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Between Two Ferns: The Movie to premiere on Netflix in September

Netflix has made it official: a full-length film version of Zach Galifianakis’s masterful interview program, Between Two Ferns, will premiere on September 20th. Aptly titled Between Two Ferns: The Movie, it’s being directed by Scott Aukerman and produced by Funny or Die. According to a plot synopsis provided by Funny or

Banks dances with light in “Gimme” video: Watch

After a nearly two-year absence, Banks returned last month with “Gimme”. Apparently, she has finished at least 44 other songs as she works her way towards her third studio album. Before we hear any of those tracks, however, the alt R&B singer has shared a new way to experience “Gimmie” via

Beast Coast premiere debut album Escape From New York: Stream

Rap collective Beast Coast have dropped their debut album, Escape From New York. It’s streaming in full below via Apple Music and Spotify. The collective began as a loose organization but recently turned into a proper hip-hop collective, merging three of New York’s biggest groups: Pro Era, Flatbush Zombies, and The Underachievers.

The Best and Worst of ’80s Stephen King

Download | Listen via Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Play |  Stitcher  |  RSS Constant Listeners, you are once again invited to The Kingies! With the ’80s behind them, the Losers name the best and worst of Stephen King’s output throughout his most decadent decade. From 1980’s Firestarter to 1989’s The Dark Half, the choices are complicated and

Ed Sheeran details new album No.6 Collaborations Project, shares “Cross Me” feat. Chance the Rapper: Stream

Earlier in the month, Ed Sheeran released a new collaboration with Justin Bieber called “I Don’t Care”. It turns out the track is part of a bigger, guest-heavy new project from the British pop singer, an album dubbed No.6 Collaborations Project. Coming July 12th, the album features 15 collaborative tracks

Morrissey unveils new covers album California Son: Stream

Morrissey has released his new covers album, California Son. Stream it in full below via Apple Music or Spotify. Out on shelves via the singer’s own Etienne imprint, the new LP finds Moz reimagining classics by Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, and Dionne Warwick. The Smiths frontman also offers new spins

Flying Lotus premieres star-studded new album Flamagra: Stream

Flying Lotus has revealed his new album, Flamagra. It’s available to stream in full down below via Apple Music and Spotify. Due out through Warp Records, the new LP marks the artist’s first in almost five years. The You’re Dead! follow-up collects a total of 27 (!) tracks and an equally

Faye Webster releases new album Atlanta Millionaires Club: Stream

Faye Webster has released her latest full-length record, Atlanta Millionaires Club. Stream the whole thing below via Apple Music and Spotify. The pedal steel R&B artist’s third album is her best yet, and could go down as one of the top albums of 2019. It was good enough for Consequence of Sound

NCT 127 premiere new EP We Are Superhuman: Stream

K-pop boyband NCT 127 have dropped a new EP, We Are Superhuman. It’s streaming in full below. The EP arrives fresh off the release of a full-length album, Awaken, and long “Neo City” North American tour. We Are Superhuman is a six-track EP and the band’s fourth mini-album. It sees the group singing

Film Review: Blinded By the Light Is A Giddy Celebration of Love, Youth, and Bruce Springsteen

The following review is part of our coverage of the 2019 Chicago Critics Film Festival. The Pitch: England, 1987. New Wave is king, and Margaret Thatcher presides over a Britain beset with economic troubles and the rise of the neo-Nazi National Front. In the drab borough of Luton in Bedfordshire, a

Harvey Weinstein reaches $44 million settlement deal with accusers, board members

Disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has reportedly reached a tentative $44 million settlement deal to compensate the women accusing him of rape, sexual assault, and other misconduct. A portion of the money would also repay creditors and employees of the bankrupt Weinstein Co. According to The Wall Street Journal, the deal

Film Review: Skin Asks Audiences To Care For a White Supremacist’s Redemption

The following review is part of our coverage of the 2019 Chicago Critics Film Festival. The Pitch: Adapted from true events, Skin is a fictionalized account of the life of Byron Widner. Portrayed by Jamie Bell, Widner was an Ohio–based white nationalist, but there are shades of grey to it

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic movie in the works

With the Skywalker saga concluding this December, Lucasfilm has begun to map out what the next decade of Star Wars films will look like. Though the studio plans to take a self-mandated breather, they intend to come back hard. In 2022, the first in a trilogy of films from Game

