With 232 pages and an expanded 12″ by 12″ format, our biggest print issue yet celebrates the people, places, music, and art of our hometown, including cover features on David Lynch, Nipsey Hussle, Syd, and Phoebe Bridgers’ Saddest Factory Records, plus Brian Wilson, Cuco, Ty Segall, Lord Huron, Remi Wolf, The Doors, the art of RISK, Taz, Estevan Oriol, Kii Arens, and Edward Colver, and so much more.
The Icelandic songwriter, producer, and vocalist’s first album in five years sees her pulling up her own roots, replanting them, and cajoling them to blossom colorfully anew.
TOLEDO, How It Ends
There’s a real darkness holding the quiet hush of the Brooklyn-based duo’s debut full-length together, which reveals a deep pain and trauma if you pay attention.
The eighth studio album from the alt-rock vets mostly sticks to its promise of bigger, bolder tracks, providing a handful of fluttering highs among their near-four-decade discography.
“The alcohol industry is in my blood.”
As he prepares to release his thirteenth record, the LA-based singer/songwriter tells us how Zach Galifianakis, family life, and tiny particles all played a role in the making of “Are You Serious.”
Prior to their pilgrimage to see The Boss on his current “River” Tour, two of our editors size up the merchandising options that await them using the preferred forum of pop-culture enthusiasts everywhere: the Gmail G-chat.
The legendary swimmer cried when he first saw the Under Armour ad.
“I’ve been figuratively carrying him for years!”
“It’s NFL vs M.I.A. right now.”
1991’s “Study of a Bull” is part of a “very private, private collection in London.”
“Strangers” is out May 20 via Sacred Bones.
One girl’s ticket to Air Hollywood’s elaborate dinner party, which reaches unfathomable heights without ever leaving the ground.
In the first season of “True Detective,” Matthew McConaughey’s character Rust Cohle says that time is a flat circle and “The Psychedelic Swamp,” Dr. Dog’s “new” album, might just prove that theory right.
Nothing says love like blood and guts?
Are you not entertained?
Shoutout to Mark Ronson for also showing up!
The Coen Brothers’ seventeenth film is a delightful appreciation of old Hollywood.
“Don’t You”’s subject matter is brutal, but the record succeeds because it also isn’t a complete downer.
One day before she wins the Super Bowl…again.
Irvine Welsh’s latest novel just misses the emotional mark.
So many skulls being smashed in.
See? It does pay off to complain on the Internet!
The program will help fund and mentor transgender film makers.
The Fashionista line features a refreshing range of body types, hair colors, skin tones, and more.
“The Wonderful World of Disney: Disneyland 60” premieres on February 21 on ABC.
“Stephen Hawking? He can open for me!”
Dirty Projector’s Amber Coffman and Best Coast’s Bethany Cosentino helped bring the abuse to light on Twitter.
The Grammys will air on February 15.
With the “goal to double number of diverse members by 2020.”
“Darby Forever” hits the streaming site on February 18.
“Drop-dro-dro-dro-drop it like Robocop.”
Pray for LA’s weekend traffic.
The television adaptation of Stephen King’s recent novel premieres on Presidents Day.
We cast our ballot for this year’s ceremony.
Rich the Kid seems to think so…
And it’s beautiful.
“As long as you can still grab a breath, you fight.”
The first woman to receive the honor since 1983.
We continue our countdown of the year’s best music with our #2 record of 2015.
“Mapplethorpe: Look At The Pictures” will air in April 2016.
Grab two fingers of Lagavulin and curl up by the fire.
“I could have chosen my words better, and I apologize.”
★ is due out on January 8, 2016, via Columbia.
The 4-CD/3-DVD “The Ties That Bind: The River Collection” is out December 4.
Prepare your best Magnum, Blue Steel, or Le Tigre for February 12, 2016.
“And third, it is important to remember that nothing about what these assholes are trying to do is going to work.”
Woody Allen’s script for “Annie Hall” took the top spot.
Read “The Field of Honor” now.
“They must’ve spent tens of dollars on this.”
“Did he just call me sir?”
“Hope is not lost today. It is found.”
“Time is a he?”
The British fashion house celebrates fifteen years of “Billy Elliot.”
“25” will be out on November 20 via XL/Columbia.
“God didn’t do this. The devil did. And I’m going to find him.”
“Ooh, that frittata was fluffy as hell!”
Self-lacing Nikes, Neil deGrasse Tyson live-tweeting what the films got right, and more.
“I pick up the gun.”
“There is an assumption made that the people involved should predominantly be men.”
“We got 3-D movies…”
Franz Ferdinand and Sparks bring their collaboration to Los Angeles, and it definitely does work.
The holiday special premieres on Netflix on December 4.
Really puts the “car” in cardboard, eh?
Head to The Paramount Vault to watch “Margot at the Wedding,” “Ironweed,” and more in full now.
All episodes of the sketch show will be available on November
“My analysis shows that your major themes are that time passes and love fades.”
The Vetements designer is succeeding Alexander Wang.
The cutest destruction of a city ever.
Old Navy’s president Stefan Larsson will be succeeding the fashion giant.
Baseball and softball have returned to the proposed list from Japan as well.
Stevie Wonder, Kendrick Lamar, Weezer, Bill Nye, Banksy, and more bring the Sin City festival into maturity.
“I Love You, Honeybear” is out now via Sub Pop.
Only for a limited time.
Schweppes! I said Schweppes!
The lot includes his 1963 Ludwig Oyster Black Pearl and an original “Help!” script.
“Woe Unto Me” and “Sweet Satan” are “One Foot in the Grave” outtakes.
Good luck to every musical guest that has to follow him.
“The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” starts on September 8
Android users can start playing “actually free” games now.
The “bemusement park” will exist in Weston-super-Mare, England, for five weeks only.
D’Angelo, Morrissey, and a pinch-hitting Kanye West help FYF’s second staging at Expo Park to find its footing.
The Real Estate guitarist opens up about his recording process, his latest solo album, and why he’s always got to keep moving.
“M Train” is out October 6 on Knopf.
‘Cause HAIM a man, woman…
Evacuations, lightning, and humidity couldn’t keep the crowds or the good music away from Grant Park.
See, it pays to follow Big Boi on Instagram.
“Blood” is out tomorrow via Warner Bros.
“How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful” is out now via Island Records.
“The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” starts on September 8
The future of campaigning is here.
Of course it’s in Monaco.
Cookie Lyon’s back.
The yoga apparel company is now providing Lululadies with their post-workout drink
“Hermits on Holiday” is out next month via Birth Records
Asif Kapadia and James Gay-Rees’s brilliant but conflicted look at the tragic life and inimitable talent of Amy Winehouse.
The spaghetti western is due out this winter.
The romantic drama hits theaters on November 6.
A crashed WWII B-29 Bomber is being currently discovered by scuba divers.
“We should’ve hit La Jolla by now…”
“Well, here you go, dummies.”