“Music For Indiana” Group Stands Against the Religious Freedom Restoration Act
Trevor Noah’s Twitter Past Might Hurt His “Daily Show” Future
First Wave (Rain?) of Artists for Capitol Hill Block Party Announced
Nick Cave and Warren Ellis’s Atmospheric “Far from Men” Score Set for Release
The duo’s latest cinematic collaboration is an accompaniment to David Oelhoffen’s adaptation of an Albert Camus story.
LISTEN: My Morning Jacket Shares New Track “Spring (Among The Living)” With Technicolor Visualizer
Don’t go chasing neon waterfalls.
The No-Brainer Casting Decision of This Modern Age: Let Helen Mirren Be in the Next “Fast & Furious” Film
“I keep putting it out there, and they never ask me.”
WATCH: “SPECTRE” Teaser Hints At Bond’s Mysterious Past
The next James Bond flick is in theaters November 6, 2015.
The Great Escape Finalizes 2015 Lineup with 150 Artists
The UK festival is celebrating its tenth birthday with a blowout bash in Brighton.
LISTEN: Jamie xx Shares New Music, “Gosh,” and Details Debut LP
“In Colour” is out June 2 via Young Turks
WATCH: Jake Gyllenhaal Bulks Up and Gets Beaten Down in First “Southpaw” Trailer
Well, there’s literally no sign of Nightcrawler‘s Louis Bloom behind Jake Gyllenhaal‘s eyes in the first trailer for his latest film Southpaw—except Bloom’s (nearly insane) sense of…
The Sexorcist: “It Follows”
Flaws and all, David Robert Mitchell’s indie horror flick follows its own instincts with style and scares.
Key and Peele to Make Feature-Length Film Based on “Mr. Garvey” Sketch
The duo’s portrayal of a former inner city substitute in the white suburbs is hitting the big screen
More Details Emerge for 2015 Sound City Music Festival in Liverpool
Wayne Coyne and Edwyn Collins set to make keynote speeches, with appearances by Mark E. Smith and Viv Albertine, at conference in conjunction with the music festival taking place May 22–24.
Sound Board: The Week’s Best Tracks
Our picks for the best tracks out there for the week of March 23–27, 2015. Headphone-tested, FLOOD-approved.
WATCH: Dan Deacon’s “When I Was Done Dying” Gets The Adult Swim “Off the Air” Treatment
Dan Deacon is a man whose creative wheels never stop turning. If his insanely fun live shows or the intricate details within his music don’t convince…
WATCH: Run The Jewels featuring Zack de la Rocha, “Close Your Eyes (and Count To Fuck)” Video
Presented without comment.
One Man’s (Buried) Cash Is Another Girl’s Treasure: “Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter”
The Zellner brothers’ darkly funny Coen “tribute” plays with truth and fiction and strikes gold.
WATCH: Michael Fassbender Is a Rogue Gunslinger in the New Trailer for “Slow West”
The Sundance favorite will get a wide release on April 16
Festival Season Is Officially Here as Lollapalooza Announces 2015 Lineup
…and it’s already sold out.
LISTEN: Oh, The “Places You Will Go” In Patrick Watson’s Latest Psychedelic Offering
“Love Songs For Robots” is out May 12 via Domino
Beastie Boys Win Copyright Lawsuit Over “Paul’s Boutique” Samples
“Possession is half the law / I had my routines before all y’all”
Lower Dens, “Escape From Evil”
Vibe albums are underrated. Sometimes it’s nice just to have something consistent and immersive enough to set a mood—to soundtrack a brutally long Greyhound ride, say, or a rainy day stuck at home.