Ozzy Osbourne using CBD oil to combat pain of recent injuries

It ‘s been a rough year for Ozzy Osbourne. The Prince of Darkness was set to tour extensively this year as part of his “No More Tours 2”, but illness and injury forced the postponement of all 2019 dates. First, an upper respiratory infection that led to pneumonia nixed all

Ridley Scott’s Alien Created Its Own Genre 40 Years Ago

Download | Listen via Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | Google Play | RSS  For the May edition of Miniography, Filmography’s spin-off series in the off months of the show, we take a look back at Ridley Scott’s 1979 space horror masterpiece Alien on its 40th anniversary. Together, Film and TV Editor Dominick Suzanne-Mayer, Editor

Young Thug drops “The London” featuring J. Cole and Travis Scott: Stream

Since dropping Slime Language, Young Thug’s output has been limited to guest appearances on other rappers’ tracks. We’ve heard him on albums from Meek Mill, Future, Gunna, and Rich the Kid. Now, though, Young Thug is ready to again take the lead, and he’s recruited two big names to join

Jonny Greenwood thinks Bill Hader should play him in a Radiohead biopic

Considering their impact on music and continued success, a film about Radiohead doesn’t seem completely out of the question. Then again, they might not be volatile enough, with no big scandals plaguing the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers. If by some chance the band did implode to the point

Slayer and Jägermeister team up for limited-edition bottle

With Slayer in the midst of a farewell tour, Jägermeister is paying tribute to the thrash titans with a new custom bottle adorned with the band’s logo and custom-made artwork. Jägermeister UK is issuing the limited-edition bottle ahead of Slayer’s headlining gig at the upcoming Download festival. The bottle for

Underworld announce new album, Drift Songs, share “Listen To Their No”: Stream

Last year saw Underworld launch Drift, an ambitious, year-long multimedia project featuring the weekly release of new music, visual, and text pieces. As it draws to a close, the English duo of Karl Hyde and Rick Smith is celebrating with a new album. It’s titled Drift Songs and due out October

Patrick Stewart returns to the final frontier in Star Trek: Picard teaser: Watch

All good things must come to an end, but the end is only the beginning. That’s the paraphrased caption for the new teaser trailer to Star Trek: Picard, which sees Sir Patrick Stewart return to his iconic role as Captain of the Starship Enterprise, Jean-Luc Picard. As the first preview

Beyond the Boys’ Club: Amy Lee of Evanescence

Beyond the Boys’ Club is a monthly column from journalist and radio host Anne Erickson, focusing on women in rock and metal music, as they offer their perspectives on the music industry and discuss their personal experiences. This month’s piece features an interview with Amy Lee of Evanescence. There’s no

The Rolling Stones return “Bittersweet Symphony” songwriting credits to The Verve’s Richard Ashcroft

The Verve’s “Bittersweet Symphony” was one of the biggest hits of the ’90s, and even received a Grammy for Best Rock Song. And yet after all these years, the principal mastermind behind the track, songwriter Richard Ashcroft, has never been properly compensated in royalties. That is — until now. “Bittersweet

Mario Batali charged with indecent assault and battery

Disgraced celebrity chef and television personality Mario Batali has been charged with indecent assault and battery stemming from an allegation that he groped and kissed a woman without her consent, according to the New York Times. The alleged incident took place at a Boston restaurant in March 2017, and a

Knocked Loose announce A Different Shade of Blue album, unleash “…And Still I Wander South”: Stream

Hardcore act Knocked Loose will release their second full-length LP, A Different Shade of Blue, on August 23rd via Pure Noise Records. Along with the album news, the band has unveiled a video for the new single “…And Still I Wander South” (watch below). The Kentucky band made a big

Tom DeLonge has spoken to Mark Hoppus about when to rejoin Blink-182

Things haven’t quite been the same in Blink-182 without Tom DeLonge. Since he left in 2015, the band pulled Matt Skiba in as a replacement, released the fun but over-produced California, and have shared new song “Blame It on My Youth” from an upcoming album due later this year. Meanwhile,

Album Review: Fleshgod Apocalypse Remain Consistent on Veleno Despite Lineup Changes

