans via his online public forum,

Ranking: Every Tim Burton Movie from Worst to Best

In 1986, after years of work in animation, various other below-the-line contributions, and a pair of short films by his

The Top 10 Baseball Films of All Time

This feature originally ran in April 2015. We’re revisiting in time for an extremely early Opening Day. With Opening Day

Ranking Every Mötley Crüe Album From Worst to Best

Welcome to Dissected, where we disassemble a band’s catalog, a director’s filmography, or some other critical pop-culture collection in the abstract.

Ranking and Dissecting Michel Gondry’s Filmography

A forlorn man wants to erase the memory of his ex-lover, and the pseudo-scientific process is depicted through him traversing

Ranking: Every Marvel Movie and TV Show from Worst to Best

This feature originally ran in April 2015 and will be periodically updated and re-published with the latest Marvel releases. Welcome

11 Funniest Moments From This Is Spinal Tap

(Editor’s Note: On the 35th anniversary of the iconic rockumentary This Is Spinal Tap, we are honored to have Marty

The 50 Greatest Rock and Roll Movies of All Time

This article is being revisited in honor of This Is Spinal Tap turning 35 this weekend. I’d argue that it’s

Reviews

Album Review: Sego Play with Expectations on Sophomore Sego Sucks

The Lowdown: Most times when an irritated audience member feels the need to get their much-needed opinion out there, they’ll

Album Review: Billie Eilish Playfully Drags Us to Hell on the Brooding When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?

The Lowdown: Billie Eilish is the poster child for a new pop generation — a generation that bucks the conventional

Album Review: Andrew Bird Whistles While He Waxes Political on My Finest Work Yet

The Lowdown: The title of Andrew Bird’s new album, My Finest Work Yet, may seem presumptuous, even if almost every

Album Review: Strand of Oaks Wanders a Bit Too Much on Eraserland

The Lowdown: Tim Showalter’s work is never done. With his seventh album in just a decade, Eraserland, the man behind

Classic Album Review: Madonna’s Like a Prayer Mixes the Sacred and Profane to Create Her Masterpiece

They say nothing is certain but death and taxes. I would add another certainty to that list, which is that

Album Review: Whitechapel Shine Within the Emotional Depths of The Valley

The Lowdown: Thirteen years and seven albums into their career, Whitechapel have crafted one of their most fascinating works with

Album Review: Devin Townsend’s glorious sonically-schizoid journey continues on Empath

The Lowdown: In a day and age when a good number of rock and metal acts are playing it safe

Album Review: Rich the Kid Leads an All-Star Cast on The World Is Yours 2

The Lowdown: Rich the Kid, the self-proclaimed “best rapper in the world,” had a lot to prove. Although his debut

Album Review: Avey Tare’s Cows on Hourglass Pond Ranks Among His Best

The Lowdown: If you dig into the records of Animal Collective co-frontman Dave Portner, you’ll soon hit water. It’s the

Album Review: Chief Keef Gets Overshadowed by Zaytoven’s Production on GloToven

The Lowdown: At age 16, Chief Keef didn’t just emerge onto the rap scene; he erupted. During the early 2010s,

Concerts

Lykke Li announces all-female YOLA FEST

Lykke Li has announced a new, all-female music festival, set to take place in Los Angeles later this spring. YOLA

Inaugural Chaos AB festival boasts Rob Zombie, Slayer, Disturbed, Marilyn Manson, and more

A brand-new Canadian festival called Chaos AB boasts an impressive lineup for its inaugural year. The two-day event, taking place

Festival d’été de Québec 2019 lineup: Mariah Carey, Blink-182, Slipknot to headline

Festival d’été de Québec has unveiled its 2019 lineup. Now in its 52nd year, Canada’s largest outdoor music festival returns

Electric Funeral Fest IV Lineup: Torche, Thou, Dead Meadow, Tombs, Acid Witch, Royal Thunder + More

The final lineup for Electric Funeral Fest IV has been announced, with Torche, Thou, Dead Meadow, Tombs, Acid Witch, and

Yes announces “The Royal Affair Tour” with Asia, ELP’s Carl Palmer, and more

Last summer, the prog-rock icons of YES celebrated their 50th anniversary with their extensive “#YES50” US tour. Now, the Rock

Eagles to perform Hotel California in full for the first time ever

Hotel California is one of the most commercially successful album of all time, sitting at No. 3 on the all-time

Joanna Newsom announces first tour dates in three years

This fall, Joanna Newsom will return to the road for her first live performances in three years. “The Strings/Keys Incident

Elvis Costello and Blondie announce co-headlining tour

Elvis Costello & The Imposters and Blondie will team up for a coast-to-coast co-headlining tour this summer. The 13-city tour

Khemmis announce summer 2019 North American tour

Denver purveyors of doom Khemmis will take their riffs on the road this summer. The band announced the “North American

Jónsi and Alex Somers announce Riceboy Sleeps US tour dates

Sigur Rós frontman Jónsi and his partner/collaborator Alex Somers have announced North American tour dates to commemorate the 10th anniversary of their 2009 album, Riceboy Sleeps. Each

TV Shows

TV Review: The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Loses Some of Its Magic in Part 2

(Editor’s note: The following review covers the first five episodes of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina‘s second season.) The Pitch: After choosing to

John Cho to play Spike Spiegel in Netflix’s upcoming live-action Cowboy Bebop series

The arm of Cowboy Bebop has extended over American pop culture for so long now that seeing a live-action version actually start

Stranger Things 3 video game trailer pixelates the Netflix teaser we’re still obsessing over: Watch

It’s been exactly two weeks since Netflix unleashed its epic trailer for Stranger Things 3, and naturally, die-hard fans have

Shudder’s Creepshow TV series to adapt Stephen King’s “Gray Matter”, Adrienne Barbeau set to return

Shudder is keeping things in the family for its forthcoming TV series adaptation of Stephen King and George A. Romero’s Creepshow. Today,

Zac Efron becomes Ted Bundy in Netflix’s Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile: Watch trailer

Ted Bundy was a killer. It’s important to remember that part first. He was a serial killer who specifically preyed

Jordan Peele’s The Twilight Zone Takes Off With the Slightly Familiar “Nightmare at 30,000 Feet”

Download | Listen via Spotify | Google Play | Radio Public |  Stitcher  |  RSS “The road to hell is paved in good intentions…” Greetings travelers, The

TV Review: HBO’s Barry Sets the Stage for A Bloody Second Act

(Editor’s note: The following review covers the first three episodes of Barry‘s second season.) The Pitch: It’s been weeks since hitman-turned-aspiring

TV Review: Veep Kicks Off Its Seventh and Final Season in Familiar Fashion

(Editor’s note: The following review covers the first three episodes of Veep‘s seventh season.) The Pitch: It’s time for a “New

TV Review: Amazon’s Hanna Drains the Fairy Tale Appeal From Its Source Material

(Editor’s note: The following review covers the complete eight episodes of Hanna‘s first season.) The Pitch: Ex-CIA operative Eric Heller (Joel Kinnaman, Altered

TV Review: Jordan Peele’s The Twilight Zone Picks Up Where Rod Serling Left Off

The Pitch: Sixty years after the original series changed the course of science fiction forever, The Twilight Zone returns for

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