‘Mirrors’ is the new single from Talking Pictures, released May 30th through Split Records.
Cerebral Ballzy continues to spread the sprawling mess of 80s-hardcore and punk rock sounds with the release of their new single “Insufficient Fare”.
Lotte Mullan, a work experience girl for both Warner Music and Sony Music has had her story snapped up in a film deal worth $3million.
Although most people don’t dispute Lady Gaga‘s dominance of the pop world, the Born This Way songstress has some stiff competition, such as Beyonce and Britney Spears (kinda). But with Lady Gaga’s latest release, Born This Way (download here), she has raised the bar and the ball is now in the musical court of her rivals.
1999 was a bittersweet year for hip-hop. It saw triumph when Lauryn Hill was awarded five Grammies for her debut album and the cover of Time magazine; it also witnessed tragedy as a twenty-four-year-old Big L was shot and killed on a dark Harlem street.
This video is an SOS. It was first sent by DOC2DOCK, a non-profit organization that saves usable medical supplies from being discarded in the U.S. and sends them to hospitals in the developing world.
We don’t know exactly when, what or even if it will happen but this is how it goes when you give an artist total freedom. No demands on format, no deadlines. no nothing…
In what some are facetiously hinting is a sign that the end of the world is in fact coming May 21, former professional wrestler Macho Man Randy Savage has died. In addition for being known as a spokesman for Slim Jim beef jerky, Randy Poffo made waves as an outlandish WWF wrestler with the catchphrase “Oh, yeah!” Poffo died after suffering a heart attack while driving; he was 58.
Uh, okay. In what can only be described as a desperate cry for attention, Sean Combs, the musician/mogul/all-around-rich-guy once known as Puff Daddy, Diddy and a wide assortment of other names, has changed his moniker once again, this time to “Swag.” Although all of Combs’ names have a limited duration, the rapper set the time limit on this one, requesting to be called “Swag” for one week only.
Filmmakers are often given less credit for their short films as opposed to feature films because they don’t have celebrities in them, and are not appealing to mainstream media and audiences.
By now you’ve probably heard about the end of the world May 21 rumors; radio evangelist Harold Camping has suggested that judgement day will occur Saturday. The latest word is that this will be a zombie apocalypse. Because of this, Bloginity has created a list of the best zombie movies to watch in preparation for this zombie apocalypse. We recommend you rent them all at once; why worry about late return fees when the end times are upon us?
Move over Jonas Brothers, there’s a new trio that will melt a young girl’s heart and make a middle-aged woman cry.
There’s a new music-production machine with a sleek look to match its supreme innovation. The personal beat maker holds over 3,000 original sounds in its library, 65 digital effects and a host of other music marvels.
On its surface, Bridesmaids doesn’t seem as though it should be a particularly hilarious film. The premise — protagonist Annie (Kristen Wiig) watches as her best friend, Lillian (Maya Rudolph), lives out her dreams and gets ready for marriage while Annie’s life slowly crumbles.
The event was sponsored by Salus Alpha, Giorgio Armani and Maybach and hosted by philanthropist Ella Krasner, Oliver Prock, Cinema for Peace founder Jaka Bizilj, Roberta Armani, on behalf of Giorgio Armani, and Maybach.
After a controversial news conference went wrong for outspoken director Lars Von Trier, the director has been expelled from Cannes. At his Melancholia press conference yesterday, the director made some highly offensive comments which were interpreted as sympathy for Hitler and Nazism.
Simeon Viltz and Race are veteran Chicago duo The Primeridian, presenting their Tye Hill-produced single from Da Crack-A-Dawn mixtape in conjunction with All Natural, DJBooth.
After coming dangerously close to a troublesome yet potentially hilarious Trump run for the White House, we couldn’t help but wonder what other celebrities might want to enter politics, for the presidency or any other position.
“The present in New York is so powerful that the past is so lost.”
M-Bone, the rapper who most recently created a dance sensation with “Teach Me How to Dougie,” was killed in a drive-by shooting in Inglewood, California, last night. M-Bone – real name Montae Talbert – was 22 and part of the rap collective known as Cali Swag District. M-Bone was reportedly sitting by himself in his car around 10:30 p.m. Sunday when another vehicle pulled up alongside his and fired.
The Tree of Life, a stirring film by writer-director Terrence Malick, has done just what every Cannes film aspires to do – create a buzz that has the entire film world talking. The Tree Of Life – Malick’s fifth film in a career that spans four decades – will debut in the United States May 27, although it’s hard to judge what the reaction will be, as the press screening found emphatic boos from some and energetic applause from others. Due to the mixed reaction, The Tree of Life has everyone at Cannes and around the film world focused on the work, and stars have stepped out to voice their opinions.
No stranger to breaking digital records, Lady Gaga has become the first person to pass 10 MILLION followers on Twitter, where she’s held the #1 spot since August 2010.
The scenes themselves range from beaches in paradise to epic concerts featuring the Peas rising to a level above mortality with awesome lights, fantastic images, and a presence that is inherently and unavoidably cool.
This year, there are thousands of shorts, features, and documentaries all with different stories, values and teams. Yet very few ever get the real respect they deserve.
As long as the company is good, the drinks are plentiful, and the talent is here, I am enjoying it, but then again, doesn’t that sound superficial? Film festivals are more than just an event, they are a melting pot of ideas, some, of which are translated into art that we see on display, or at least, we used to.