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2 items from 2015

Adam Horovitz: ‘It’s weird not being a Beastie Boy. It’s all I did for 25 years’

12 March 2015 7:53 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Adam “Ad-Rock” Horovitz - who plays a forty-something learning to be less of a kid in Noah Baumbach’s While We’re Young - on growing up, life without Adam Yauch and why cassette tapes will never, ever be cool

Hello, Adam. While We’re Young is about a couple in their 40s trying to feel relevant again by befriending two twentysomething hipsters. You’re 48. Have you ever felt like that?

I guess so. They’re just like any other person our age. Like: “Oh, shit. I’m not 22 years old.” You picture yourself as being 22 always and so it’s very bizarre when you’re not. But I definitely don’t feel relevant and I’m very comfortable with that.

Related: While We're Young: Ben Stiller has a hipster replacement in brilliant comedy

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- Henry Barnes

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Watch: Roman Coppola's Unreleased Video For The Beastie Boys' "Too Many Rappers" Ft. Nas

13 January 2015 8:05 AM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Call it a different kind of crate digging. With Beastie Boys calling it a day following the death of Adam Yauch (aka McA, Rip), you might think there's not too many goodies left in the archives for the legendary hip hop group to share with fans. But you'd be mistaken. You can thank Irish studio Eoin McLernon for clicking around the internet and finding this unreleased video for "Too Many Rappers" ft. Nas. And for fans, it's definitely worth a watch. From the band's final album Hot Sauce Committee Part Two, the Roman Coppola-directed spot is a pretty lo-fi affair, filming the rappers in a variety of locations, and cutting together the footage into something that definitely captures the classic flavor of both the Beasties and Nas. It's definitely in the spirit of the Beastie Boys, even if not on the same level of spectacle as some of their latter-era videos. »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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