Up-and-coming Japanese actress Nana Mori released the new animated music video accompanying her song “Henji wa iranai” (“No need to reply”), one of the tracks included in her new single “KAERUNOUTA.” The song is a cover of J-pop icon Yumi Matsutoya‘s debut single from 1972 (Her name was Yumi Arai at the time of release).
Eric Prydz is bringing his HOLO show to Tomorrowland — and possibly Creamfields — in 2020! In an exciting new announcement, Tomorrowland and Prydz unveil their upcoming collaboration, as the superstar DJ/producer makes his return to the festival over two weekends this summer. Unfortunately, his Holosphere only made it to one weekend last year, but
The 2020 Grammy Awards will have its moment of rock ‘n’ roll when Aerosmith drop in for a performance. Not everything is rolling smoothly in the veteran rockers’ camp, however, with drummer Joey Kramer reportedly launching legal action against his bandmates for not extending him an invite to play. Aerosmith is set to be honored
It’s a good day for bass lovers everywhere, because Excision just dropped the dates for the heaviest music festivals of the entire year! Bass Canyon goes down August 28 – 30 at The Gorge in Washington. A month later, Lost Lands takes place over September 25 – 27 at Legend Valley in Thornville, Ohio. Tickets are
Jimmy Heath, a Grammy-nominated jazz saxophonist and composer who performed with such greats as Miles Davis and John Coltrane before forming the popular family group the Heath Brothers in middle age, has died. He was 93. Heath’s grandson Fa Mtume told The New York Times that he died Sunday (Jan. 19) at his home in
Daft Punk‘s debut studio album Homework celebrates 23 years! Though the duo consisting of Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo didn’t technically break out until their second album, Discovery — Homework best celebrates the project’s early roots. The record, which released on January 20, 1997 via Virgin Records and Soma Quality Recordings, showcased Daft Punk in their rawest form, before they
Before he was singing about that “yummy-yum,” a young Justin Bieber was serenading new fans with “Baby,” his debut album’s lead single that was released on Jan. 18, 2010. Exactly a decade later, Bieber reminisced about those early days of his career on social media, where he marked the song’s 10th anniversary with a quick nostalgic post.
This world is full of creative ventures that tap into, for lack of a better word, untapped markets. While a lot of celebrity figures have embraced Community, an app that lets them direct text subscribers (and lets them text back), there’s still a level of impersonality to the proceedings. Enter Cameo, a newer platform that
BTS will be performing their new single “Black Swan” for the first time on The Late Late Show with James Corden later this month, the CBS late night show announced today (Jan. 17). On Jan. 28, the South Korean septet will perform the new track, which was released today as the first single off of
Marshmello dropped Joytime III in the middle of last year and let it marinate a bit before dropping his next original single, “Tongue Tied” with YUNGBLUD and blackbear. Now, a little over two months later, he’s back with five unique remixes to the alt punk single. Duke & Jones, PatrickReza, Gentlemens Club, HiGuys, and Near x
Judd Apatow’s The King of Staten Island, starring Pete Davidson of Saturday Night Live, will make its premiere as the opening night film at this year’s South by Southwest Film Festival. The Austin, Texas, festival on Wednesday announced that “The King of Staten Island” will kick off SXSW on March 13. The movie, Apatow’s first fiction film
Spotify just announced bespoke playlists for pets, and you’re about to see a lot of cute faces on the streaming platform in the coming days. The feature allows you to choose between five different pets currently: dog, cat, iguana, bird, or hamster. It asks you whether your pet is more energetic or relaxed, friendly or shy,
“Took a few years to soak up the tears, but look at her now,” Selena Gomez sings on “Look At Her Now,” one of the standouts on her third studio album, Rare. The song has been out since October, when Gomez released it as a preview of the project; in retrospect, this line functioned as
GRiZ and Dillon Francis make for the collaboration we didn’t know we needed until now! Of course, when any two DJs strike up a conversation on social media, our minds immediately jump to collab. This instance below seems especially promising, however, considering both parties are onboard from the get-go. “got a new joiiiiiint for u,” GRiZ
Jason Chaos is an entertainment ICON with years of success in entertainment. Starting out as a member of New York’s Club Kids along with household names like Richie Rich, Michael Alig, Amanda Lepore and James St. James, the group was recognized as an artistic and fashion-conscious youth culture and for it’s members outrageous costumes and
Renee Zellweger shared her triumph at the 2020 Critics’ Choice Awards with the women who inspire her, including the muse behind her superlative performance in Judy and the talents who shared her category, too. After winning best actress for portraying Judy Garland in the Rupert Goold-directed biopic of the late actress and singer, Zellweger began by shouting out many