Tag Archives: Television

A Word With: Zendaya Doesn’t Need a Safety Net

Source: New York Times » Music

She talks about her leap from the Disney Channel’s “K.C. Undercover” into adult fare as a trapeze artist in “The Greatest Showman.”

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Rap Disrupted Music First. Now It’s TV and Film.

Source: New York Times » Music

Questlove, Salamishah Tillet and Jon Caramanica discuss depictions of rap’s old-school days as well as new series and movies with hip-hop embedded into their frameworks.

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Critic’s Notebook: ‘TRL’ Is Back on MTV, but Undone by the Internet

Source: New York Times » Music

The afternoon show thrived before phone screens were more enticing than television screens. Only four weeks into its reboot, the seams are visible, and frayed.

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Allah-Las prep covers EP (listen to “The Earth Won’t Hold Me”), expand tour

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Allah-Las have a new 10″ EP of covers coming out on November 3 via Mexican Summer, featuring their takes on Kathy Heideman’s “The Earth Won’t Hold Me,” George Harrison’s “Fish On The Sand,” Further’s “JO Eleven,” and Television’s “Hard On Love.”

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The Trumps Bow Out. Will Future Presidents Attend the Kennedy Center Honors?

Source: New York Times » Music

President Trump’s decision to skip the Kennedy Center’s gala eases the pressures this year — but could make it harder to attract other presidents.

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Good Cover Version: Tristen Does Television

Source: Fuzzy Logic

Good Cover Version: Tristen Does Television

Pulp gave the world the song “Bad Cover Version.” But seeing as I’m a sonic optimist, I’m of the belief that there’s more likely than not more good cover versions floating around than bad ones. Good Cover Version celebrates the good, and leaves all that bad and ugly stuff alone.

Much like Katy & Greta’s excellent covers album Take It, It’s Yours, Tristen‘s cover of the seminal Television track “See No Evil” takes masculine muscle and reimagines it from a feminine point of view. The spiky guitar is still much in the vein of the original, but Tristen’s ...

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Solid Sound Fest 2017: daily lineups & single day tickets

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

This year’s lineup features Television, Kurt Vile, The Shaggs, Big Thief, Robert Glasper and, of course Wilco. And much more.

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Episode 37: Girls Just Wanna Have Sun

Source: Ryme et Reason

HBO’s Girls comes back for their final season. It’s an accomplishment for Lena Dunham, the relative nobody who has launched a hundred careers as well as a weekly newsletter tacking a variety of issues. This episode focuses heavily on what happened last season and everything up to episode four of the sixth season. We also throw some theories in there about the the end of the series and the plans that Dunham has for Hannah Horvath. Spoilers ahead!

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Episode 37: Girls Just Wanna Have Sun

Obsessions:

Jeff is obsessed with this song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABLT6hdgEek

Joshua is obsessed with this show on Hulu.

Adi is obsessed with this movie on Netflix and this art exhibition in Washington D.C.

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Wilco’s Solid Sound festival: 2017 lineup & tix

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

This year’s lineup includes Kurt Vile, Television, Robert Glasper, The Shaggs, and more.

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Popcast: Mariah Carey and New Year’s Eve: Is the Fantasy Over?

Source: New York Times » Music

A panel discusses the singer’s disastrous live moment and how her voice — and persona — has shifted over the course of her three-decade career on the Popcast.

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