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We are not sure if it's the suspense from the delay of the release date or the technicolor trailer Warner Bros. just released, but we just cannot wait until The Great Gatsby hits theaters on May 10th. We may even have to head over to France to catch a second screening of it at the equally luxe Cannes Film Festival. Here are 10 reasons why we're waiting on the edge of our seats for Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby to come out, including feasting our eyes on Leonardo DiCaprio looking dashing as 1920s millionaire Jay Gatsby.
Rihanna, Big Boi and Ne-Yo step out for the Island Def Jam Grammy after party; Akon, Kelly Rowland, Gotye, Afrojack, Brandon Boyd and more celebrate with Republic Records; Swizz Beatz, Alicia Keys, John Legend, Rick Ross and more make it out for House of Hype Monster's Grammy after party; Neil Patrick Harris and Bonnie McKee party with Billboard on the roof of The London; Alessandra Ambrosio, Ashley Benson, Sting and others celebrate with Warner Music Group at Chateau Marmont; Red Light Management takes over Skybar for a post Grammy soiree with Natasha Bedingfield among others— get the lowdown on who was out celebrating at L.A.'s top post-Grammy events in this edition of Last Night's Parties!
Rita has been called a mix of Rihanna, Ke$ha, Beyonce, and even Jessie J; however, she has proved stand out amongst these established recording artists, having only released a few songs under her belt. She has developed in to an artist with a wide range, singing both pop and R&B/Soul. With a tomboy mixed with retro-vintage style, she has a bubbly personality that reflects on to her music. At a young age of 21, she says she hasn't really felt a heartbreak yet and prefers to just "party and bullshit." Check out today's style phile! More»
Asia is a secret playground for musicians. Music festivals are rampant in the summer months, and huge international acts share the stage with obscure but equally good local artists. The best part about music festivals in this part of the world is that they have yet to develop a mainstream following like that of Glastonbury or Coachella, making tickets accessible and affordable. On the artistic side of things, musicians who play at these festivals often drop the superficial act largely due to the absence of the paparazzi and the presence of fans that are truly there for the music, rather than the festival brand. Here are some festivals coming up in the summer that are worth booking your flights for. More»
- Imagine a world where Angelina Jolie is interviewed by Suri Cruise. I bet my thetans it's only a matter of time. [ThoughtCatalog]
Mick Jagger sends Kristen Wiig off in style in the season finale of Saturday Night Live -- and she sings at the after party, Pearl Jam will be a headliner for Jay-Z's "Made In America" music festival, Adele racks up 12 awards at the 2012 Billboard Music Awards, and more on today's Music News Round Up! Check it out.
Welcome to round two of Coachella Weekend 2012. With one weekend down and another three days of shows ahead of me, it's almost like I get a do-over and can now make educated decisions for this round of Coachella evening stage-hopping. Having this personal wisdom and experience from which to base this weekend's festival choices, I thought I'd share my humble opinion with you all for anyone who cares to know what my picks and nixes for shows to see this weekend. There are many out there who disagree with much of what I'm about to submit to you but, as my dad always says, that's why there's chocolate and vanilla. Therefore, here's why I think you can't miss Calvin Harris and should *seriously* consider forgoing Radiohead in my Coachella Weekend 2 Shows to See & Skip. More»
Popular songs these days are all about the chorus. People often sing aloud without knowing lyrics to the full song, and would be shocked if they actually knew what some of their favorite songs were really about. Here are eight songs with surprising subject matter. More»
Thursday, June 20
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.