Let me start by saying that I am not even sure I like this band. That’s not to say that I am trying to get a pass on them. I might like them, I might not. Whether I do is not the point. It’s that I can’t figure it out yet I will excitedly watch … Continue reading Future Islands and the Cult of Samuel T. Herring
I rarely watch live TV. Yes, I’ll turn on the news in the morning while I’m getting ready for work. But for the most part, it is watching via DVR. Which means that I can view what I want when it is convenient (generally in the evening, when, I suppose, most people watch TV) and … Continue reading My Ears Glaze Over. . .
Season three of everyone’s favorite fashion show opens with a story of birth, redemption, and rain coats. Ask yourself, What Would Draper Watch?
I love Ringo. I mean, he’s the most underrated member of the most revered band in rock and roll history and he’s not taking any shit from nobody. According to the AP, the 67 year old (!!!) Ringo walked off the Regis and Kelly show this morning instead of cutting short his performance. Both sides … Continue reading Ringo Tells Regis to Cram It
What’s not to love about a hip new live-action kids show that features a guestlist of performers like Biz Markie, The Shins, M.I.A.? One alternadad tunes in finds out: not much.
According to Billboard, CW’s ‘Gossip Girl’ Brings More Hits To TV. It’s the next big thing from “The OC” creators, Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage. And once again, Alexandra Patsavas will be the musical supervisor. But don’t expect Dan Deacon or Deerhunter to be playing showcases at the Peach Pit or the Bait Shop, or … Continue reading “Gossip Girl” is the Pop “O.C.”
A new post-teen drama attempts to capture the O.C. fanbase.
Thank goodness for Tivo. I don’t understand how anyone watches Idol without it. Tonight’s finale lasted over two hours, but it took me less than 45 minutes to watch it.
Why do telemarketers hate “American Idol”? Turns out they have a better reason than the rest of us for their fear and loathing of Ryan Seacrest.
She’s the wet dream of dorks everywhere and now she’s hosting the MTV Movie Awards, the second lamest awards show on television—just behind the People’s Choice Awards. But we’ll be watching, and so will you.