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Why is Bono Meeting With Mike Pence?

Irish rockers U2 have had their share of presidential milestones, most recently scoring Obama's walk-out music for the President's farewell address. And, while they do…
Dale Eisinger / February 19, 2017

Drake Doesn’t Even Want His Grammys

In a surprise interview recorded the day after the Grammys, Drake spoke to DJ Semtex on a whole host of issues, for his Beats1 OVO…
Dale Eisinger / February 19, 2017

Stephen Malkmus Calls Terror Twilight “Overproduced”

In a new episode of the Talkhouse Podcast, Stephen Malkmus sat down with Emil Amos, the drummer for bands Grails and Om, to go over…
Dale Eisinger / February 19, 2017

Clyde Stubblefield, One of Hip-Hop’s Most Sampled Drummers, Dies at 73

Clyde Stubblefield, the revered percussionist from James Brown's "Funky Drummer," died of kidney failure on Saturday, February 18, in Madison, Wisconsin, his wife told the Associated Press.
Dale Eisinger / February 19, 2017

LaBeouf, Rönkkö, and Turner’s He Will Not Divide Us is Now Streaming From Albuquerque

After a brief shutdown, HEWILLNOTDIVIDE.US, the four-year livestream project of Shia LeBouf, Nastja Säde Rönkkö, and Luke Turner, is now streaming once again. But, rather than…
Dale Eisinger / February 19, 2017

New Music: Lana Del Rey – “Love”

Earlier this week, posters appearing to tease a new Lana Del Rey release were spotted in the wild. Today, she's released a new song called…
Jeremy Gordon / February 18, 2017

Did Trump’s White House Use the Associated Press to Invent a “Fake News” Story?

On Friday morning, the Associated Press published a story with frightening implications: Based on a draft of a Department of Homeland Security memo, it alleged that…
Andy Cush / February 17, 2017

Azealia Banks Returns to Twitter, Shares New Song “Crown” Produced by Lunice

After a nine-month suspension following her attack on Zayn Malik, Azealia Banks' official Twitter account is back online. The oft-controversial rapper also quietly posted an unreleased…
Anna Gaca / February 17, 2017

Video: The Magnetic Fields – “’81 How To Play The Synthesizer”

Eighteen years after the Magnetic Fields' career-defining 69 Love Songs, and five years after Love at the Bottom of the Sea, Steven Merritt has been gearing…
Rob Arcand / February 17, 2017

Be the Sisqó You Want to See in the World

Fashion week is full of fakers. I assume so, at least. I've never actually been. But one figures that a celebrated commingling of art and commerce…
Jordan Sargent / February 17, 2017

Watch the First Trailer for Terrence Malick’s New SXSW-Inspired Movie Song to Song

"We thought we could just live from song to song, kiss to kiss," Rooney Mara murmurs in the voiceover for the new trailer for Song…
Winston Cook-Wilson / February 17, 2017

Suspected North Korean Assassin Thought She Was On a Prank Show

Kim Jong-nam, the brother of North Korean despot Kim Jong-un, was assassinated Monday, at the Kuala Lumpur airport in Malaysia. Now, police say that one…
Dale Eisinger / February 17, 2017

Mick Jagger’s Unpublished Memoir, Which He Doesn’t Remember Writing, Has Allegedly Surfaced

Mick Jagger, an obsessively private man, has said in interviews time and again that he’d never write a tell-all. But, in a new essay for…
Dale Eisinger / February 17, 2017

Breaking: Jar Jar Binks Alive and Well in New Star Wars Novel

Does even part of you miss the future-shock lunacy of George Lucas' Star Wars prequels, which is now so totally absent from the hyper-traditionalist, J.J.-Abrams-produced Star Wars movies? Then here's…
Winston Cook-Wilson / February 17, 2017

Oakland Police Quickly Retract Order Requiring Warehouse Parties to Be Reported

This week, the Oakland police quickly instated, then revoked, a new policy requiring officers to report any illegal gatherings in warehouses, in response to last December's…
Dale Eisinger / February 17, 2017
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