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27 Mar 06:29

Elizabeth Banks Time-Travels from the 1987 Grammys to attend the “Power Rangers” L.A. Premiere

by Tom and Lorenzo

you know what? i love it. its like she is some sort of aquatic business leader

Were we too subtle with that title? Sometimes we fear we’re not getting our point across effectively.

Oh, Miss Lizzy. We love you so, but there’s no way in hell we can love what you’re wearing here.


Here’s what: We don’t think saying “It looks like something from the eighties” really means much as a critique. Fashion is cyclical and the decade of the eighties dawned almost 40 years ago. To our way of thinking, an ’80s renaissance happening right about now means it’s pretty much on time. But this is a bit too literal. So much so, that we briefly wondered if it was vintage. The shoulders, saddlebag pleats and little rhinestone buckle are just a bit much in this case. Retro trends need to reinterpret the originals, otherwise it just comes across like old clothes.

It absolutely makes sense – and shows some wit – for her to be going retro for this particular premiere (although the MMPR were a ’90s phenomenon), but we just can’t get behind what that silhouette is doing to her.

Great color, fun idea, but we’d have much preferred a freshening up on the concept rather than just raiding the back of Paula Abdul’s closet.


Style Credits:
Zuhair Murad Blue Beaded Jumpsuit wth Belt from the Spring 2017 Couture Collection
Zoey Chico Earrings
Sydney Evan Ring
Edie Parker ‘Jean’ Clutch
Charlotte Olympia Shoes

[Photo Credit: Rich Polk/Getty Images – Video Credit: Lionsgate Movies via]

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23 Mar 16:47

Defeated League Of Legends Player Rams Head Through Computer Monitor 

by Brian Ashcraft on Kotaku, shared by Matt Novak to Gizmodo

Goodness. After losing a match, a League of Legends player in the Chinese city of Lanzhou, one player apparently got angry and slammed his head through the computer screen.


17 Mar 13:21

Stream Spoon Hot Thoughts

by Tom Breihan
Spoon - Hot ThoughtsSpoon's new album Hot Thoughts is the band's ninth album, and it's also their ninth really fucking good album, which is pretty incredible. The band co-produced the new one with psychedelic mastermind Dave Fridmann, and it's a little lighter on guitars than past Spoon efforts. But really, it's a Spoon album, which means it's … More »
16 Mar 21:30

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16 Mar 19:59

‘American Gods’ Looks to Be One of 2017’s Best New Shows

by Jonathan Sawyer

Upcoming Starz series American Gods is slated to premiere next month. The show is based on Neil Gaiman’s popular book of the same name, centering around an epic clash between old gods and new ones in the modern day.

Accordingly, here we showcase the first official trailer for the new series, starring Ricky Whittle as Shadow Moon, Ian McShane as Mr. Wednesday, Emily Browning as Laura Moon, Pablo Schreiber as Mad Sweeney, Yetide Badaki as Bilquis, Bruce Langley as Technical Boy, Jonathan Tucker as Low Key Lyesmith, and Crispin Glover as Mr. World.

This one looks to be one incredibly wild ride.

American Gods premieres on Starz April 30.

16 Mar 14:12

Blizzard Demands $8.5 Million In Legal Battle Against Cheat Maker

by Nathan Grayson

hot dang they mean business

Blizzard’s been waging a legal war against cheat maker Bossland, maker of prominent cheat programs for games like Overwatch, World of Warcraft, and Heroes of the Storm, for years. Bossland’s latest tactic? They’ve just stopped responding entirely.


16 Mar 14:11

America Is Number 1 in Opioid Use

by Joanna Rothkopf

honestly, this is the scariest thing happening in the world right now imo.

Data released by the United Nations find that the United States isn’t just first in the world in commissioning memoirs from Twitter users and putting cookies on sticks and frying them—we’re also first in overall opiate use.


16 Mar 14:08

Agent Provocateur Pairs Lamborghinis With Swimsuits for SS17 Lookbook

by Jonathan Sawyer

Visit the original post to see all 13 images from this gallery.

Brand: Agent Provocateur

Season: SS17

Key Pieces: Jo Jo one piece in black and white, Shannon two piece in pink, Keia one piece in khaki.

Editor’s Notes: Agent Provocateur return with a new batch of swimwear styles for spring/summer. In addition to an array of one and two piece swimsuit options, the label also presents a selection of beach coverups.

Most recently, we saw Agent Provocateur launching an assortment of monochrome swimwear.

