It's that time of the year again when angels walk among us. Well, not among us but on a runway. The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show will return to screens in December. Even with several months to go, the show has already begun the hype by releasing the musical line-up for the 2015 edition.
The name Solomun is synonymous with deeply emotional dance music and transcendent DJ sets. His long-winded performances -- known for their engrossing, story-like arc -- are matched in quality only by his acclaimed studio creations.
Sandy Beales has gained a significant social media following thanks to working with One Direction as their bassist. But now, the shadowed guitarist is making noticeable strides to mark himself as a solo artist.
Carrie Brownstein’s forthcoming autobiography is shaping up to be a must-read. As we get ready to hear tales of her journey from Sleater-Kinney to "Portlandia" and back, we've been treated to a poignant excerpt, revealing what excellent storytelling we have in store.
T.I., whose comments on Hillary Clinton's candidacy are best summed up by his conclusion that "you might be able to the Loch Ness Monster elected before you could [get a woman],” has officially apologized after his remarks went viral earlier today (Oct. 13).
The Village Voice has a new owner. Voice Media Group, which acquired its namesake alt-weekly in early 2013 but has spent the past year shedding some of its other properties, announced on Monday it is selling its flagship paper to Peter D. Barbey, a Pennsylvania-based publisher and CEO of Reading Eagle Company.
You might remember guitarist-vocalist Tim Bruns as co-frontman of the Denver-based band Churchill. He’s back with a new project, and we’ve got the first look at their new single -- a poignant folk rocker called “Young.”
Rookie's fourth-annual yearbook (celebrating the teen-directed site's "senior year") was officially announced yesterday, and per usual, an impressive roster of contributors have added their unique flair via "articles, interviews, collages, photo editorials, and illustrations" to the 352-page book.