Nick Cave discussed how he got into music (he was a failed painter) and his inspirations (surprise, the ever-gloomy Leonard Cohen tops the list).
‘i’ seems like a theme song tailer made for King James himself.
Scientists loaded Voyager 1 with a document called The Golden Record—an auditory account of life on earth, including greetings in different languages as well as music.
PJ Harvey was enlisted to make BBC’s Peaky Blinders more British and combat claims it’d become too Americanized.
Apparently has still not received the memo on the whole anti-bullying movement.
Knight and Comedian Katt Williams were arrested separately for allegedly stealing a paparazzo’s camera on September 5.
The US Forest Service issued an advisory not to risk death for bear selfies.
British singer-songwriter FKA twigs has had a breakout year with her debut full-length “LP1″ getting nominated for a Mercury Prize.
New Zealand police are now on the lookout for this West Auckland asshole after someone driving behind him snapped a pic and uploaded it to the internet.
Radcliffe would like to apply for membership in the club of people who surprisingly love rap.
Ferguson cops are already preparing to meet any protests that might erupt in the wake of an acquittal with a fully weaponized retaliation.
Kanye sings a verse on the highly pleasing fourth track ‘Can’t Stop.’
Hanover, Canada, has been a dry town as long as anyone could remember. For no reason, it turns out.
Belle and Sebastian will release their first new album in five years in January, their ninth full-length, titled, “Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance.”
It’s so forward thinking that that it’s gone all the way around the technology backlash and come out the other side—to non-technology.