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Peter Murphy and David J reunite for 40th anniversary Bauhaus North American tour

In honor of the 40th anniversary of gothic rock pioneers Bauhaus, members Peter Murphy and David J have reunited for a special tour. “The Ruby Celebration” sees the pair playing the band’s debut album, In the Flat Field, in its entirety before segueing into an encore filled with classics from the Bauhaus catalog. An initial run of Fall

Ty Segall announces debut album as The C.I.A., shares “Pleasure Seeker” video: Watch

Last week, Ty Segall dropped off his fourth LP of the year, Fudge Sandwich. The prolific psych rocker isn’t quite ready to stash away his guitar, though. Segall is prepping to release yet another new album — this time with The C.I.A., his collaborative group with Denée Segall, his wife/frequent bandmate/photographer, and Emmett Kelly of

Ranking: Every Horror Movie Sequel From Worst to Best

Artwork by Cap Blackard (Buy Prints + More) Rank and File finds us sorting through an exhaustive, comprehensive body of work or collection of pop-culture artifacts. This time, we sift through the slush pile of horror sequels and separate the terrible from the terrifying. There’s perhaps nothing more pure than a stand-alone horror movie. Well, a

Axl Rose’s ballot is in the mail: “Vote Blue… Bitches!!”

Guns N’ Roses will be on tour overseas when the Election Day rolls around on November 6th, but Axl Rose is making sure his vote counts in the upcoming midterm elections. The singer has mailed in his absentee ballot in California, and is urging his fans to vote Democratic. Rose tweeted a photo of what

Golden State Warriors troll Fergie over her awful performance of the National Anthem: Watch

The Golden State Warriors aren’t just NBA Champions, they’re also world class trollers. If you recall, Fergie delivered a truly bizarre rendition of National Anthem at the 2018 NBA All-Star Game, which elicited a chuckle from Warriors forward Draymond Green. Fast forward to Friday when Fergie’s ex-husband, actor Josh Duhamel, was asked about the incident

Live Review: Elton John Says Goodbye to Chicago With Tears, Memories, and Jams (10/26)

Burning Out His Fuse Up Here With Everyone: Make no mistake, Elton John is a showman. Ever since he first toured in 1970 behind his eponymous sophomore album, he’s been a force to reckon with on stage. His countless costume changes, buoyant personality, and all-too-contagious energy has brought smiles, tears, and hope to millions upon millions

50 Cent bought 200 front-row tickets to Ja Rule’s concert “so they can be empty”

The Golden State Warriors’ trolling of Fergie is child’s play compared to what 50 Cent just did to his longtime rival, Ja Rule. After seeing tickets to an upcoming Ja Rule concert available on Groupon for $ 15 a piece, 50 Cent went ahead and purchased 200 seats “in the front so they can be