16 Mar 13:49

Premiere: The Sextones conjure '70s soul on "Can't Stop"


one day i am going to pay people to make fan art of myself for my own birthday

When you think of soul music, Aretha Franklin, Etta James, Al Green and Stevie Wonder are probably on the tip of your tongue. Then, when you dig deeper, names like Sam Cooke, James Brown, Otis Redding and Gladys Knight will certainly reveal themselves. It is upon such touchstones which The Sextones , a four-piece out of Nevada, have constructed their soul-rock fusion, alighting on such classics as Green's "Let's Stay Together" and Wonder's "Superstition." As they ready the release of their long-awaited debut album, Moonlight Vision (out April 7), they have dropped the smoldering and groovy "Can't Sop," which is "our modern blend on what could have easily been a 90's R&B jam," says frontman Mark Sexton.

The band is also comprised of Alexander Korostinsky (bass), Daniel Weiss (drums) and Ryan Taylor (keys), and together, they are fueled by the ache of yesteryear but with a smart modern flip. "['Can't Stop'] was the first song written for the album," Sexton adds. "Written in 2013 in my parents garage, the song took shape in a couple hours. Its gone through several versions but has never deviated far from the original feel."

Ironically enough, Green released an album in 2003 titled I Can't Stop , which saw the noisemaker return to his Memphis roots with his long-standing collaborator Willie Mitchell at the helm. Surrounding its release, in an interview with NPR , Green reflected upon his early work in crafting his signature sound in the early '70s. "Willie kept cutting the tape off and running back to the beginning and says 'sing like Al Green, don't scream and try to sing something you're not.' I said, 'OK, I'm not going to put any feeling in it, I'm not going to put any emotion in it. I'm just going to sing it dry.'" What resulted was that charming and syrupy-sweet Green falsetto. Sexton may not sound like Green, but his approach to phrasing and melody is much the same: there is a nonchalant ease oozing from his vocal, flaked with the raw suffering and deep-rooted knowledge of what makes soul music so affecting and important. When he lets loose, particularly on "Home is You" and the title cut, he is a vision, crumbling mountains as he goes.

The record--set down in analog at Prairie Sun Studios in Sonoma, Calif. (the home of many Tom Waits albums)--washes over you, with the swampiness of Ray Charles, too, surging in their veins. They shake and rattle with brassy horns and other '70s flourishes, especially potent on such standouts as "Drunk on Your Love," the sultry club-floor "Analog Girl" and "Blame It on My Youth," one of the album's boldest movers. "Hey, sexy lady. Take a photograph 'cause I'm taking you home and promise I'll call you back," they pledge on the latter, a playful number. And if things get too outrageous, well, you can just blame it on their youth.

"One of the intentions of 'Moonlight Vision's production was to have a sonically classic sounding album –sounds that are reminiscent of music we grew up listening to, but with a modern character. I think we achieved that," Sexton previously said. The album's character is a glowing reminder of where music came from, at a time when the political sphere was tumultuous, at best (not unlike today's presidential administration), and serves as a vehicle to light a fire under a new generation.

Moonlight Vision is up for pre-order now via their Kickstarter campaign.

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16 Mar 13:43

Freddie Gibbs Rocks Palace & Supreme in “NO PRBLMS Freestyle”

by Jacob Davey

the esgn logo is great.

Fresh from returning to action and addressing his time spent in jail on “Crushed Glass,” Freddie Gibbs stays busy dropping more and more fresh heat with this “NO PRBLMS Freestyle.” Taking rising artist 6LACK’s atmospheric, R&B jam and laying down his slick coke bars on top of it, Gibbs takes the original beat to an entirely different, thugged-out realm. Flossing in a Supreme deck jacket and several pieces of Palace merchandise whilst clad in jewelry and driving Aston Martins and Bentleys, Gibbs is sounding ice cold and back on absolute top form again, as you can see in the Eric Nelson-directed video above.

“Kane” (a name the rapper will explain in the video) returned to action on “Crushed Glass” last week, where he reflected on being accused of sexual assault charges last year. Before his upcoming project You Only Live 2wice drops on March 31, check out Gibbs traversing the desert before a surprise plot twist in the visuals for “Crushed Glass” below.

In other music news, Frank Ocean may actually be collaborating with Chanel after recently surprising us by dropping a transgressive track of the same name. Get the scoop here.

16 Mar 13:36

Rosario Dawson at the “Iron Fist” NY Screening: Girl, That’s Not Your Dress. Maybe.

by Tom and Lorenzo

i am certainly biased because i love rosario dawson, but i think she pulls this crazy poncho of a dress off quite nicely. also that leg!

How can you tell when a ladystar just isn’t sure if her red carpet ensemble is fun or just crazy?


