Tag Archives: Brings

SXSW Film Review: Her Smell Brings a Fictional Rocker’s Pain to Vivid Life

The Pitch: The riot grrrl answer to soulless assembly-line music biopics like Bohemian Rhapsody, Her Smell charts the descent — and potential rebirth — of Becky Something (Elizabeth Moss), the frontwoman of an all-female grunge band in the vein of Bikini Kill, Bratmobile, and L7. As the ’90s come to a close, Becky’s drug abuse and unspooling

Maggie Rogers brings out Florence Welch for stellar “Light On” rendition in London: Watch

On Tuesday night, Maggie Rogers welcomed Florence Welch during her performance at London’s O2 Academy Brixton. After moving through the song’s intro and initial chorus, Rogers introduced the Florence and The Machine frontwoman, explaining, “Ladies and gentlemen, it is a full moon and we are in South London. May I please introduce to you my

Noname brings Smino and SABA to Fallon for “Ace” performance: Watch

Hip-hop fans are still eagerly awaiting word on a teased collaborative album from Noname, Smino, and Saba. After all, Noname and Saba’s put out some of our favorite albums of 2018 with Room 25 and Care for Me, respectively, and Smino’s NØIR wasn’t far behind. While the trio seem content to keep us agog, they did join forces for an appearance on Fallon on Monday

Janelle Monáe brings Dirty Computer to Austin City Limits: Watch

Before the weekend hit, Consequence of Sound provided you an early look at Janelle Monáe’s appearance on PBS’ Austin City Limits with video of her performing “Make Me Feel”. The episode aired on Saturday, and you can now watch the entire thing below. The eight-song performance leaned heavily on material from Monáe’s latest record, Dirty Computer, which many are looking at

Film Review: Can You Ever Forgive Me? Brings a Stranger-Than-Fiction Story to Film

The Pitch: No one wants to read a biography about Fanny Brice. That’s a reality that biographer Lee Israel (Melissa McCarthy) stubbornly refuses to face, even as her rent falls months behind, her relationship with her agent (Jane Curtin) grows ever more strained, and her vet refuses to take a look at her sick cat

Travis Scott brings ASTROWORLD to SNL with help from Kevin Parker and John Mayer: Watch

Travis Scott made his SNL debut with a pair of star-studded performances supporting his smash new album, ASTROWORLD. The Houston rapper was joined on stage by Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker, John Mayer, and super producer Mike Dean as he ran through a medley of “Skeletons” and “ASTROTHUNDER”. Later, he returned to perform the album standout, “Sicko Mode”,

Arcade Fire brings out Pulp’s Jarvis Cocker to perform “Cunts Are Still Running the World”: Watch

The European leg of Arcade Fire’s Everything Now tour kicked off just a few days ago and already it’s generated a bevy of headlines. It was during the band’s show in Dublin late last week whey they honored late Cranberries singer Dolores O’Riordan by covering “Linger”. And last night, while performing in London, the band was