The Lowdown: Italian death metal outfit Fleshgod Apocalypse made a name for themselves with peerless technical acumen, symphonic accompaniment, and heavy use of acoustic piano on beloved records like 2011’s Agony and especially 2010’s excellent Mafia EP. Since then, the band has released a couple of similar-sounding efforts, though they’ve

World’s oldest record store bans Morrissey’s music

Time and time again, Morrissey has proudly flaunted his support for the far-right, extremist political party For Britain. Now, he’s paying the price: The oldest record store in the world has banned all of the musician’s releases. Spillers Records in Cardiff, Wales has officially vowed to no longer carry The Smiths

Millie Bobby Brown sings Lorde, Carly Rae Jepsen, and more on Fallon: Watch

Never underestimate the power of a microphone in the hands of Millie Bobby Brown. The Stranger Things star has proven herself to be quite gifted when it comes to music, whether she’s rapping a recap of season one or performing Cardi B’s verse in “Girls Like You” live with Maroon 5.

Synth repairman accidentally gets high after touching old LSD on a vintage ’60s synthesizer*

What would you do if you found a 50-year-old dose of LSD laying around? If you’re Eliot Curtis, the Broadcast Operations Manager for KPIX Television, you get high on acid… accidentally. Curtis recently undertook the project of restoring a vintage Buchla Model 100 modular synthesizer. According to San Francisco KPIX

Will Smith unveils his hip-hop version of Aladdin Song “Friend Like Me”: Stream

After teasing his rendition of “Friend Like Me” on The Tonight Show, Will Smith is finally ready to share his much-hyped take on the track for the upcoming live-action Aladdin film. The new version of “Friend Like Me” sees Smith joined by DJ Khaled to revamp the beloved Disney song.

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Carly Rae Jepsen clones invade her “Too Much” video: Watch

If you ask us, there’s no such thing as too much Carly Rae Jepsen. But that’s the premise of the

Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran go green screen crazy in new “I Don’t Care” video: Watch

Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran unveiled their collaborative single, “I Don’t Care”, last week. The two pop stars are back today with

The Who, The Roots, and Jimmy Fallon play classic tune on kids’ toys: Watch

Earlier in the week, The Who kicked off their “Movin’ On Tour” in New York City. During the performance, Roger Daltrey made

Hatchie is living her best tour life in the video for new single “Obsessed”: Watch

We’ve been obsessed with Hatchie lately, and now it looks like she’s obsessed, too. Hatchie shared a brand new single called

The Black Keys rock a spiritual retreat in the video for new song “Go”: Watch

Next month marks the arrival of Let’s Rock, the first new Black Keys album in five years. In anticipation, the

BTS channel The Beatles and perform “Boy With Luv” on Colbert: Watch

55 years after The Beatles’ landmark performance, the Ed Sullivan Theatre welcomed a massively popular mop-topped boyband of a new generation. The

Alice in Chains raise a young beer bottle in bizarre “Rainier Fog” video: Watch

Alice in Chains have just unveiled a video for the title track to last year’s Rainier Fog album, and it’s

Taylor Swift answers Burning Questions, chats Cats and Avengers: Endgame on Ellen: Watch

After not doing any press around Reputation, Taylor Swift is sure keeping herself in the spotlight on this latest cycle. Since

The National perform “You Had Your Soul with You” on Colbert: Watch

This Friday, The National will return with their new album, I Am Easy to Find. The indie greats have already

BTS perform “Boy With Luv” and “Fire” on Good Morning America: Watch

It’s been raining for what feels like weeks here in New York, but that hasn’t dampened the BTS Army’s spirit.

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Songs

Duckwrth reveals new EP, The Falling Man: Stream

After teasing it for months, breakout rapper Duckwrth has finally released his new The Falling Man EP. It’s available to stream

The Raconteurs unveil new single “Help Me Stranger”: Stream

The Raconteurs are set to return on June 21st with their first album in 11 years, Help Us Stranger. In

slowthai drops debut album Nothing Great About Britain: Stream

Over the past few years, slowthai has released a number of EPs and singles. Now, the British grime rapper has

Morrissey covers Gary Puckett & The Union Gap’s “Lady Willpower”: Stream

Morrissey has shared another piece of his upcoming covers album, California Son. After covering “Morning Starship” with Ed Droste and

