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Film Review: Madeline’s Madeline Blurs the Lines of Fantasy and Reality

August 14, 2018

In his lush experimental musical Sunday In The Park With George, Stephen Sondheim has a troubled contemporary artist sing, “The art of making art is putting it together.” Like that musical, Josephine Decker’s new film Madeline’s Madeline is an avant-garde, myopic, sometimes brilliant, occasionally frustrating exploration of the creative process and the human cost of […]

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Kanye and Kid Cudi to perform together for first time at Tyler, The Creator’s festival

August 14, 2018

They will joined by Ms. Lauryn Hill, Post Malone, The Internet and ASAP Rocky The duo will headline the new festival, curated by Tyler, the Creator Tyler, The Creator revealed that Kanye West and Kid Cudi will perform live together for the first time as joint headliners at his 2018 Camp Flog Gnaw festival. The two rappers will appear […]

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John Carpenter unveils soundtrack for David Gordon Green’s Halloween movie

August 14, 2018

While horror maestro John Carpenter handed directing reigns for the new revisionist sequel to his original Halloween over to David Gordon Green, he’s stuck around to compose the film’s score. Bloody Disgusting has reported leaked retail listings for the film’s soundtrack that give us a better idea of what to expect from Carpenter’s return to the keyboard […]

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Conan to cut musical performances when it downsizes to 30 minutes in January

August 14, 2018

The late night game is not what it was when Conan O’Brien was at the peak of his powers, with hosts like Jimmy Fallon and James Corden aiming more for virality than actual comedy. As such, it makes sense that O’Brien would pivot away from the traditional format with Conan, his little-seen TBS late night […]

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Conan to cut musical performances when it downsizes to 30 minutes in January

August 14, 2018

The late night game is not what it was when Conan O’Brien was at the peak of his powers, with hosts like Jimmy Fallon and James Corden aiming more for virality than actual comedy. As such, it makes sense that O’Brien would pivot away from the traditional format with Conan, his little-seen TBS late night […]

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Conan to cut musical performances when it downsizes to 30 minutes in January

August 14, 2018

The late night game is not what it was when Conan O’Brien was at the peak of his powers, with hosts like Jimmy Fallon and James Corden aiming more for virality than actual comedy. As such, it makes sense that O’Brien would pivot away from the traditional format with Conan, his little-seen TBS late night […]

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Conan to cut musical performances when it downsizes to 30 minutes in January

August 14, 2018

The late night game is not what it was when Conan O’Brien was at the peak of his powers, with hosts like Jimmy Fallon and James Corden aiming more for virality than actual comedy. As such, it makes sense that O’Brien would pivot away from the traditional format with Conan, his little-seen TBS late night […]

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Conan to cut musical performances when it downsizes to 30 minutes in January

August 14, 2018

The late night game is not what it was when Conan O’Brien was at the peak of his powers, with hosts like Jimmy Fallon and James Corden aiming more for virality than actual comedy. As such, it makes sense that O’Brien would pivot away from the traditional format with Conan, his little-seen TBS late night […]

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Crotchety old man Roger Daltrey says hip-hop hasn’t evolved

August 14, 2018

The Who were one of those bands that helped redefine music in the ’60s and ’70s, but that was fifty years ago. Just because they’re rock icons doesn’t mean they’re overly in touch with the sounds of today, as frontman Roger Daltrey recently made painfully clear with his opinions on hip-hop. Speaking with Rolling Stone, Daltrey […]

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Crotchety old man Roger Daltrey says hip-hop hasn’t evolved

August 14, 2018

The Who were one of those bands that helped redefine music in the ’60s and ’70s, but that was fifty years ago. Just because they’re rock icons doesn’t mean they’re overly in touch with the sounds of today, as frontman Roger Daltrey recently made painfully clear with his opinions on hip-hop. Speaking with Rolling Stone, Daltrey […]

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