The VH1 Supersonic lineup is here, and a wide array of artists will be making their way to India to play the festival. VH1 Supersonic promises a stellar cast of talent hailing from a variety of genres. Electronic musicians are a heavy contingent with Diplo and Illenium as headliners, with Gryffin, Nitro Fun, and Zonderling will also be performing.
Other performers will include Machine Gun Kelly and Madame Gandhi in addition to a plethora of artists hailing from India. Further lineup additions are expected to land in the coming weeks. VH1 Supersonic will take place in Pune’s Mahalakshmi Lawns, running February 7 – 9. Tickets for the festival are available here.
At some point in the last day or so, Young Thug’s pretty good new album So Much Fun changed, subtly but undeniably. The third track, “Ecstasy,” a shitkicking ode to getting high out of your mind on various illicit substances including but not limited to MDMA, used to be a solo Thug song. Now, it … More »
The universe has been expanding for approximately 13.8 billion years, and ever since the advent of recorded sound, popular music has followed suit. New galaxies of sound are constantly springing up and spreading out, intermingling and morphing and exploding. An adventurous music fan is never bored. Yet this past decade the pop mainstream has exhibited … More »
Can you believe it’s been less than 10 years since Miley Cyrus released “Party In The U.S.A.”? The song, which reached #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and became her bridge from the Disney Channel to a grownup mainstream audience, feels like it has existed for several lifetimes. It was in fact released in August … More »
Who are all these people? This was my first time seeing the 1975, and I was shocked at the sea of humanity in front of me, packed together closely with no easy path to the front. Granted, the Manchester band are huge in their native UK, and they’ve been playing Columbus from the beginning, working … More »
It’s hard to imagine a less of-the-cultural-moment movie than The Dirt, the story of Mötley Crüe’s rise to fame and fortune. The 2001 book on which the film (out today on Netflix) is based, and about which its “as-told-to” guy Neil Strauss is contractually forbidden to speak, depicts the members of the group, in their … More »
Netflix will premiere their new Mötley Crüe movie, The Dirt, on 3/22. Machine Gun Kelly stars as Tommy Lee with Douglas Booth as Nikki Sixx, Iwan Rheon as Mick Mars, Daniel Webber as Vince Neil, and Pete Davidson as Elektra A&R guy Tom Zutaut. More »
Sundance Film Festival will return in 2019 with a record-breaking 14,259 submissions from 152 countries. Held annually in Park City, Utah since 1985, Sundance is the largest film festival in the US and showcases upcoming cinematography from around the globe. Additionally, one of the hottest winter vacation spots hosts various panel discussions and this year a grip of exciting live music events.
During the festivities, Park City will get a nic of headline performers at Snowfest 2019, including an appearance from Diplo on January 24 to kick things off, followed by rapper G-Eazy on January 25. Machine Gun Kelly takes the state on January 28, and Martin Garrix will close the event out on February 1. The four-night music festival will be held at Park City Live on 427 Main Street.
Passes to Sundance Film Festival are still available and tickets to Snowfest can be purchased here.
A new film by new couple Shia LaBeouf and FKA Twigs is one of the 112 films selected to screen at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, along with documentaries on David Crosby, Leonard Cohen, and Miles Davis. Honey Boy, starring LaBeouf and FKA, is written by LaBeouf and directed by Alma Har’el. It follows a … More »
After taking aim at Die Antwoord frontman Ninja on Kamikaze track, “The Greatest,” Eminem has locked, loaded, and fired a “KILLSHOT” at rapper Machine Gun Kelly, another target from Em’s recent surprise LP drop. Eminem originally targeted Kelly on Kamikaze‘s “Not Alike.” Kelly quickly rebutted the callout with a diss aimed back at Eminem on “Rap Devil.” “KILLSHOT” is Eminem’s scathing response to MGK’s returned volley, and as to be expected, the song is a coarsely worded verbal assault that essentially ends the conflict in four minutes.
“I’m 45 and I’m still outselling you,” Em spits, “I’d rather be 80-year-old me than 20-year-old you.” Eminem taunts MGK in his claim that he has “more fans” in MGK’s city than the Cleveland rapper himself, before taunting, “what good is a f****ng machine gun when it’s out of ammo?” The no holds barred diss track even goes after MGK’s man bun — the veteran Detroit emcee spares no punches. Eminem raps, in a nod to the single’s artwork, a sketch of MGK, complete with the aforementioned man bun and glaring crosshairs on the junior rapper’s face. If anything is for sure, it’s that Eminem just discharged another hollow point, and he’s not only got menacing aim, but plenty of ammo in the chamber.