Interpol release new EP, A Fine Mess: Stream

Interpol are back with a new EP, A Fine Mess. Stream the whole thing below via Apple Music and Spotify. The

The Hives return with first new song in four years, “I’m Alive”: Stream

When The Hives announced their first North American tour in six years — a co-headlining trek with Refused, no less

Chance the Rapper drops new track “GRoCERIES”: Stream

Chance the Rapper has a few chores to tend to before dropping his new album in July. Tonight, he’s dropped

DJ Khaled drops Father of Asahd, featuring Nipsey Hussle, Beyoncé, and Jay-Z: Stream

Today, DJ Khaled has released his eleventh studio album Father of Asahd. As we’ve come to expect from the super producer, the

Lana Del Rey shares cover of Sublime’s “Doin’ Time”: Stream

In today’s news that no one asked for, Lana Del Rey has covered Sublime. As she teased earlier this month,

Bruce Springsteen shares romantic new song “There Goes My Miracle”: Stream

Bruce Springsteen may be one of the greatest rockers of the ’70s and ’80s, but he’s taking it back even

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Movies

Ali Wong and Randall Park reconnect in the Always Be My Maybe trailer: Watch

The romantic comedy is back in full force, and Netflix has been a major contributor to the recent genre boom.

George A. Romero Tore the Best Pages from Stephen King’s The Dark Half

Download | Listen via Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Play |  Stitcher  |  RSS “You always were the clumsy one, old hoss.”

Robert Pattinson is the new Batman

Warner Bros. has found its new Batman. According to Variety, Robert Pattinson has been cast to play the Caped Crusader

Film Review: The Souvenir is a Layered, Affecting Portrait of the Young Artist

The Pitch: Julie (Honor Swinton Byrne) knows precisely the film she wants to make, even if she hasn’t completely worked out

Elton John biopic Rocketman is the first major studio film to depict gay male sex

While it’s unlikely that the upcoming Elton John biopic Rocketman will perform better at the box office than Bohemian Rhapsody,

Chris Rock to relaunch Saw franchise in a twist even Saw fans couldn’t see coming

“I want to play a game.” So does Chris Rock, as The Hollywood Reporter confirms that the blockbuster comedian is teaming up

Film Review: John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum Cements Keanu Reeves as One of the Action Greats

The Pitch: John Wick (Keanu Reeves) was last seen running through the park with his dog, moments from becoming a

Todd Haynes finishes new documentary on The Velvet Underground

With two upcoming feature films in development — one about jazz singer Peggy Lee and another about the attorney who

Bill Murray says he’s game for Jason Reitman’s Ghostbusters: “I would do this next one”

It’s Miller Time! When Jason Reitman first announced that he’d be returning to the Ghostbusters franchise back in January, every

Jemaine Clement joins cast of Avatar sequels

Pandora has a new citizen. As Variety reports, Flight of the Conchords’ Jemaine Clement has joined the cast of James Cameron’s

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: The National Get Lost in the Comfortable I Am Easy to Find

The Lowdown: Over the course of two decades, The National have expertly captured the modern American condition, a portrait of

Album Review: Rammstein Make a Triumphant Return with Their Untitled Seventh Album

The Lowdown: Ten years after their last album, 2009’s Liebe ist für alle da, and 25 years into their career,

Album Review: A More Confident Carly Rae Jepsen Knows What She Wants on Dedicated

The Lowdown: Much can be said about which pop stars have gained the most streams, recruited the best producers and

Album Review: Alex Lahey’s The Best of Luck Club Tackles Young Adulthood with Wit, Hooks, and Range

The Lowdown: Maybe it’s because Alex Lahey makes guitar-driven indie-pop marbled with observational wit and an occasionally sardonic delivery. Maybe

Album Review: Abnormality Unleash Technical Savagery on Sociopathic Constructs

The Lowdown: Hailing from Boston, Abnormality have risen over the years to become a prominent name in death metal. Their

Album Review: Mac DeMarco’s Left Turns Mostly Pay Off on Here Comes the Cowboy

The Lowdown: Over the past six years, Mac DeMarco has encountered a meteoric rise to fame that few expected, especially

Album Review: Tank and the Bangas Struggle to Maintain Their Lovable Weirdness on Green Balloon

