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Disney’s “Dconstructed” (Various Artists) – Album Review

The family-friendly world of Walt Disney wouldn’t appear to be a logical fit for the hedonism and debauchery of the EDM scene. But just 18 months after dubstep wizard Skrillex provided the score for Wreck-It-Ralph, Disney’s record company offshoot has recruited a who’s-who of superstar DJs to transform a whole host of Disney tunes past and present for remix album, Dconstructed. The concept is undoubtedly intriguing, but sadly the execution […]

Future Honest

Future “Honest” –Album Review

What could have inspired Future’s latest album’s name? At first I thought it was his pregnant fiancé to be, Ciara, and the promise of soon-to-be born Little Future. That might have played into it, but really Future’s Honest (which drops April 22) is more about declaring the truth of his now grandiose success (and the “Blood, Sweat, Tears” that got him there.  Released by Epic, A1 and his own imprint, Freebandz, […]

Kevin Sharp

Country Singer Kevin Sharp Dies at 43

Kevin Sharp, the country artist best known for his 1996 remake of Tony Rich’s “Nobody Knows,” died Saturday in his Redding, California home.  He was 43. According to a statement on the singer’s website: “We are saddened to announce the passing of Platinum Country Recording Artist Kevin Sharp on Saturday April 19, 2014 at 10:00 pm PST. . Born on December 10, 1970, Kevin took the Country Music scene by […]

Record Store Day 2014

It’s Record Store Day. Go Out and Buy Some Records.

So yesterday was Good Friday, and tomorrow is Easter. What to do in the meantime? How about buying some records at your local independent record store? Yes, today, Saturday, April 19, is Record Store Day—the day when music fans around the world show their support of independent record retailers by actually going to the store and buying physical copies of records.  (Anyone remember when we did that sort of thing […]

Nas Illmatic xx

Twenty Years Later, Nas’ “Illmatic” is Even Iller

Nas always had a thing for nostalgia.  He is fantastic at remembering past glory, whether it be historical (“I Can”) or his own – which is what this whole album is about.  Illmatic XX reflects on where Nas came from, and celebrates the Golden Era in East Coast hip-hop.  On the 20th anniversary of Nas’ 1994 debut album, the classic Illmatic, the lyricist (now 40) reminds us how he captured […]

Ingrid Michaelson Lights Out

Ingrid Michaelson “Lights Out”—Album Review

By today’s popstar image standards, Ingrid Michaelson’s popularity is sometimes a bit of an anomaly. Flying in the face of current tactics such as overused autotune, overloud mastering, controversial fashion choices and provocative public behavior (whether on or off stage), Michaelson has built a persona based on understatement, maintaining a girl-next-door look and publicly downplaying her own talent.  And yet, ask almost any aspiring singer-songwriter today (particularly of the female […]


Introducing: Kiesza

From the ballet to the Canadian military to the world of beauty contests, it’s unlikely that anyone from the current wave of 90s house revivalists has experienced a route to success as intriguing as that of flame-haired, Calgary-born vocalist Kiesza. The 25-year-old first began her career in the Royal Canadian Navy aged just sixteen, where she became renowned for her code-breaking and sharp-shooting skills. However, after realising that she could […]

The Black Keys Turn Blue

The Black Keys Unveil New Track “Turn Blue”

After the monumental success of  2011’s El Camino, which went on to earn The Black Keys a whopping four Grammys,  bandmates Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney are back to try again with a much anticipated new release titled Turn Blue.  This week, the duo dropped the title track of the album as a teaser. Two things intrigue me about this track.  First of all, it’s got a steady-but-chill midtempo groove […]


Not So Fast: AC/DC Not Calling It Quits

For the past 48 hours or so, the rumor mill (i.e., the Internet) has been churning with speculation that Aussie hard rock act AC/DC were on the verge of retirement due to a “serious illness” of one of the bandmates.  However, in a recent conversation with The Telegraph, frontman Brian Johnson refuted those rumors, stating that the band were still planning to get together to record new material. “We are […]

