It’s being called one of the bloodiest carnages since Sri Lanka's 25-year civil war ended a decade ago.
“The situation is impacted by the partial government shutdown.”
In this week's roundup of essential new projects: Young Thug surprises us (again) alongside Nicki Minaj, 21 Savage, and Lil Uzi Vert, Tinashe (finally) returns with her third LP, and War on Women pick apart America's bullshit.
New albums from The Killers, Knox Fortune, and Jhené Aiko top this week's list.
The comedian looks to a utopian year 2067 in Britain, where no one eats meat any more.
No mention of boats, no laid-back bars.
He reminds us that great mixing involves more than digging up obscure tracks.
Carnage assembles a who's who of buzzing rappers to apologize for how hard their diamonds are shining.
We discuss the implications of music's hottest topic with the creator of EDM Ghost Producer.
Sex, Drugs, and Future House
Lennar Digital called out the Guatemalan producer on Twitter.
This extreme video was filmed in Uruguay ahead of the producer's forthcoming debut album, 'Papi Gordo.'