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Why It’s Finally Time to Get Rid of Music Charts

I discovered record charts in junior high school. Trying, yet again, to be cool, I started listening to Z-100, the local New York City Top 40 station. I was shocked to learn that all of pop music could be reduced to 40 songs. It seemed way too small. At the time, it felt like Madonna

Morrissey performs The Smiths’ “I Won’t Share You” live for the first time: Watch

In a first for Morrissey, the former Smiths singer managed to go an entire week without canceling a concert. Yesterday marked the conclusion of Moz’s seven-date Broadway residency at New York’s Lunt-Fontanne Theater, and fans who took the risk and purchased tickets to see the notoriously sickly frontman were rewarded with a few rare performances.

The live-action Akira remake might actually be happening this time

Rumors have swirled for so long about a live-action adaptation of Katsuhiro Otomo’s 1988 classic Akira that most avid followers of movie gossip have simply learned to tune out the noise. Going back to the 1990s, various filmmakers and studios have looked to mount a Hollywood production of the dystopian cyberpunk thriller, but nobody has ever

The Killers perform “Land of the Free” live for the first time on Kimmel: Watch

Earlier this year, The Killers released a brand new single called “Land of the Free”. Packaged with a powerful music video directed by the Spike Lee, the song saw the band taking a strong political stance regarding the America’s commitment to freedom and diversity. On Monday night, Brandon Flowers & co. performed “Land of the Free” live

Vampire Weekend play Father of the Bride songs live for first time on BBC Radio: Stream

When Ezra Koenig announced the new Vampire Weekend album, Father of the Bride, he promised to release two tracks a month before the LP’s release date. While that means we’ve so far been gifted four tracks from the Modern Vampires of the City follow-up, we’ve yet to hear any of the material live. Today, the band

Prosecutors recommend no prison time for Tekashi 6ix9ine as part of plea deal

Tekashi 6ix9ine   may get out of prison much earlier than expected. The 22-year-old rapper (born Daniel Hernandez) was facing a minimum of 47 years and a maximum of life in prison after being charged with nine federal counts, including racketeering, conspiracy, firearms offenses, and narcotics trafficking, last November. However, under the terms of his recent guilty

TV Review: Tom Hanks Helps Conan O’Brien Kill Time with His New Half-Hour Format

The times are changing, and Conan O’Brien is changing with them. In the age of YouTube, where most talk shows are more frequently consumed in digestible chunks on streaming the next morning, the 25-year late-night veteran is shaking things up after a three-month hiatus with a retooled version of Conan on TBS, which premiered last