Dave Chappelle joins forces with Chris Rock, The Roots, Erykah Badu, Childish Gambino for Radio City residency

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Dave Chappelle is returning to Radio City Music Hall this August for a 10-night residency. He’ll be performing throughout the month with a rotating cast of comedians and musicians. Mostly notably, Chappelle will reunite with Chris Rock on August 5th as a sequel of sorts to their surprise co-headlining set back in March. Also joining Chappelle will be his long-time …

Ampwrecked 12: New Music For Your Ears

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Mutoid Man – Melt Your Mind (Sargent House) It’s Mutoid Man! Twirling a guitar around your head, air-drumming until your wrists fall off; it’s all part of the experience spliced together by Koller, Brodsky and of course, the master that is Nick Cageao. Melt Your Mind is just over 2 minutes of speed-thrash-excellence, that’s hella melodic in places (seriously, a lot …

Top 25 Films of 2016

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Movies aren’t dying. They’re not. They’re not dying because of more and more first-run filmmaking moving to streaming platforms. They’re not dying in the name of a globalized box office market, even if that’s going to dramatically change what they’re going to look like by the time the transition is over. They’re not dying because of Batman v Superman: Dawn …