‘Action Point’ Review: Play-It-Safe ‘Jackass’ Movie Is Too Painful to Watch
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A Jackass movie by any other name would smell just as sweet – even when it comes out rancid. Action Point brings Johnny Knoxville and his anarchic crew of self-abusers back to the screen in a movie that keeps selling syrupy when we want mad-dog crazy. It’s still R-rated and, yes, and you do get to see Knoxville get hurled into the broad side of a barn while his old buddy Chris This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: ‘Action Point’...

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American Aquarium’s BJ Barham on Why Jason Isbell Is a Hero, New Album ‘Things Change’
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In a business where media training is all but an essential part of the artist development process, BJ Barham remains a refreshingly candid interview. While previewing his band American Aquarium’s new album Things Change this week, the North Carolina This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: American Aquarium’s BJ Barham on Why Jason Isbell Is a Hero, New Album ‘Things...

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Review: Father John Misty’s ‘God’s Favorite Customer’ Is a Lennon-esque Pleasure
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In its piano-ballad gait, baroque-pop raptures and confessional sting, Josh Tillman’s fourth album as the darkly antic Father John Misty often sounds like it was made more than 40 years earlier under yet another name: John Lennon. It’s as if Tillman wrote and arranged these songs under the sumptuous, despairing spell of Lennon’s early-Seventies solo records, with time off for the late-Sixties This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Review: Father John Misty’s ‘God’s Favorite Customer’...

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Thompson Square on ‘Masterpiece,’ Parenthood and Artistic Rebirth
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“It’s like taking your pants off and running through a field of daisies, with just a light mist and enough sunshine to keep you warm, and there’s also rainbow.” No, that’s not a pitch for a deodorant commercial. It’s Thompson Square’s Keifer Thompson, sitting down alongside bandmate and wife Shauna Thompson in Nashville’s Gulch neighborhood to talk with Rolling Stone Country about This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Thompson Square on ‘Masterpiece,’ Parenthood...

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Watch Big Boi Soundtrack First Date in ‘All Night’ Video
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Big Boi provides an aura of confidence to a young man’s first date in the rapper’s new video for “All Night,” the latest single off Big Boi’s 2017 album Boomiverse. The video follows a bubbly teenager as he prepares for a date, meets the girl’s parents and takes her to the restaurant and, later, a This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Big Boi Soundtrack First Date in ‘All Night’...

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Hear Lucie Silvas’ Empowering New Song ‘Kite’
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Lucie Silvas, whose rafter-shattering vocals and genre-defying musical landscapes distinguished her 2015 album, Letters to Ghosts, returns with her latest LP, E.G.O., out August 24th. The British-born singer-songwriter co-wrote all of the 12 tracks on E.G.O., which is an acronym for “Everybody Gets Off.” Writers and collaborators on the new record include Ian This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear Lucie Silvas’ Empowering New Song...

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On ‘Daytona’ and ‘Ye,’ Kanye West Proves the Strengths (and Limitations) of a Short Album
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At first, Pusha-T wasn’t on board with the idea. When Kanye West pitched him on an album with only seven tracks, that would mean cutting songs that were ready to go for King Push, his long-awaited follow-up to This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: On ‘Daytona’ and ‘Ye,’ Kanye West Proves the Strengths (and Limitations) of a Short...

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10 Best TV Shows and Movies to Stream In June
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Netflix has a big summer ahead of them, with some of their most popular series facing down the sophomore slump (how ya been, Glow? How’re things, Luke Cage?). But they’ll have plenty of competition: Amazon’s got a marquee miniseries straight from the BBC; CBS is going online with a delectably bizarre historical drama; and YouTube – yes, that YouTube – gets in the game with This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: 10 Best TV Shows and Movies to Stream In...

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10 New Albums to Stream Now: Father John Misty, Kanye West, Natalie Prass and More Editors’ Picks
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EDITORS’ PICK: Father John Misty, God’s Favorite CustomerJosh Tillman’s fourth album under the FJM banner sounds “as if Tillman wrote and arranged these songs under the sumptuous, despairing spell of Lennon’s early-Seventies solo records, with time off for the late-Sixties Zombies and the Beach Boys’ Sunflower,” writes David Fricke. Hear: This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: 10 New Albums to Stream Now: Father John Misty, Kanye West, Natalie Prass and More Editors’...