Chet Faker Built on Glass

Chet Faker “Built On Glass” – Album Review

Following in the footsteps of his recent partner-in-crime Flume, bearded hipster Chet Faker, aka Melbourne singer-producer Nicholas Murphy, is the latest Australian dance act to make waves in the U.S., having soundtracked a 2013 Super Bowl commercial with his intriguing cover of Blackstreet’s New Jack Swing classic, “No Diggity.” Inspired by both his mother’s Motown and father’s Ibiza chill out record collection, his debut album, Built On Glass, pursues a […]

Coachella 2014

OutKast Kick Off Coachella as Co-Headliner

Coachella kicked off this April 11th weekend with a slew of exciting acts: Lorde, Pixies, The Replacements, Beck, Neutral Milk Hotel, Queens of the Stone Age, Motorhead, Calvin Harris,  Broken Bells, Haim, Neko Case, MGMT, Girl Talk, Foster The People,  Ellie Goulding,  Lana Del rey,  and many others. But most exciting of all is none other than that ubiquitous duo, a reunited OutKast co-headlining the festival.  Hey ya!  Arcade Fire […]

Coldplay Magic

Coldplay Release New “Magic” Video

In keeping with their apparent new bent toward the electro side of soft rock, this week Coldplay released their new single “Magic,”  accompanied by a music video that is every bit as captivating as the song itself. Similar in its repetitive nature to their earlier single “Midnight,” “Magic” has a slightly more upbeat drum loop, as well as much stronger pop sensibilities.  The result is a singable, ear-wormy deal that […]


Legendary Rappers Make Eligibility List for Rock Hall of Fame

There really in no bigger honor.  Being inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has become, in our society, the pinnacle of an artist’s career.  Bigger than a Grammy, a Pepsi endorsement, or a sold-out Madison Square Garden Concert, induction into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is the cultural stamp of legend.  This year, the induction ceremony takes place on Thursday, April 10 at the Barclays […]

Squarepusher Music for Robots

Squarepusher “Music For Robots” – Album Review

Renowned for pushing the boundaries of electronic music via various sonic experiments, IDM pioneer Tom Jenkinson, aka Squarepusher, now debuts arguably his most ambitious enterprise yet with Music For Robots, a five-track EP produced in conjunction with a team of Japanese roboticists and their mechanised ‘power trio’ creation, Z-Machines. Arriving twelve months after German scientists constructed a heavy metal covers band entirely out of robots, and just a few weeks […]

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Rumor: Jessica Chastain To Appear in MI5

The Mission Impossible franchise just keeps plugging along. The previous installment, directed by Brad Bird, did very well at the box office but was reviewed lukewarm by critics. But where there’s money means there’s another sequel opportunity. Tom Cruse and company are currently in the midst of gearing up and prepping the fifth film. This time with Jack Reacher director Christopher McQuarrie. The rumor on the street is that Cruise […]


Flash Gordon Coming Soon

Flash Gordon, the beloved pulp science-adventurer, is coming to a cinema near you. Soon. Well, relatively soon. News has just broke that Fox has hired Star Trek 3 writers JD Payne and Patrick Mckay to pen the film. The duo has written a number of high profile scripts for films that have yet to be filmed. Their works currently include Boilderplate, the adaptation of the cult comic book, The Deadliest […]


Jerry Bruckheimer Talks Bad Boys 3 and National Treasure 3

Jerry Bruckheimer is one of the few ‘Power Producers’ left in Hollywood. Sure, he’s made a couple flops in the last couple of years but he’s still a name. And his name still sells films. Namely sequels. Recently Bruckheimer sat down with Collider and had this to say about Bad Boys 3. It’s so funny because we’ll get Sony real excited to make the movie, and then Will [Smith] is […]


Godzilla Featurette

The new American version of Godzilla looks a thousand times better than the initial attempt by Americans to adapt the extremely famous Japanese monster to the  big screen. Well, now Director Gareth Evans goes on record about the new Godzilla movie and what makes is to special in this new featurette.

