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This is Pussy Island

Zoë Kravitz is making her directorial debut with psychological thriller Pussy Island. In the works since 2017, the film centers around a cocktail waitress who worms her way into the inner circle of a tech mogul. Safe to say, we expect wild things to ensue. Read everything we know about the film so far.

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These twenty one pilots fans camped in line for over 10 hours

Since the release of their sixth studio album, Scaled And Icy, twenty one pilots have been busy headlining festivals, playing their music to dedicated fans across the globe. Alternative Press visited their Takeover tour show at Brixton's O2 Academy to find out what their fans love about them.

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[Photo by Aiyush Pachnanda]

Treat yourself to Supersweet

If you’re looking to treat yourself to some fresh ink and good coffee, look no further than Supersweet. Located in Los Angeles’ Echo Park neighborhood, Supersweet offers a welcoming, vibrant atmosphere that’ll make you a regular in no time. Read more about LA’s first tattoo-meets-coffee-shop experience here.

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[Photo by Christina Badalian]

Enter the chaotic world of prettypuke

Everything prettypuke (aka Miller Rodriguez) makes is wonderfully chaotic. From shooting Girlpool and Joyce Manor to Lil Peep, the LA photographer proves that pushing boundaries and taking risks pays off. “I want people to know that my work is not salacious; it’s playful,” he says. “prettypuke is me looking at culture and getting it pregnant with ideas, and it’s all I have to keep me going.” Check out the full interview here.

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Meet the women behind this year’s Sad Summer Fest

This year's Sad Summer Fest kicks off today, boasting an exciting lineup ranging from Waterparks and State Champs to Mayday Parade and Hot Milk. But before you head out to join the fun, get to know the women behind the scenes. From tour managers to photographers, read how these women make magic happen all summer long.

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[Photo by Glenn Cummings]

The 1975 make their triumph return

The 1975 are entering their next era after teasing new single “Part Of The Band.” Along with the killer song, the band announced they have a new album on the way, Being Funny In A Foreign Language. Get all the details and listen to the heartbreaking new track here.

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Relive Freddie Gibbs’ Space Rabbit tour

Before concluding his Space Rabbit tour, Freddie Gibbs stopped at Portland's Wonder Ballroom and electrified fans with cuts such as “1985” and “Crime Pays.” And lucky for us, photographer Jerry Buttles was there to capture the action. Relive the show by checking out these incredible photos of the rapper in his element.

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[Photo by Jerry Buttes]

Clerks III enters the age of recreational weed

Kevin Smith's Clerks is a classic stoner comedy always worth a rewatch. Now its third installment is on the way, and these '90s characters have landed in the age of recreational weed. Wild, right? The Quick Shop has transformed into a weed store, and things get even more meta when Randal decides to make a movie of his life. Watch the trailer and get all the information here.

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Olivia Rodrigo, in a dive bar

After performing a sold-out show at the Manchester O2 Apollo, Olivia Rodrigo had more surprises in store. The artist visited Bunny Jackson’s, a Manchester dive bar, where she hopped onstage and covered Natalie Imbruglia’s “Torn.” You can watch the performance here.

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renforshort is prioritizing her mental health

This week, renforshort is celebrating an important feat via her debut album, Dear Amelia. The record revolves around mental health, where the artist pushes the conversation further than she ever has before. “Over these last few years, my mental health has taken a massive decline, which I didn’t even think was possible,” she says. “This is so present in my life right now [that] I really can’t write about anything else without sacrificing authenticity.” Read the interview here.

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[Photo by Luke Fenstemaker]