Wayne Coyne Reviews 2017: On The National, Fyre Fest, Taylor Swift, Punching Nazis, & More

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It’s that time of year again. The time where, no matter how dire and infuriating and confounding the world is, you can at least try and take solace in the season’s traditions. That’s what those are there for, right? To give you a little sense of order, something to hang onto amidst the frenetic pace … More »

The 11 Juiciest Music Beefs Of 2017

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Twitter beefs had a landmark year thanks to the election of a narcissist with a fragile ego as our Commander-in-Chief. But unlike the style of online squabbles we’ve all grown fond of, the ones Trump started could not simply be watched with delight and your favorite popcorn gif (the “Thriller” one is the … More »

Watch James Corden Get Into Hijinks With Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith

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Eager-to-please British late-night host James Corden may have reached a new apex of jolly starfuckery. On last night’s episode of his Late Late Show, Corden recorded an endless 14-minute comedy bit backstage at a big Jingle Ball pop concert in Los Angeles. In the clip, Corden takes over as general manager of the Forum, which … More »

Stop Enabling These Dweebs, Beyoncé

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Can we talk about Eminem’s Revival tracklist for a minute? It is not a promising tracklist. “Foreboding” is a better word for it. Look at these features:

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— Marshall Mathers (@Eminem) December 5, 2017 I have not yet heard “Bad Husband” featuring X Ambassadors, but I am certain … More »

Vince Staples Reviews 2017: On Fyre Fest, Fidget Spinners, Rick And Morty, & More

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In a series of interviews, we’re asking some of the artists behind 2017’s best albums to reflect on the year that was. Yesterday was Perfume Genius’ turn. Here’s the latest… More »

Taylor Swift – “…Ready for It? (BloodPop® Remix)

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Over the last few months, BloodPop® has remixed songs by HAIM and Lana Del Rey, and the producer’s latest remix takes on one of the year’s best pop songs, Taylor Swift’s “…Ready For It?.” His bouncy, lighter take on the track was briefly a Tidal exclusive, but you can now listen via … More »

Taylor Swift Is A Time Person Of The Year

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A little while ago, Donald Trump, who Time made Person Of The Year last year, tweeted that Time had offered to grant him the same honor again this year but that he’d have to sit for an interview and a photo shoot. Trump also said that he turned the magazine down. People from the magazine … More »

Watch Taylor Swift Do “Look What You Made Me Do” And “End Game” Live For The First Time At KIIS Jingle Ball

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Taylor Swift performed at KIIS-FM’s annual Jingle Ball concert in Los Angeles last night, breaking out some 1989 hits like “Blank Space” and “Shake It Off” before performing Reputation’s “Look What You Made Me Do” and “End Game” live for the first time. (Ed Sheeran was there too; Future was not.) Watch below. More »

Taylor Swift’s Reputation Will Finally Start Streaming Tonight

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After its release three weeks ago, Taylor Swift’s Reputation is headed for streaming services on Friday. The pop star’s sixth studio album was initially released solely for purchase in digital and physical formats. Following its 11/10 street date, it has topped the Billboard 200 chart for the past two weeks and as of … More »

Superstar K-Pop Boy Band BTS Launch Their American Invasion

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The best way to judge a boy band’s potency is the intensity of the screaming throng that accompanies its every move. That was true in the 1960s, when the mop-top-era Beatles incited widespread hysteria, and it was true again at the turn of the millennium, when Backstreet Boys and NSYNC became the faces of a … More »