“I don’t want this Saturday to end.” Rebecca Black, controversial songstress, has come out with perhaps her most mature work yet in ‘Saturday,’ which picks up from where her premiere title left off. Yet this is an older and wiser version of Black than we heard on ‘Friday’: no longer is she “Lookin’ forward to the weekend (weekend),” but rather contemplating what it means for said period to already be on the wane.
Considering how BANANAS Kanye West’s concerts have been recently, it’d almost be believable that he was behind the celebrity mocking of his most recent music video starring his soon-to-be wife, Kim Kardashian.
But you know that Kimye has nothing on Sames Roganco.
David Bowie’s new album, The Next Day (which Gothamist reminds us is his first studio recording in a decade), will drop on March 12th. That’s so soon! But in the meantime to hold you over, here’s an incredible Lynchian short film for his single “The Stars (Are Out Tonight),” in which he and Tilda Swinton play a middle-aged married couple who are visited by the creepy, Lady Gaga-esque ghosts of Bowie’s past.
Arcade gaming geeks won’t have to wait for Christmas to start enjoying goodies from Daft Punk and the upcoming film, Tron Legacy.
The new movie has a 21st-century look, but as nerdling MTV VJ James Montgomery informs us, “This video is a throwback to the classic Tron film, the whole 8-bit, early Silicon Valley cocaine Read More