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Sing Us a Song, You’re the Piano Dog

Meet Buddy Mercury, a beagle mix from down yonder with two big, floppy ears and a story to tell. We don't know much about this rescue…
Anna Gaca / April 21, 2017

From Dirty Mind to Diamonds and Pearls: Remember Prince’s Classic Albums

After Prince's passing on April 21, 2016, SPIN writers revisited their favorite Prince albums. Read their essays on Dirty Mind, Controversy, Purple Rain, Parade, Sign o' the Times, and Diamonds…
SPIN Staff / April 21, 2017

Season 11 of The X-Files is Coming Next Year

10 X-Files seasons, a spin-off series, two movies, many comics, and a few video games later, it might seem like we've touched on a good…
Winston Cook-Wilson / April 21, 2017

Here’s What Ted Nugent, Kid Rock, and Donald Trump Talked About at the White House

Yesterday, we found out that Sarah Palin invited Ted Nugent and Kid Rock as her guests to the White House, where the group visited with…
Jeremy Gordon / April 21, 2017

Skrillex Was Pulled Over by Police for Blasting His Own Music Too Loudly

Skrillex, aka Sonny Moore, is rich, famous, and successful, which means his life is a lot weirder than ours. So here's a story: As Billboard reports,…
Jeremy Gordon / April 21, 2017

Blame These Songs for the Chainsmokers

Today, the Chainsmokers shared a written list of 19 songs that inspired them to make music. Amongst other excellent selections from your college years, it…
Jeremy Gordon / April 20, 2017

Happy 4/20, I Once Saw Someone Smoke Crack at an Andrew Bird Show

Today is 4/20, and you know what that means: a bunch of jokes about how smoking weed is super cool. Today is also the 10th…
Jeremy Gordon / April 20, 2017

Alex Jones Thinks High-Grade Weed Is a Psyop Funded by George Soros

There is no facet of American life that Alex Jones cannot ascribe to a vast and shadowy international plot to undermine U.S. sovereignty. For evidence of this,…
Andy Cush / April 20, 2017

Consistently Great Acting Makes Fargo’s Season 3 Way More Than Stock Prestige TV

While watching TV in the past year and a half, no descriptive phrase has come to mind more than "prestige TV snake oil." I recall the…
Winston Cook-Wilson / April 20, 2017

Jay Z and National Geographic to Produce a New Documentary Series about Race in America

Jay Z has just had another documentary project green-lit. Following the successful Time: The Kalief Browder Story on Spike and a recently-approved film/TV package about…
Winston Cook-Wilson / April 20, 2017

For Better or Worse, Lana Del Rey and the Weeknd’s “Lust for Life” Is a Lana Del Rey Song

Early word of Lana Del Rey's new single "Lust for Life" made it sound like a future pop smash: a duet with chart darling the Weeknd (a.k.a. Abel…
Anna Gaca / April 19, 2017

Ed Sheeran Accidentally Got a Tattoo That Misspells the Name of His Own Song

There's a song on Ed Sheeran's latest record called "Galway Girl," which you should expect to hear for the next fifty years every time you…
Jeremy Gordon / April 19, 2017

Bill O’Reilly Once Wrote a Novel About a Fired TV Journalist Who Brutally Murders His Old Coworkers

In addition to his onscreen hectoring and alleged offscreen harassment, Bill O'Reilly is also a prolific author. And before he was churning out copy about dead…
Andy Cush / April 19, 2017

Remember When Bill O’Reilly Got Pepsi to Kill an Ad Featuring Ludacris?

Bill O'Reilly is out at Fox News, following allegations of sexual harassment dating back years. More than just the allegations, though, were the multiple advertisers…
Jeremy Gordon / April 19, 2017

Preview Chvrches’ “Down Side of Me” Video Directed by Kristen Stewart

Scottish trio Chvrches have shared a teaser for a new version of their track "Down Side of Me," and its upcoming video. The video is…
Rob Arcand / April 19, 2017
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