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Kate Meizne on Jobber's tribute to pro wrestling, Hell in a Cell
Kate Meizne on Jobber's tribute to pro wrestling, Hell in a Cell
Back in the mid-’90s, if you turned on the TV and saw Barry Horowitz patting himself on the back in a wrestling ring, you knew something bad was about to happen. Heavily bearded and magnificently mulleted, once the bell rang, he’d get twisted up like a pretzel in Bret Hart’s Sharpshooter, or press-slammed by the Ultimate Warrior, or maybe have his head kicked by Shawn Michaels. Horowitz is chie...
Just What I Kneaded went from a passion project to a celebrity-favorite bakery
Just What I Kneaded went from a passion project to a celebrity-favorite bakery
It’s always beautiful to see a small business not only succeed but thrive in its community and become a destination for all walks of life to enjoy. For Justine Hernandez, she found her passion in vegan baking and started from grassroots beginnings, selling culinary creations from her home before taking the plunge to open her first brick-and-mortar bakery, coffee shop and cafe. Afte...
Red Hot Chili Peppers, the Gaslight Anthem and 8 other things you need to check out this week
Red Hot Chili Peppers, the Gaslight Anthem and 8 other things you need to check out this week
Check out The Latest – for all the essential new music, tickets and livestreams you need right now. Unlimited Love, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ new album, is the soundtrack to your weekend Bands don’t get much bigger than Red Hot Chili Peppers, and the release of new album Unlimited Love, out today, is one of the biggest moments in the 2022 musical calendar. Reuniting with g...
Courtney Barnett announces ‘Here And There’ festival with Snail Mail, Wet Leg, Sleater-Kinney and more
Courtney Barnett announces ‘Here And There’ festival with Snail Mail, Wet Leg, Sleater-Kinney and more
Courtney Barnett has announced a touring festival called Here And There. The event is a one-day, one-stage festival held at 15 different locations. The rotating lineup includes Bartees Strange, Ethel Cain, Faye Webster, Japanese Breakfast, Lucy Dacus, Sleater-Kinney, Snail Mail, Wet Leg and many more...
Snail Mail defied fears of the sophomore slump to make ‘Valentine’
Snail Mail defied fears of the sophomore slump to make ‘Valentine’
When it was time to start work on the second Snail Mail album, Lindsey Jordan only had a couple of songs ready. “If I don’t actually have anything to write about, I’m not gonna write anything. I don’t want to. I don’t want to waste my time — I don’t want to waste anybody else’s time,” she says. Speaking on Zoom from a London hotel room she’s j...
10 alternative artists Taylor Swift should collab with next after ‘folklore’
10 alternative artists Taylor Swift should collab with next after ‘folklore’
Taylor Swift recently surprise-dropped folklore, her eighth album, which is completely different from anything she’s ever released.  Swift, who’s known for country songs and pop hits, went alternative this time with the album she recorded while stuck at home during the coronavirus pandemic.  Read more: Th... Read More ...
Coachella 2020 lineup has Rage Against The Machine, YUNGBLUD, more
Coachella 2020 lineup has Rage Against The Machine, YUNGBLUD, more
Earlier this week, reports came rolling in of those rumored to be playing Coachella in 2020 including My Chemical Romance. While MCR aren’t on the final reveal, several of the speculated artists including Rage Against The Machine (who previously teased it themselves), Frank Ocean and Travis Scott have now been confirmed as headliners. A...
Culture Abuse drop new single and other news you might have missed today
Culture Abuse drop new single and other news you might have missed today
Snail Mail added new tour dates—plus, don’t miss Badflower live on NBC’s Last Call With Carson Daly. Check out the news you might have missed today below! 1. The Color Fred share new tour, premiere single The Color Fred, the project of former Taking Back Sunday guitarist Fred Mascherino, has returned after a 10-year hiatus with a new single and tour. “Don’t Give Up” ...

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