The long-awaited third Fleet Foxes album is finally on its way, and apparently it’s going to be called Crack-Up. According to Reddit, the location of one of frontman Robin Pecknold’s recent Instagram posts was “Crack-Up Comedy Nights,” and a commenter guessed that that was the name of the new album. When Pecknold … More »
Saturday (July 23) marks five years since the world lost Amy Winehouse, one of the purest and most troubled talents in the industry. While her life…
Paramount’s “Star Trek Beyond” is dominating at the U.S. box office as the latest entry in the durable franchise heads to a solid $60 million opening weekend, estimates showed Saturday. The 13th “Star Trek” movie is performing in line with forecasts and will wind up the weekend with more than double the nearest rival —… Read more »
EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: In the wake of The Hunger Games ceasing and Divergent in limbo, it seems coming away from this Comic-Con, Lionsgate may just have another franchise on its hands, and in this case, attendees surprisingly learned that the distrib’s Sept. 16 horror film The Woods is actually a straight-up sequel to 1999’s The Blair Witch Project.
Last night Lionsgate invited fans and select press to a screening of The Woods. And for them, they walked into the theater…
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Yesterday, Gucci Mane released his post-prison comeback album Everybody Looking, and last night, the legendary Atlanta rapper played his first official show in the city since his release at the Fox Theater. The triumphant homecoming featured appearances from friends and collaborators including Drake, Future, 2 Chainz, Fetty Wap, OJ Da Juiceman, Young Dolph, and … More »
Waxing philosophically about how everything is bullshit is kind of Father John Misty’s thing, but some combination of the Republican National Convention and the world in general seems to have gotten him particularly down lately. Josh Tillman was supposed to perform at the XPN Festival in Camden, NJ last night, but he spent more time … More »
They covered “Rebel Rebel,” “Heroes” and “Suffragette City” in the middle of the Panorama crowd.
After David Bowie passed away in January, Arcade Fire paid tribute to their friend and collaborator by holding a New Orleans-style second line parade with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band. And last night, at the end of Arcade Fire’s set at NYC’s Panorama Festival, the two groups once again joined together for another parade, … More »
Canadian indie rock stalwarts Arcade Fire certainly didn’t mince words during their headlining set at the inaugural Panorama festival on New…