Watch Afghan Whigs’ Disturbing, NSFW ‘Oriole’ Video
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The Afghan Whigs invite fans into a nightmarish, sexually charged witch coven with their “Oriole” video. Director Amy Hood stars in the clip, arriving at a massive house filled with hallucinogenic scenes. Upon entering, the protagonist is swarmed by women dressed in white and hypnotized by the kiss of their leader, wearing black. Hood weaves in nude fire dances, human sacrifice and haunted flashbacks, presented like a vintage horror B-movie, as Whigs singer Greg Dulli matches the eerie mood with occult-like...

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M. Night Shyamalan, Bruce Willis to Reunite for ‘Unbreakable’ Sequel
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M. Night Shyamalan confirmed that he finished the script for the follow-up to both Unbreakable, a film from 2000 starring Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson, and Split, starring James McAvoy that was released last year. The new movie, Glass, will come out in early 2019.  Shyamalan announced the news in a series of Twitter posts. “It’s taken 17 years but I can finally answer the #1 question I get, ‘Are you making a f#&@ing sequel to Unbreakable or what?'” he wrote....

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Snoop Dogg, Rae Sremmurd, DJ Snake Headline Hard Summer Music Fest
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Snoop Dogg will perform his iconic debut LP, 1993’s Doggystyle, at the 2017 Hard Summer Music Festival. The event’s 10-year anniversary edition – scheduled for Saturday August 5th and Sunday, August 6th – will also feature Rae Sremmurd, DJ Snake, Justice, Zeds Dead, Bassnectar, Migos, Ty Dolla $ign, Skepta and Charli XCX. 19 Cool Summer Festivals Peak summer festival season has arrived! Check out the wildest blow-outs still to come, from Lollapalooza to the Gathering of the Juggalos Hit producer...

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Peter Travers on Jonathan Demme: The Movies’ Great Humanist
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Jonathan Demme, dead of cancer at 73. It’s hard to take in those words. Or to stop feeling the gut punch of his loss. High praise will flow, deservedly, about Demme’s virtuosity as a filmmaker; about the Oscars he won for The Silence of the Lambs; about his concert films, from Stop Making Sense to Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids, that brought audiences closer than ever before to the sweaty intimacy and creative pulse of music. His influence is...

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See Blake Shelton, ‘Voice’ Hopefuls’ Rollicking John Lennon Cover
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Between the earthy growl of Stephanie Rice and 15-year-old prodigy Brennley Brown’s angelic high notes, the musical skill of The Voice‘s Season Twelve top 12 performers is first rate. On last night’s live eliminations, palpable tension took hold on the stage as fan-voting results were announced throughout the one-hour show. In addition to results, G-Eazy performed his current This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: See Blake Shelton, ‘Voice’ Hopefuls’ Rollicking John Lennon...

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Watch Caitlyn Jenner on Why She Won’t Play Golf With President Trump
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Caitlyn Jenner dissected her complicated relationship with President Trump on Late Night With Seth Meyers on Tuesday. Jenner, who voted for Trump last year, This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Caitlyn Jenner on Why She Won’t Play Golf With President...

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Why Jonathan Demme Was One of the Greatest Concert Movie Directors Ever
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Jonathan Demme’s death at the age of 73 prompted an outpouring of online memorials from film lovers who remembered the Oscar-winning director for his varied career: everything from the chilling, intelligent thriller The Silence of the Lambs to the brittle 2008 indie drama Rachel Getting Married. But for music fans, those highlights don’t even scratch the surface of what This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Why Jonathan Demme Was One of the Greatest Concert Movie Directors...

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See Brandi Carlile’s Gutsy Cover of Dolly Parton’s ‘Jolene’
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Brandi Carlile is currently in the midst of an acoustic tour, during which she and her band – twin brothers Phil and Tim Hanseroth and cello player Josh Neumann – are playing her 2007 album The Story in its entirety. This week, she played her first-ever shows at Nashville’s hallowed Ryman Auditorium, including in This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: See Brandi Carlile’s Gutsy Cover of Dolly Parton’s...

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Best, Worst and Wildest Music-Inspired Tattoos
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A while back, we asked our readers to #ShowRSYourRockTattoos. We decided it was time for an update and wanted to see some fresh ink. We put a call out on Twitter and Instagram and This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Best, Worst and Wildest Music-Inspired...

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Kenny Chesney: ‘Jonathan Demme Understood How to Capture Music on Film’
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When country superstar Kenny Chesney teamed with film director Jonathan Demme for an American Express Unstaged concert in 2012, the pair ended up making history. More than 20,000 fans showed up to Wildwood Beach in New Jersey for the June event – coinciding with the release of Chesney’s 14th album, Welcome to the Fishbowl – making it the largest concert ever at that This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Kenny Chesney: ‘Jonathan Demme Understood How to Capture Music on...

