Review: Kendrick Lamar “To Pimp a Butterfly”

After three years, Kendrick Lamar is back with his follow up to the superb “good kid m.A.A.d city,” and holy s**t, it hits hard. The production is expansive, with glossy G-Funk grooves, squealing free jazz horns, dark atmospheres, clicky beats and swirling psychedelic synths. Lyrically, he doesn’t waste a second, discussing racism, identity, class division,


Richie Hawtin Proudly Presents for 2015: CNTRL Tour

Richie Hawtin proudly presents for 2015: CNTRL:Individuality & Creativity In Technology-Based Music, a college campus tour. Beginning April 15 in Boston, MA at Berklee College of Music and Middle East Downstairs, this innovative, inventive, and immersive experience will touch down at colleges and hot spots in eight major college markets across North America before finishing

Top 10 horror movies from 1960 to 1999

Horror movies aren’t just for Halloween, and while what we find hair-raising is subjective there are some films that are just unquestionably terrifying. Here is our list of the top ten horror movies of all time, listed in alphabetical order. The list includes movies that also cross into the sci-fi and thriller genres — but


Review: Fritz Kalkbrenner At The Avalon In Hollywood

Sometimes, there’s beauty in getting lost in the music on the dance floor. Everyone forgets about their work week or anything else that troubles them, at least for a little while. When the kick drum comes in, it’s nothing but smiles and ecstatic body movement. When you’re at the Avalon in LA, you’re guaranteed to


10 Reasons The Hunger Games Is Better Than Twilight

The Hunger Games and Twilight are completely different types of books/movies, and they are both incredibly popular. But the big question is — which is better. Are you ‘Team Gale and Peeta”, or “Team Edward and Jacob”? It’s time to put the Hunger Games versus Twilight debate to rest once and for all… The Top 10

The Next Step’s Trevor Tordjman and Brittany Raymond Spill on Season 3!

The Next Step, the hit young adult dance drama made in Toronto is huge with its young fans. It’s seen around the world and it won three nominations at the recent Canadian Screen Awards. Two of the show’s stars Trevor Tordjman (James) and Brittany Raymond (Riley) who not only dance together with in the Next


The 5 Greatest Comic Book Movies Of All Time

The Best Comic Book Movies Of All Time Comic book films are big business right now. Hardly a month goes by without some spandex-clad superhuman flying across our screens, dealing out vigilante justice with a smile and a quip. For all their silliness, comic books lend themselves extremely well to the film format. Here are


Recap: Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars, How Did Tyson Get Down The Aisle Edition

“What we really learned most out of ‘Marriage Boot Camp’ is that reality television celebrities really are cray cray,” was Aviva’s deep thought in interview in the final episode of the WEtv series. Sort of an interesting ending to a show that began with Director Jim and Elizabeth Carroll discussing the way the other cast

I for Iran Retrospective Shines Light on The Runner at TIFF

Amir Naderi paints a bleak portrait of life for Iranian orphans in poverty in the semi-autobiographical film shot during the Iran-Iraq War. A young boy named Amiro (Majid Niroumand) lives at the searing hot docks, looking for any kind of work he can get, mostly gathering bottles that have floated ashore, risking shark attack, selling


Review: Mike Watt and the Secondmen At Harvard and Stone, Hollywood

Punk Rock legends, heartbreak, and a full moon, what else could you ask for on a Thursday night in Hollywood? Perhaps a reserved parking spot in front of the bar or a free Uber ride, but that’s wishful thinking. March 6th of this 2015th year since Christianity claims to have its favorite Prophet’s birthday was