Everyone’s Favorite Misfit Rocker

By Alida Miranda-Wolff in Music

An interview with rock artist Kat Robichaud about snake-wrangling, Kickstarter, and drag performances View Now

Learn to Love Your Boyfriend

By Julie Mitchell in Music

An interview with New Orleans artist Boyfriend. View Now
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Absolut x Vita Motus: Breakin’ Monotony, Blurrin’ Lines

By Rachael Clemmons in Music

Breaking the monotony of the typical concert experience. View Now

“Rave Of Thrones” DJ Tour Finally Brings Hodor To Australian Dancefloors

By Mike Kalenderian in Music, TV

Because what better way to reward the nation that is the biggest illegal downloader of your TV series? View Now

Robin Thicke & Other Record Low-Selling Artists

By Mike Kalenderian in Music

In what for many will feel like karma, Robin Thicke’s latest album, Paula, has managed to sell a mere 530 copies in the UK in its launch week. And while the George Michael lookalike has fared better in his native U.S., selling 24,000 copies, it’s still a far cry from the 177,000 copies of Blurred Lines that were sold. View Now

Introducing: Marz Leon

By mattagustin in Music

Los Angeles’ Marz Leon debuted her trip-hop styled single “L O N E R” this past week. The track is a pulsating yet minimal arrangement (which she co-produced) that layers within lovelorn lyrical messages. We took the chance to briefly connect with Leon in the midst of her coming out party to the world. View Now

Maybe I’m In Love With Taylor Swift

By Jana Pollack in Music

At the very least I think she's adorable, sweet, lovely, and perfect, with beautiful relatable songs, and a magic face. View Now

Watch OK Go Play Tricks On Your Mind In Their New Video

By Mike Kalenderian in Culture, Music

Check out the new video for “The Writing’s On The Wall”, which will appear on OK Go’s upcoming album, Hungry Ghosts, due out in October this year. View Now

2014: The Year Pop Culture Died

By Mike Kalenderian in Culture, Music

That’s it. It’s not even halfway through the year, but I’m calling it: pop culture is ruined. Without further ado, I present you two signs, both which appeared this week. View Now
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Neave Trio bring classical music to a younger audience

By Melia Rayner in Music

Thought classical music was for your parents? A new film project series asks you to think again... View Now

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