After nearly two weeks in custody, 21 Savage has been released on bond pending a deportation hearing, according to TMZ. The 26-year-old rapper (born Sha Yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph) was arrested Sunday (February 3rd) by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). In a subsequent statement, an ICE spokesperson alleged 21 Savage to be
Origins is a recurring new music feature in which we offer artists the chance to explain the influences behind their latest single. Thanks to their 2015 breakout debut, For the Company, indie rockers Little May made an impression far beyond their native Australia. They lined up festival slots at the likes
A week after Slayer accidentally leaked a lineup poster, Heavy Montreal has officially revealed the bill for the 2019 edition of the festival. Slayer were announced as a headliner a while ago, and now the rest of the lineup includes Ghost, Evanescence, Godsmack, Slash Ft. Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators,
Father John Misty and Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit have announced a co-headlining tour that will span the month of June. For the nationwide outing, the two acts will be supported by Jade Bird and Erin Rae. On his acclaimed fourth studio album, God’s Favorite Customer, FJM talked about meeting Isbell
Last November brought the release of Post-Apocalypto, the new album from Tenacious D. The group’s fourth catalog entry saw Jack Black and Kyle Gass riff on today’s political landscape through the lens of a doomsday action thriller (they also had a little help from Dave Grohl). Now, Tenacious D have announced a supporting US trek.
If there’s anything we learned over the last couple of weeks, it’s that tattoos aren’t one of Ariana Grande’s strengths. Clearly. However, it would appear that’s something she has in common with her former fiancé Pete Davidson. As Cosmopolitan points out, tattoo artist Jon Mesa recently shared a photo of his
Cool tour alert: Mastodon are teaming up with Coheed and Cambria for a 2019 North American outing dubbed, “The Unheavenly Skye Tour.” Making it even cooler, Mastodon will be performing their acclaimed 2009 album, Crack the Skye, in full at each stop, plus Every Time I Die will provide support
Last year, Tim Hecker wowed fans and critics alike with his ninth solo studio record, Konoyo. Today, the Canadian experimental producer has announced he will release a companion album, Anoyo, on May 10th, 2019 via Kranky. Like its sister LP, Anoyo was recorded in the Jiunzan Mandala-Temple Kanzouin just outside of Tokyo. The two albums’ names play off
The Pitch: On Monday the 18th, selfish college student Tree Gelbman (Jessica Rothe) found herself trapped in a time loop that constantly ended in her death at the hands of a baby-faced serial killer, before sending her back to re-live the day over and over again. After she unmasked the killer in
J.I.D has announced the second leg of his “Catch Me If You Can Tour”, and it features direct support from Chicago’s own Saba. The North American outing begins in early May and will see the two rappers passing through cities such as Washington, DC, Baltimore, Cleveland, Philadelphia, and New York.
Thom Yorke has once again collaborated with rag & bone. An unreleased composition of his titled “Pyramid” soundtracks the fashion label’s new “sensory experience” video, “A Last Supper”, which is being used to promote their Fall 2019 collection. It’s pretty nifty, too. The video invites viewers into an exclusive, swanky