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Watch Pusha-T’s Cinematic ‘If You Know You Know’ Performance on ‘Kimmel’
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While Kanye West was hosting a Wyoming listening party to premiere Ye, Pusha-T was promoting his West-produced new album This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Pusha-T’s Cinematic ‘If You Know You Know’ Performance on...

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Meet the Woman Bringing Social Justice to Astrology
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Chani Nicholas doesn’t care for the hulking Alex Katz painting, depicting a trio of suited white men, hanging behind the front desk of the Langham hotel in New York. It reminds her of the patriarchy, she tells me one rainy, starless night in February, as we take the elevator up to her hotel suite and sit on the couch. We’re wrapping up a conversation about This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Meet the Woman Bringing Social Justice to...

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Spotify’s ‘Hateful Conduct’ Policy Is Officially Dead
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However well-intentioned it may have been, Spotify’s controversial policy to reduce “hate content and hateful conduct” on the streaming platform was short-lived. The company announced Friday that while its policy against hate content remains in place, it will not “play judge and jury” when it comes to artist conduct. The brief timeline of events goes like this: Early in May, Spotify This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Spotify’s ‘Hateful Conduct’ Policy Is Officially...

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Love Shacks, Rock Lobsters and Nude Parties: The B-52’s in Their Own Words
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“We didn’t have a goal of what we wanted to sound like when we started out,” says Keith Strickland, the multi-instrumentalist behind some of the B-52’s‘ biggest hits. “We just knew we wanted it to be fun.” Since springing out of Athens, Georgia, in the mid-Seventies, the group has always been the This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Love Shacks, Rock Lobsters and Nude Parties: The B-52’s in Their Own...

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‘Pose’: Ryan Murphy’s Drag Ball Drama Is Stylish, Surprisingly Sincere
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Pose is the ninth TV series Ryan Murphy has either created or co-created (not counting American Crime Story, where he’s an influential executive producer). It is also, somewhat improbably, the most restrained and earnest of all his shows, despite its subject matter. Or maybe because of it. Pose, which Murphy co-created with Brad Falchuk and Steven Canals This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: ‘Pose’: Ryan Murphy’s Drag Ball Drama Is Stylish, Surprisingly...

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Lily Allen Plots First North American Tour in Four Years
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Lily Allen will embark on her first North American tour in four years this fall. The British singer will hit the road in support of her upcoming album No This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Lily Allen Plots First North American Tour in Four...

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Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Adrian Younge Sample Luther Vandross on New Song
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A Tribe Called Quest‘s Ali Shaheed Muhammad and composer Adrian Younge reimagined Luther Vandross’ “So Amazing” in a jazzy new song on the duo’s upcoming LP The Midnight Hour. The soul icon croons romantic lines from the original recording – which appeared on his 1986 LP, This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Adrian Younge Sample Luther Vandross on New...

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‘Breath’ Review: Simon Baker’s Surfer Drama Rides Wave of Joyousness
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You don’t have to be a genius to glean that actor Simon Baker has the makings of a solid director. Having skillfully called the shots on several episodes of The Mentalist, the CBS crime drama he starred in from 2008 to 2015, the Aussie actor is primed to show what he can do in his big-screen directing debut. Turns out he has the chops. Baker also stars as Sando, a surfing mentor This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: ‘Breath’ Review:...

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10 Best Country and Americana Songs of the Week: Dierks Bentley, Kassi Ashton and More
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A Nineties vocal group’s sentimental and welcome return, an all-star collaboration led by Darius Rucker, and the most bitchin’ Beach Boys-esque summer song not recorded by the Wilsons make up this week’s best country and Americana...

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Hear Kenny Chesney’s Virgin Islands Tribute ‘Song for the Saints’
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The past year has been an eye opener for Kenny Chesney. Having witnessed the destruction of Hurricane Irma firsthand in the Virgin Islands last September, he’s channeled those experiences – and his love for the Caribbean – into his uplifting new track “Song for the Saints.” Chesney’s home on the island of St. John was destroyed by the hurricane last fall, though the country superstar This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear Kenny Chesney’s Virgin Islands Tribute ‘Song for...

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Hear System of a Down Guitarist’s Heavy, Political New ‘Dictator’
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“I don’t need a dictator to control me,” System of a Down guitarist Daron Malakian sings on his heavy new song “Dictator.” The song, which is also the title track of the upcoming album by his side project Scars on Broadway, throbs with tension throughout its three minutes with crunchy guitars, an urgent This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear System of a Down Guitarist’s Heavy, Political New...

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