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Halloween: Resurrection is the Worst Horror Movie Sequel Ever

Subscribe via iTunes | Google Play | Stitcher | Podchaser | RSS “Trick or treat, motherfucker!” Welcome back Huskers to another episode of Halloweenies, a limited series on the Consequence Podcast Network. If you recall, McKenzie Gerber, Dan Caffrey, Justin Gerber, and Michael Roffman are carving out one Halloween movie at a time leading up to the October 19th release of

Album Review: Carrie Underwood Balances Comfort and Risk-Taking on Cry Pretty

The Lowdown: With apologies to Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood is the only female superstar in country music today. There are some might-have-beens. Taylor Swift changed lanes. The Dixie Chicks went up in a patriotic bonfire. The generation of Reba, Faith, and Shania Twain are enjoying various degrees of retirement. In 2016, the percentage of purely

Eminem is ambushed by his imitators in new “Lucky You” video: Watch

In his music video for “Fall” last week, Eminem was chased down by his critics. Now for his new clip for “Lucky You”, the Detroit rapper, along with collaborator Joyner Lucas, is confronted by a massive group of hooded men who mimic his every move. It’s a bit amusing as well as eerie, but I’m

10 SoundCloud Artists You Should Know About

With so much of 2018 being dominated by huge names like Drake, J.Cole, and Travis Scott, it’s tough not to overlook those that have the quality or substance in their music, but may not have the big-name record label to push their product. With hip-hop reigning as the most popular music genre today, it’s even easier

Amigo the Devil unveils the infectious “Everyone Gets Left Behind” (featuring Brad Wilk): Stream

The rock troubadour known as Amigo the Devil is set to release new album, Everything Is Fine, on October 19th, and we’ve got an exclusive premiere of the infectious new song “Everyone Gets Left Behind”, featuring drumming from Brad Wilk of Rage Against the Machine and Prophets of Rage. Amigo the Devil, whose real name

Album Review: Aphex Twin Simmers and Boils on the Remarkable Collapse EP

The Lowdown: The latest release from the reclusive and prolific Aphex Twin finds the producer moving away from the more straightforward approach he has been dabbling in on recent work, turning up the heat on his slippery, electronic anthems, bringing them from a simmer to a rolling boil. The Good: The music on Collapse takes

Three classic Studio Ghibli film soundtracks to be reissued on vinyl for the first time

Since its inception in 1983, Studio Ghibli has established itself as one of the premier Japanese animation houses, and one that’s since changed the way the West has viewed Japanese filmmaking. Now, the soundtracks for three of their classic films are being reissued on vinyl for the first time. Due out through Tokuma, a publisher