Archive for August 13th, 2014

Travel To Outer Space With Ariana Grande And Zedd In The Official “Break Free” Music Video

Some of our readers may be too young to remember a little film by the name of Barbarella, but in many circles of cinephile culture there are those who consider it one of the greatest movies ever made. I wouldn’t go that far myself, but I do agree that it is a film that everyone […]

‘Power Rangers’ Movie Gets a Release Date, Lionsgate Wants A Franchise

Go, Go, Power Rangers! Lionsgate has set a July 22, 2016 release date for the latest big screen adaptation of Power Rangers. The film, which is being written by X-Men: First Class scribes Ashley Miller and Zack Stentz, is being planned as the first installment in a potential franchise. No director or cast members have […]

Black Tongue’s “Falsifier” Will Make Your Ears Bleed In The BEST Way

I’ve been longing for something almost overwhelmingly heavy this year. There have been some contenders, of course, but Black Tongue may have just taken the cake with “Falsifier.” Featured on an EP of the same name that will be reissued by their new home of Century Media (and combined into one 14-track release with their […]

Alt-J Maintain Their Experimental Reign With “Every Other Freckle”

At this point, it’s nearly impossible to nail Leeds’ Alt-J down to one specific genre, and we’ve simply given up trying. In the long wait till the September 23 release of the newest album, This Is All Yours, we’ve been graced with two singles and two accompanying videos. Today, Alt-J have released a third new […]

Atmosphere Get Wet And Wild In New “Southsiders” Music Video

Earlier today, the Midwest rap duo Atmosphere released a new music video for their track “Southsiders,” taken from their latest full-length of the same name, which dropped back in May via Rhymesayers Entertainment. In this latest clip, the Minneapolis outfit throw street cred to the wind, gearing up with the most unintimidating posse of all […]

Michael Cera Pulled A Death Grips and Released An Album Without Telling Anyone

We had to find out from Jonah Hill (or, really, Noisey) that Michael Cera (Superbad, Youth In Revolt, Arrested Development) just released an album without telling anyone. And it sounds exactly like what you’d expect. The album, titled true that, is a mixture of “what is Michael Cera doing?” and “Michael Cera, what are you […]

Joey Bada$$ Releases Video For “Big Dusty”

Joey Bada$$‘ debut LP is on its way, and B4DA$$ needs to be on your radar. Let “Big Dusty” prove my point. One week ago, Joey Bada$$ unveiled his brand new, 5-minute single that we’ve spun countless times since. The 19-year-old, NY-based emcee is on a roll following various mixtapes and work with his Pro […]

Death Cab For Cutie Parts Ways With Guitarist Chris Walla

As of this morning, Death Cab fans have a new reason to be sad and introspective. Earlier in the day, lead guitarist Chris Walla, who appeared on and produced every one of the group’s releases since their inception, announced that he would be leaving the Seattle-based quartet after 17 years. His last public performance with […]

Ariana Grande And Big Sean Make The “Best Mistake” On New Single

Ballads don’t find their way to radio too often, but this one will likely take top 40 by storm in no time at all. I’m going to be completely honest with you. I don’t spend a lot of time dwelling on celebrity relationships, but I would be lying if I tried to tell you that […]

Sony Altering ‘The Interview’ To Ensure North Korea Doesn’t Try To Kill Us All

Not long ago, we brought you news that Sony had decided to move the release of their Seth Rogen and James Franco comedy, The Interview, from October to Christmas Day. The move was said to be made after the studio realized the late December date would potentially yield higher revenue, but a story from THR […]

WATCH: Code Orange – “Dreams In Inertia”

Code Orange (formerly Code Orange Kids) have released a new music video for “Dreams In Inertia,” a track off of their upcoming album, I Am King. Featuring some sonic changes from what the band normally produces, “Dreams In Inertia” is a slow, drone of a track that features whispered vocals, singing, no screaming, and a […]

Required Listening: Taylor Bennett – “Hatin”

Hot damn. Chicago’s latest and greatest young hip hop export, Taylor Bennett, returns to our front page this afternoon with the premiere of a new single that is sure to entertain. “Hatin” is the first song to surface from Bennett since the May release of his Mainstream Music mixtape. The track, which was produced by […]