She starts leaning heavily on the “FUN” button.

Now, we lightly praised Chloe Sevigny when she wore this dress, but that’s because she seems to have had a better understanding as to how to wear it and style it. And also because she was wearing it an event where all the attendees were wearing something like it. It tends to stand out on a more conventional red carpet such as this one, and it doesn’t work nearly as well on a gal like Rosario. It really is a fun and interesting dress, and we applaud her for not only choosing something so odd, but also something that doesn’t cost as much as your car. But it really isn’t working, is it?

She doesn’t seem to know what to do with it, first off. Slapping on some snow boots and flicking your hair behind your ears isn’t gonna cut it for a look like this one. It’s not a dress that would respond well to aggressive styling (like adding belts, attention-seeking shoes, smokey eyes and/or bold lip, lots of jewelry and some sort of complicated, showy hairstyle), but we would definitely recommend an aggressive approach to coming up with a styling plan before heading out. Part of the reason it works with Chloe is because the braids were an inspired and unexpected choice that helped define and even explain the dress, and the black bangle made a showy, but not overwhelming way of punctuating the look. Of course Miss Rosario should keep the boots, given the weather in NYC this week, but just a tweak here and there in the styling could make a big difference. Even if it’s just some hoops or a small set of stacked bracelets, neither of which are the freshest concept in the world, we admit. They’d work, though.

Even so, we’re not sure styling could really save this for her. We talked around it and tried to talk ourselves out of it, but in the end, it’s another example of that ol’ T Lo style admonition: Girl, That’s Not Your Dress.


Style Credits:
Kenzo x H&M Printed Dress

[Photo Credit: Kristin Callahan/ACE Pictures/INSTARimages, Oliver Hadlee Pearch/H&M]

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13 Mar 11:49


by René

this is the weirdest trend ive seen yet

Vor zwei Jahren hat man sich falsche Sommersprossen noch mit Stencils und brauner Pampe ins Gesicht gemalt, mittlerweile ist man wohl dazu übergegangen, sich die Dinger gleich dauerhaft ins Gesicht stechen zu lassen.

Sydnerdyercosmetics hat seine ganzen Instagrams voll mit den Dingern, es dürfte davon aber noch sehr viel mehr geben, man muss für Sommersprossen-Tattoos jetzt glaube ich nicht wirklich nach Sydney fahren obwohl die falschen Sommersprossen dort möglicherweise eine herausragende Qualität haben oder was weiß ich, meine ursprüngliche Kritik, die ich bereits bei den Stencil-Sprossen formuliert hatte, gilt allerdings auch hier:

Die Sommersprossen-Verteilung ist zu regelmäßig und der simulierte Noise folgt meist nicht der Gaußschen Normalverteilung, weshalb die Sommersprossen von Anfang an künstlich wirken. Aber naja, hier jedenfalls jede Menge Sommersprossen-Tattoos:

09 Mar 15:02

PFW: REDEMPTION Fall Winter 2017.18 Women’s Collection

by admin

double collar trash bag leather coat skirt with puffy sleeves? YUP I LOVE IT. theres some mozart looking punk rock shit up in this collection

Discover REDEMPTION’s Fall Winter 2017/18 collection presented during the Paris Fashion Week. 


Opulent rebellion: a play of contrasts that captures the spirit of the contemporary world, opposing decadence and punk, a refined extravagance with a sense of urban grit. The result, true to the Redemption ethos, is sensual yet full of tension, and elegant with a twist. An idea of aristocratic punk suited for the metropolitan environment arises: at Redemption fashion is a creative act that always maintains an eye on reality. – from Redemption

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09 Mar 14:22

THEY.’s “What You Want” Video is ‘Inception’-Level Trippy

by Bianca Giulione

that first video and song are pretty coo'

Not for the faint of stomach, rising alt-R&B duo THEY. just dropped a trippy video for their track “What You Want.” Taking place in an Inception-style hotel, the camera moves with nearly each beat as Dante Jones and Drew Love canoodle with some lady friends and cause a ruckus in the hallway with their posse. It is clear that this video was conceived in an alternate reality where Inception director Christopher Nolan formed a power couple with a Chicago rap music video cameraman and together produced the spawn that grew up to direct this THEY. video. We mean that in the best way possible.

THEY. have just embarked on a massive US tour for the next month and will hop across the pond to Europe in April. Check out their tour dates and cop tickets here. Highsnobiety Music had the exclusive on their latest track “All” – released a few weeks ago on Ebro Darden’s Beats 1 radio show.

Revisit THEY.’s “U-RITE” right here.