The Lowdown: There’s something kind of magical about NPR’s Tiny Desk series. For music admirers, it’s a chance to watch

Classic Album Review: The Cure’s Disintegration Remains a Record for Hopeless Romantics of all Generations

The Cure’s eighth studio album, Disintegration, turned 30 this week, and it’s safe to say there’s a consensus that this

Album Review: The Cranberries Deliver a Lovely Final Statement with In the End

The Lowdown: The 2018 death of Cranberries singer Dolores O’Riordan triggered an international outpouring of grief as fans around the

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

Concerts

Live Review: Judas Priest and Uriah Heep Celebrate a Century’s Worth of Heavy Music on Long Island (5/15)

Setting the Stage: “What you are witnessing is 100 years of hard rock and heavy metal,” Uriah Heep singer Bernie

Live Review: BTS Conquer Mother Nature With Two Epic Nights at Chicago’s Soldier Field (5/11-12)

Setting the Stage: BTS has taken the world by storm since their inception in 2013, continuously wowing audiences all over

The Who’s Setlist by the Numbers: What to Expect from the “Movin’ On Tour”

This article is presented by StubHub The Who have officially embarked on their “Moving On! Tour”, a 29-city outing where

The Distillers extend 2019 North American tour

Punk reunions haven’t seen a shortage as of late, in part thanks to The Distillers, who reunited last year for

The Rolling Stones announce rescheduled dates for “No Filter” North American tour

With frontman Mick Jagger on the mend following successful heart surgery, The Rolling Stones have rescheduled their “No Filter” North

Summer Slaughter 2019 lineup features Cattle Decapitation, Carnifex, The Faceless, and more

The Summer Slaughter tour, billed as the “most extreme tour of the year,” has announced its 2019 lineup and tour

Judge allows Woodstock 50 to proceed as planned

Woodstock 50 isn’t dead — yet. Today, a judge in New York Supreme Court ruled that Woodstock’s chief financial backer,

Wilco announce Sky Blue Sky destination festival, featuring Courtney Barnett, Sharon Van Etten & Kamasi Washington

Wilco are the latest band to make the Hard Rock Hotel in Riviera Maya, Mexico the home of their very

Godspeed You! Black Emperor announce 2019 tour dates

Experimental post-rock outfit Godspeed You! Black Emperor will return to the road in August for an 18-date North American tour.

The Cure announce US festival, featuring Pixies, Deftones, and more

The Cure will celebrate their 40th anniversary by staging their very own festival in the US later this year. The

TV Shows

Game of Thrones’ final season has cost employers $3.3 billion in lost productivity

Upwards of 800,000 of people may have signed a petition calling on HBO to remake Game of Thrones’ final season,

David Letterman’s Netflix series returns with Kanye West episode

David Letterman returned to TV last year via his Netflix talk show My Next Guest Needs No Introduction. The first

Game of Thrones fans start petition demanding HBO remake final season

It’s been said that it costs HBO upwards of $10 million to make a single episode of Game of Thrones.

Rick and Morty to return with season four in November 2019

In the post-scene credits of Rick and Morty’s season 3 finale, our beloved Mr. Poopybutthole made a quick cameo, apologizing for

Trailer for Black Mirror Season 5 warns of “a future we should have seen coming”: Watch

Black Mirror is set to return to Netflix on June 5th. The upcoming fifth season of the sci-fi anthology consists

Disney is taking full control of Hulu

It’s not just Disney films that suggest we should all be one happy family — it’s now the company itself,

Game of Thrones actor Conleth Hill, aka Varys, says: “The last couple seasons weren’t my favorite”

**Spoilers ahead for Game of Thrones** Love it or hate it, but most fans agree that HBO’s Game of Thrones

TV Review: Game of Thrones Proves that War Is Hell But Endings Are Even Harder in “The Bells”

The Pitch: The prelude to the final battle simmers at Dragonstone. Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) bears the weight of her

Mayor Pete and Morrissey to appear on same episode of Fallon

On Monday night, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon will host two major figures in the gay community: Mayor Pete Buttigieg

Constance Wu melts down over Fresh Off the Boat renewal, then apologizes

Earlier in the week, ABC announced that it had renewed Fresh Off the Boat for its sixth season. While most television

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