Robert Pattinson and Guy Pearce in The Rover

The Rover

While there’s a plethora of post-apocalyptic movies and tv shows out right now, few have the gravitas and potential that David Michod’s The Rover does. Check out the trailer and get a feel for what could be the best movie to come out in a long time.   THE ROVER, David Michod’s highly anticipated follow-up to ANIMAL KINGDOM, is set in a world 10 years following the collapse of society. […]


Friday the 13th Reboot Could Be Directed By David Bruckner

The newest incarnation of the Friday the 13th franchise has been simmering for a while. We’ve heard rumors of found footage, of complete rejection of all the films that had come before, and a return to original continuity. Any and all of which have pros and cons. The film just got a massive injection of cool this week as the word on the street is that David Bruckner, one of […]


X-Men: Days of Future Past Gets An Extended Clip

X-Men: Days of Future Past is just around the corner. The film, the next installment in the extremely successful X-men film franchise, comes out in may. The film features X-men in the future as well as X-men in the past working to avoid a horrible apocalyptic future. During the recent MTV movie awards, Fox debuted a clip from the film. Check it out below. Get More: 2014 MTV Movie Awards, Latest […]


Bruce Timm Returns to Batman in “Strange Days”

For the 75th anniversary of Batman, DC Entertainment is attempting to pull out all the stops. They’re producing a few short films highlighting key times in Batman’s history. The first in this line of short films explores the 1940′s version of the Dark Knight. Notably, one of the key figures behind this short film is none other than Bruce Timm, the writer, producer, and director who defined the Dark Knight […]


Listen To The Hilarious Story Of The ‘Original’ Predator

Predator is one of the most iconic horror movie creatures ever. The film has inspired legions of fans, numerous sequels, and even a crossover franchise. But the film that is so universally regarded as a success almost wasn’t. Listen to the story behind the original Predator suit and the original actor hired to play the infamous inter-planetary headhunter.  


Lord and Miller Not Directing Ghostbusters 3

In short, the creative forces behind The Lego Movie Phil Lord and Chris Miller were in talks to direct the long gestating Ghostbusters 3. However, thanks to The Wrap, we’ve heard that the two have walked away from the project. It’s safe to say that when it hit the internet that Lord and Miller were in talks to direct the film Ghostbusters fans everywhere were extremely pleased. Now that they’ve […]


Captain America 3 Scheduled For May 2016

Captain America: The Winter Soldier has been released and is a massive success. The film has been doing extremely well critically and commercially. Many are claiming that the film is the best of all the Phase 2 Marvel films. Hot off the heals of the smash success, Marvel has green lit the sequel. Cap 3 will be hitting theaters in May of 2016. The film will presumably keep a similar […]


Sam Jackson Preforms Slam Poetry About Boy Meets World

Sam Jackson is a talented man. He’s good at a number of things. Acting, yelling, swearing, and now… slam poetry. About the hit 1990s sitcom Boy Meets World. That’s just what you were expecting right? Well, now you’ll be able to witness the greatness of Sam Jackson performing slam poetry on Jimmy Fallon. Never in a million years would I have said that I want to watch slam poetry. But […]


Tarantino’s Hateful Eight To Be Performed As A Live Reading

Unfortunatley for the rest of us, Quentin Tarantino’s western script ‘The Hateful Eight’ will never be produced. But, if you’re interested in seeing a live reading of the script you’ll be able to at the LACMA Film Independent program. The program looks like it’s going to be really, really cool. Check out the official synopsis below. And if you’re interested in tickets click HERE. Academy Award®–winning writer/director Quentin Tarantino casts […]

Scarlett Johansson as Lucy

Luc Besson’s Lucy Gets A Trailer

Luc Besson is one of the most famous action directors in the world. With films like Speed, The Professional, and La Femme Nakita under his belt he’s created some of the most iconic action sequences ever put on the big screen. What he been up to lately? He’s been making a movie about a super-powered woman, played by Scarlett Johansson. The film looks like it’s got a pretty wide scale […]

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