In other music news, get the scoop here on what we know so far about Drake’s highly anticipated More Life playlist dropping soon.

03 Mar 17:04

Missoni Fall 2017 Collection

by Tom and Lorenzo

wow i love it

Angela Missoni communicates the femininity of our times, prepared to confront the conflicts and dilemmas of our contemporary society: the conditions, needs and rights of all women and all minorities.

A trans-generational femininity that is urban, emancipated, committed and immersed in life’s dizzying rhythms and ever-increasing responsibilities; while entirely at one with nature and the environment and reflected in the various landscapes, seasonal colors and elemental energy that surround her.

A femininity that finds representation in Monte Rosa: the solidity of the mountain and the softness of its pinkish hues, a morning inspiration to Angela Missoni’s tireless quest to define Missoni’s style as its creative director.


[Photo Credit: IMAXTree]

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02 Mar 22:00

Emmi-Riikka, Illustrations.I’m absolutely loving the...

Emmi-Riikka, Illustrations.

I’m absolutely loving the illustrative work of Finnish artist Emmi-Riikka!  See way more of her work below.

Don’t miss Supersonic Art on Instagram!


Emmi-Riikka: Tumblr

02 Mar 21:50

New Music: Ace Hood “Give Thanks”

by Q Holder

Give Thanks

Hood Nation General Ace Hood takes time out to “Give Thanks” on his latest Scott Styles-produced cut. The quick-strike serves as the follow up to his well received Body Bag mixtape released last November.

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Related: New Mixtape: Ace Hood “Body Bag”

02 Mar 21:40

Here Are Most Incredible Life Forms NOAA Found on Its Latest Deep Sea Dive

by George Dvorsky

underwater venus fly trapapezius

For the past three weeks, biologists aboard the NOAA ship Okeanos Explorer have been investigating marine sanctuaries in the American Samoan region of the Pacific. They’ve found a smattering of weird and dazzling creatures, reminding us just how little we know about life at the bottom of the ocean.


02 Mar 21:34

Emily Ratajkowski – InStyle March 2017

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02 Mar 20:24

Oscars 2017: Alicia Vikander Helps us Confront our Lacism at the Vanity Fair Party

by Tom and Lorenzo

i love this dress

Kittens, we can’t even tell you how much this dress shocked us.


Now, you’re probably thinking we’re just a couple of histrionic queens and you’d be right in that, but this really did surprise the hell out of us. Why? Because it’s both a Louis Vuitton AND a lace gown – and we love it. Long-time kittens know that neither of these things are likely to pass our eye without at least a few bitchy complaints. In short, we’ve been complaining about both Louis Vuitton’s recent output and lace gowns for a really long time.

So, why do we love this one? Well, we’ll tell you after you take it all in and try to guess, because we’re all about being as interactive af around here:


First and most important: It’s an unusual shape for a modern lace gown, most of which are very form-fitting with a tendency toward flares and ruffles. This is a simple A-line, from waist to floor. It makes for an elegant, unfussy effect. Second, the lace is well chosen and utilized. It’s a beautiful color and no one succumbed to the temptation to bead it, shred it, or break it up with sheer portions or cutouts. The only embellishment is well-chosen: the gold needles around the neckline and down the back. It’s dramatic, glamorous and unexpected. Third, it has the kind of neckline you rarely see on the red carpet these days and almost never in a lace dress: a high one, accompanying a perfect low, sexy back. Fourth, the pale blue contrasting thread and what looks like a navy blue velvet underdress make unusual but appealing additions to the design.

It just really comes together nicely because of a set of thoughtful and unusual design decisions rendered with real subtlety. More of this from the house of LV, please.  She should’ve worn this one to the ceremony. It photographs much better than the black lace.



Style Credits:
Custom Louis Vuitton Emerald Green Long-Sleeve Dress
Bulgari Jewelry

[Photo Credit: Getty Images]

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02 Mar 19:32

You Won't Be Able to Stop Listening to This Remix Made From Harry Potter Sound Effects

by Andrew Liszewski

well worth a click through

Instead of digging through crates of old records looking for samples, Eclectic Method relies on pop culture to assemble its catchy electronic tracks. The group’s latest earworm borrows sounds and footage from the eight Harry Potter films, weaving them into a mindless ditty you’re probably not going to be able to stop…


02 Mar 19:31

Rihanna Heads to Harvard in Thigh-Highs

by Tom and Lorenzo

Rihanna is spotted at Harvard’s Sanders Theatre in Cambridge, Massachusetts to receive the 2017 Humanitarian Award for her charitable efforts and contributions in Barbados.


