The Cheap Thrills of Frank Zappa’s Life to Be Covered in an Upcoming Documentary by Alex Winter
“Key & Peele” Call It a Day
“Veep” Leading Men Matt Walsh and Timothy Simons Creating Football Comedy for Paramount
IBM’s Dear Watson Is Now Able to Analyze Your Writing and You Totally Shouldn’t Be Scared at all
“No more games.” – Watson
WATCH: Florence + The Machine Releases Intense Double-Feature Music Video
“How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful” is out now via Island Records.
LISTEN: Robyn & La Bagatelle Magique Announce Mini-LP, Share “Set Me Free”
“Love Is Free” will be available on August 7 via Konichiwa Records/Cherrytree/Interscope
LISTEN: Archival David Bowie DJ Set Unearthed
“Hello, it’s David Bowie. It’s a bit gray out today. I’ve got some Perrier water and a bunch of records.”
Today in Real-Life Mad Libs: Susan Sarandon Opening Ping-Pong Bar in San Francisco
It’s like Soho House meets your childhood church basement.
Captain Kirk: Not a Republican
Ted Cruz’s analysis of the “Star Trek” hero’s political allegiances were shut down by fellow Canadian William Shatner.
WATCH: Stephen Colbert Is Your New Office Lunch Mate
“The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” starts on September 8
Advice From Paradise: Love Advice (and Music) from Nedelle Torrisi
This week: how to cope with deciding not to date, and forming platonic relationships.
Will Smith and Jay Z Are Producing a Miniseries About Emmett Till
The 1955 murder of the African-American teenager from Chicago at the hands of white men in Mississippi helped to spark the Civil Rights movement.
WATCH: Bethany Cosentino Swipes Left on Rivers Cuomo in Video for “Go Away”
Plus: Rivers as crust punk! Rivers as frat guy! Rivers as hero!
LISTEN: HEALTH Share Brutal, Beautiful “Death Magic” Cut “Men Today”
The latest single from the group’s August 7 LP.
Nike Updates the Converse Chuck Taylor
It’s the first update to the Chuck in 98 years.
Tender: It’s like Tinder, but for Food
Swipe right if the term “food porn” doesn’t make you uncomfortable.
LISTEN: Fly the Friendly Weirdo Skies with Mild High Club on “Undeniable”
“Timeline” is out September 18 on Circle Star Records, a new imprint of Stones Throw
Virtual Reality Helps America Get a 360 Degree Look at Bernie Sanders
The future of campaigning is here.
PREMIERE: The Blind Shake Conquers San Francisco in a Blistering Live Version of “Out Of Work”
The Minneapolis group is the latest entry in Castle Face’s “Live in San Francisco” series, with this latest edition dropping August 10.
The Pop-Up Pantone Cafe Is a Color-Coded Dream
Of course it’s in Monaco.
In Conversation: Documenting the Decline with Penelope Spheeris
We chat with the legendary director about the reissue of her three-part documentary series, “The Decline of Western Civilization.”
Omar Souleyman, “Bahdeni Nami”
No matter who is mixing, though, Souleyman—still in his familiar shades and traditional robes—is the star, and his poignant vocals are as magnetic as his look is unique.