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Moby Thinks Humans Are Born Knowing Vinyl Is Better

Today, legendary electronic musician Jean-Michel Jarre hosted a panel discussion on Facebook Live featuring himself, Julia Holter, Little Boots, Moby, and Hans Zimmer, seemingly in…
Winston Cook-Wilson / February 10, 2017

Waka Flocka Flame Thanks Muslims for Hummus

After threatening violence against his former pal Gucci Mane in a diss track, Waka Flocka Flame turned his attention to America's racist jingoism. In showing…
Brian Josephs / February 10, 2017

Donald Trump Doesn’t Know How to Shake a Person’s Hand

Even the quotidian act of shaking hands has proven to be a Herculean task for Donald Trump, the leader of the free world. The Oval…
Brian Josephs / February 10, 2017

Jeremih Pretends to Answer the Question of Whether He Sent Out a Body Double at a Houston Concert

In a new interview with Complex, Jeremih was mostly all positivity and transparency. He talked up his new single "I Think of You" (despite the fact…
Winston Cook-Wilson / February 10, 2017

This Is the Correct Way to Treat Betsy DeVos

Betsy DeVos is a Secretary of Education who has disdain for the public education system, and has spent much of her professional life trying to…
Jordan Sargent / February 10, 2017

Shia LaBeouf’s He Will Not Divide Us Installation Shut Down For Being Too Divisive

In January, Shia LaBeouf set up He Will Not Divide Us, a live stream protest that took place outside of Queens's Museum of the Moving Image.
Brian Josephs / February 10, 2017

Breitbart’s Facebook Live Interview With Sean Spicer Is the Bleakest Video You’ve Ever Seen

The landscape of the American media in 2017 is as uncertain as it's ever been. Sober news institutions that have held up the fourth estate for generations…
Andy Cush / February 10, 2017

Eastbound and Down Collaborators to Helm Serious Reboot of John Carpenter’s Halloween

Following reports that John Carpenter would be joining as executive producer on a new reboot of the Halloween franchise, more details have been announced about the…
Winston Cook-Wilson / February 10, 2017

Here’s the Only Good Lena Dunham Interview

Lena Dunham is often criticized for giving foot-in-mouth interviews, but she's finally managed to do one that's just fine. The final season of Girls, her documentary series about horrible…
Jeremy Gordon / February 10, 2017

Watch Rae Sremmurd Perform “Black Beatles” With Jon Batiste on Colbert

"Black Beatles" may no longer be #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, but it will remain SPIN's #1 song of 2016 forever. The good young…
Winston Cook-Wilson / February 10, 2017

As I Lay Dying Frontman Who Tried to Hire Hitman to Kill His Wife Released From Prison

Two and a half years after he was convicted of trying to hire an undercover cop to murder his estranged wife, As I Lay Dying…
Taylor Berman / February 9, 2017

Jack White Alludes to Trump at Pre-Grammys Event: “We Should Build Bridges Instead of Walls”

Last night, Jack White was the honoree at the 10th annual Producers & Engineers Wing’s pre-Grammy gathering. Introduced as a "renaissance person" by Recording Academy…
Taylor Berman / February 9, 2017

Prince’s Music Is Officially Coming to Streaming Services This Sunday

After being a TIDAL exclusive since July 2015, Prince's Warner Bros. catalog is set to drop on multiple streaming services this Grammy Sunday. Napster confirmed…
Brian Josephs / February 9, 2017

Watch Flo Morrissey and Matthew E. White Perform Their Excellent “Grease” Cover on Colbert

Flo Morrissey and Matthew E. White's Gentlewoman, Ruby Man is a record filled with confounding covers, and none more so than their smoky and lithe duet on the…
Andy Cush / February 9, 2017

Ryan Adams Emails Bryan Adams Every Year on Their Shared Birthday

A new New York Times essay by Ryan Adams gives a detailed account of the first night the singer-songwriter was properly heckled. It wasn't just any heckle:…
Winston Cook-Wilson / February 9, 2017
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