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Can Drake Break Grime in America?
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Not to say that Drake has moved to rarified level of fame, but the streaming numbers for “One Dance” alone look more like the GDP of a small country. With scale comes power – his co-signs are already partially responsible for breaking the Weeknd, Migos and PartyNextDoor, among others – and he’s certainly utilizing it in 2017. His recent project, More Life, is not an album or a mixtape, This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Can Drake Break Grime in...

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CM Punk’s Latest Move: MTV Reality Show
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If CM Punk wants to give the UFC another shot, it won’t happen anytime soon with the former wrestler turned mixed martial artist out of commission for six weeks to compete on the upcoming season of MTV’s The Challenge: Champs vs. Pros. Punk is one of 10 professional athletes who will compete on the show against “familiar faces from the long-running series” for a chance to win This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: CM Punk’s Latest Move: MTV Reality...

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Made Nice: Inside Eleven Madison Park’s New Fast-Casual Joint
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The likelihood of nabbing a reservation at world famous eatery Eleven Madison Park is slim to none these days, especially since it has been named THE best restaurant in the world. What’s a foodie to do?  Thankfully the team behind the NYC staple has you covered. Will Guidara and Daniel Humm have just opened up Made Nice, a fast-casual eatery with prices that don’t call for a special occasion. Their menu offers savory dishes such as a decadent Khao salad and a mouthwatering salmon...

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Willie Nelson’s New Album ‘God’s Problem Child’: Track-by-Track Guide
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Listening to a new Willie Nelson album with a set of fresh ears is almost impossible to do in 2017 – and Nelson knows it. Hovering over all news regarding the Red Headed Stranger are worries about the health of the country icon, who turns 84 on April 29th. So he decided to make the elephant in the room – his own mortality – the focal point of his new LP, God’s Problem Child. Nelson’s first album since his 2015...

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Melvins Plot Three-Month Tour of North America
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The Melvins announced a 12-week summer tour of North America on Wednesday. The tour kicks off in San Diego July 5th and wraps up October 3rd in Flagstaff, AZ. Tickets go on sale Friday, April 28th at 10 a.m. local time. The band’s live dates coincide with the release of a new double album, A Walk With Love and Death, the follow-up to last year’s Basses Loaded. Half of the project is a score to a short film directed by...

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Watch Warpaint Perform Seductive New Song ‘Whiteout’ on ‘Ellen’
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Indie rock band Warpaint added a seductive darkness to the Ellen stage on Tuesday, performing recent single “Whiteout.” The quartet recreated the song’s vivid art rock groove, highlighted by Stella Mozgawa’s intricate drumming and Theresa Wayman’s atmospheric guitar solo. Ellen DeGeneres offered the band a warm introduction – including a nod to a celebrity game she plays on her show: “When I heard that this rock band named their latest album Heads Up, I knew I loved them even more than...

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Watch RaeLynn’s Delicate, Acoustic ‘Love Triangle’ at the Opry
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The Grand Ole Opry stage may be where some of the biggest moments in country music happen, but RaeLynn’s performance of her single “Love Triangle” from the Opry’s Live from the Lounge series proves there’s plenty going on behind the scenes. Joined by an acoustic guitar and cajón, she delivers a delicate, vulnerable performance of a song rooted in heartbreak. “Love Triangle” explores the effects of divorce on a child, told from the child’s perspective of “bowling alley...

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Hear Chuck Berry’s Rollicking Song ‘Wonderful Woman’ From Final Album
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Chuck Berry fuses boogie woogie and classic blues on “Wonderful Woman,” the lead track from Chuck, an upcoming collection of songs recorded between 1991 and 2014. Chuck marks the first Berry album to be released since the rock and roll icon’s death in March at age 90 and his first LP of new studio material since 1979. Berry built “Wonderful Woman” using the formula he perfected in the late 1950s. A single, propulsive guitar line and a rhythm section give the song an...

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Bruce Springsteen Photographer Preps Book of Unreleased Images
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This November, Wall of Sound Editions will publish Bruce Springsteen: Further up the Road, a collection of four decades of Springsteen photographs shot by Frank Stefanko. Many of the images are previously unreleased. Stefanko has a longstanding working relationship with Springsteen: he’s the man behind the covers for Darkness on the Edge of Town and The River. He also took cover photo for Springsteen’s autobiography, Born to Run. Further up the Road will include a number of images from two unpublished shoots...

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Watch Father John Misty’s New Video With Macaulay Culkin as Kurt Cobain
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Father John Misty‘s “Total Entertainment Forever” video is a maniacal LSD adventure starring Macaulay Culkin as a Christ-like Kurt Cobain trapped inside a VR game played by George Washington. The clip opens with America’s first president (played by “Spinning on Air” radio host David Garland) popping Viagra and strapping on a VR headset for his deranged pleasure. From a player menu, he selects “Kurt Cobain’ed” – rather than “Biblo Clinton” or “Juan Arbuckle”...

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