We’ve just gotta love this. When Harvard invited you to come get your award, why not show up in tweed thigh-highs, dammit? That’s how a diva rolls. We really love this look, although it comes off a little snug on her and it’s clearly a tricky thing to work out in the real world. Definitely not the kind of dress that’s going to look great 2 seconds after exiting a limo, but we still love it for her. We think for real-word purposes, a more demure slit and a higher shoulder treatment (not to mention a half-size increase) would’ve really made this perfect.


Style Credits:
Monse Tweed Emsemble with Belt from the Fall 2017 Collection
Christian Dior Bag
Monse Boots from the Fall 2017 Collection

[Photo Credit: FameFlynet Pictures, IMAXTree]

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02 Mar 19:30

Overwatch’s New Hero Is Orisa

by Cecilia D'Anastasio

pretty cool! a zarya reinhardt hybrid! its always good to be less rein dependent. although since hte update everywhere i look is bastion bastion bastion

Overwatch’s new and 24th hero is the robot tank Orisa, who fights with a “fusion driver,” or a projectile machine gun. In a developer update video, Overwatch game developer Jeff Kaplan says her weapon has more range than nearly any other tank hero. She’s currently on the PTR.


02 Mar 18:25

chipsandbeermag: Warning Signs of Satanic Behavior. Training...


Warning Signs of Satanic Behavior. Training video for police, 1990

02 Mar 17:36

Netflix adds Comic Sans subtitles so you can ruin (or improve) your favorite movies
27 Feb 13:00

Niia – “Hurt You First” Video

by Chris DeVille

so i like this but i dont know why

Niia - "Hurt You First" VideoWe haven't checked in on Niia since her Future Islands cover back in 2015, but the futuristic lounge singer is back today with news of her official debut album. The aptly titled I is preceded today by "Hurt You First," a winsome tune about less-than-winsome self-protective behavior. It exists in that pleasingly languid Jessie … More »
24 Feb 22:56

Abigail Goldman’s “Wishful Thinking” at Spoke Art NYC.Opening on...

Abigail Goldman’s “Wishful Thinking” at Spoke Art NYC.

Opening on Saturday, March 4th, 2017 at Spoke Art’s location in New York City is artist Abigail Goldman’s fantastic looking exhibition “Wishful Thinking.”

Featuring dozens of her notable small-scale sculptures, “Wishful Thinking” is a continuation of Goldman’s on-going ‘dieorama’ series. Each free standing sculpture is an insular world unto itself, featuring a variety of narratives but all circling the same theme - murder.

Her subjects, although less than an inch high, are aggressive, vindictive and bottom- line homicidal, although one would not guess it based on their provincial appearance. Goldman’s environments range from picturesque suburban settings to objectionable street corners and alley ways, littered with graffiti and trash. Each work encapsulates the precipice of these gruesome murders, allowing viewers to speculate on motive and implication. Working for years as a crime reporter at the Las Vegas Sun and later as an Investigator for the Federal Public Defender of Nevada, Goldman has explored her darker side in both her work as an artist but also professionally in her career.

Wishful Thinking” will be on display until March 26th, 2017 and if you’re in the New York City area, definitely seek it out.

Don’t miss Supersonic Art’s store of amazing things!

24 Feb 22:55

Spoke Art at SCOPE New York.Opening on March 2nd and going...


that second one looks like those charcoal blackhead removal masks after you peel em off

Spoke Art at SCOPE New York.

Opening on March 2nd and going through the 5th, 2017 at SCOPE New York,  Spoke Art Gallery will be showcasing a range of painting and sculpture in a mini group exhibition, highlighting works from return artists like ONEQ, Dan Lam, Mark Drew, Scott Scheidly, Lauren Brevner and more.

Held at the historic Metropolitan Pavilion, Spoke Art will be located at booth #027.

20 Feb 19:30

Josh Gad Ambushes Daisy Ridley with the Mother of All Star Wars Spoiler Probes

by Beth Elderkin

this is a beautiful room to be in

No one is allowed to ask Daisy Ridley about Star Wars: The Last Jedi spoilers ever again.


15 Feb 15:15

YouTube Cancels Pewdiepie's Show, Removes Him From Premium Advertising

by Patricia Hernandez

nonsense censorship. he was pointing out how stupid fivver is and how they will accept anything. ridiculous. and the skewing of that to make ridiculous headlines is dishonest at best.

A month after YouTube’s biggest star uploaded a video containing the phrase “Death To All Jews,” the service that once hosted that very content is distancing itself a bit from Felix Kjellberg.