Traditionally, when people say hardcore bands have “progressed” it means they’ve begun the slow process of abandoning the genre for something more accessible. Plenty of hardcore bands have started slipping into 90s alt-rock territory, but Baltimore’s Turnstile use their new album, Glow On, to draw out the fact that heavy radio-friendly rock was built on […]
Some of the best costumes and props that fans and cosplayers prepared for this weekend’s comic, games, movies, and everything expo, C2E2.
Plus four screenings of Inside Out.
Plus two screenings of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
And two opportunities to see SpongeBob SquarePants movies on Thursday.
Chicago hosts another week of alfresco entertainment.
And Comfort Station kicks off a series of outdoor silent film screenings.
The Music Box’s festival, devoted to the celluloid format, begins tonight.
“Hotline Bling” is one of four new songs the Toronto rapper-singer debuted this past week, and though it hasn’t gotten as much attention as the dis tracks aimed at Meek Mill, it’s the best of the batch.
The ideas behind Disney-Pixar’s new film about emotion have local roots.
Inside Out This week we take a look at Results, the latest comedy from indie stalwart Andrew Bujalski (Funny Ha Ha, Mutual Appreciation, Computer Chess), and Inside Out, the latest Pixar animation. Guess which one is going to make a yawning ass-load of money this weekend? From Mayerling to Sarajevo Check out the new issue […]
In the Pixar animation Inside Out, the mind of an 11-year-old girl becomes the stage for a great adventure.
Today’s 12 O’Clock Track is “Burning Fight” by Inside Out
Open house and photo show tonight, at the Taylor Street site of future National Public Housing Museum.