Yelp Drama Ensues After Restaurant Owner Posts R. Kelly's Bail
As of this morning, Yelp has deleted several negative reviews of Love on the Blu.
Look: I Know Nothing About Yo La Tengo But You Probably Should
Their discography is daunting, they’re for nerds, they’re for you when you’re in your late twenties, and probably will be for years in the future.
Yung Lean Taps into His Inner Dylan on Lo-Fi ‘Nectar’ Project
It'd be hyperbolic to call him a modern-day Bob Dylan but this recent release: a) involves guitars and beat poetry; and b) is the best and most honest thing he’s made.
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Living Among the Monsters at Lady Gaga's Vegas Residency
On a night when even a power outage couldn't stop her, what impressed us most were the moments Gaga stripped back the neon, sitting alone at the piano.
Why It's Still Good to Me: Robert Christgau Reflects on a Half Century of Rock Criticism
The critic's new book 'Is It Still Good to Ya?' is out now.
We Reviewed Literally Whatever You Sent Us
We Reviewed Literally Whatever You Sent Us, Volume 24
Everyone has way too much time on their hands.
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Stream of the Crop: 12 New Albums for Heavy Rotation
New projects from Khalid, Lil Yachty, and How to Dress Well top this week's list.
Man Sentenced to Nine Months in Prison for Fake TripAdvisor Reviews
It’s the first time a conviction of this kind has been made.
Recently Closed Restaurant Posts Savage Responses to Its Bad Online Reviews
"Thanks for being one of our shittiest customers glad we’ll never deal with assholes like you again we’re doing just fine.”
'Hereditary' Is the Scariest Movie in Ages, But It's Not a Classic
Scariness alone can't save it from being just another horror movie.
Arctic Monkeys Are Done Being Rock Music’s Saviours
The grimy Sheffield romantics are back with an album that’s insular, moody, and straight-up weird. There are no singles on ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’, but that’s part of the appeal.
We Are All Dead Inside, Just Like The Weeknd
His headlining Coachella set proved the darkness is certainly real, but the deeper meaning remains questionable.