It’s not just Disney films that suggest we should all be one happy family — it’s now the company itself, too. When Disney coughed up $71.3 billion to purchase 21 Century Fox assets, they got a sizable stake of media land to call their own, including FX, National Geographic, andRead More →

There sure were a lot of political statements going around all over The Tonight Show on Tuesday night. On one side, musical guest Morrissey promoted his far-right ideology while singing “Morning Starship”. Earlier in the evening, however, couch guest Mayor Pete Buttigieg gave a performance of his own, one thatRead More →

Post-rock veterans Mogwai have lined up a US tour for late summer. After playing European festivals like Rock Werchter in Belgium and Spain’s Mad Cool, Mogwai are due to travel stateside in August. Phoenix, Houston, Austin, and Dallas are part of their new round of dates, as are Denver, SaltRead More →

This fall, Angel Olsen will return to the stage for a lengthy North American tour. Running from late October all the way through mid-December, the trek will see Olsen play to crowds in Philadelphia, Atlanta, New Orleans, Oklahoma City, Chicago, Minneapolis, and Toronto. Shows are also scheduled in Boston, Phoenix,Read More →

On Monday night, Morrissey appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Performing Jobriath’s legendary 1973 glam anthem “Morning Starship”, Moz sauntered through the genre with ease, his voice exuding all the right levels of theatricality. However, as Stereogum notes, his delicate performance wasn’t without controversy. If you look closely, he’sRead More →

GIR will report for duty, and sooner than anticipated. Over the weekend, it was revealed that Netflix had acquired new films for two previous Nickelodeon mainstays: Rocko’s Modern Life and Invader Zim. While it’s still unclear when Rocko will re-modernize his animated life, Netflix announced this afternoon that Zim willRead More →

Phantogram have been relatively quiet in the years since releasing their aptly-titled third album, Three. They dropped their single “Someday” alongside a cover of Sparklehorse’s “Saturday” last year, and have popped up for the occasional concert or festival appearance. After hibernating through the winter, the band is reactivating this summer forRead More →