The Top Five Xander Singh Movie Scores of His Career

Xander Singh has been on top in his life and has also traveled through some pretty low spots. He left the group Passion Pit, then endured the breakup of his relationship. This was followed by health issues. His recovery included the release of his album “Muffin,” which is his solo debut. He found his way out of the tragic era in his life and continued on doing what he does best, and that is composing music. To honor his bravery and success in overcoming major life obstacles, we present the top 5 scores of Xander Singh. “That’s Not Us” (2015)

The Top Five Xander Singh Movie Scores of His Career
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Metallica Joins I'm Listening Campaign For Mental Health And Suicide Prevention

Entercom has announced the launch of the “I’m Listening” campaign for mental health awareness and suicide prevention.

The campaign includes a two-hour on-air special that will be broadcast live from Seattle on World Suicide Prevention Day, Sunday, September 10 at 10:00 a.m. Et / 9:00 a.m. Ct / 8:00 a.m. Mt / 7:00 a.m. Pt across all Entercom platforms, a first in the company’s history. Additionally, the campaign includes suicide prevention PSAs, on-air promos and live conversation airing on Entercom stations beginning today.

The two-hour live special will focus on personal stories from artists and celebrities while offering help and resources to listeners via a live call-in option. The conversation will be led by Bj Shea, Entercom Seattle Kisw-fm on-air personality, and will feature guests such as Christine Moutier, M.D., chief medical officer of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and Dr. Ursula Whiteside, clinical psychologist, CEO of NowMattersNow.
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‘Downward Dog’ Finale: Saying Goodbye to a Show That Was More Human Than Anything Else on TV

‘Downward Dog’ Finale: Saying Goodbye to a Show That Was More Human Than Anything Else on TV
On Tuesday night, “Downward Dog” bid farewell to TV. For now.

The short-lived ABC sitcom only got eight episodes on network television — still surprisingly more than you would expect for a show co-anchored by a dog pontificating on the true nature of “loyalty” or “boundaries.” But what makes the show’s disappearance from the airwaves so disheartening is that it had much more to offer to an audience beyond the bevy of dog owners who watched the show with their four-legged friends at their side.

It’s impossible to boil down this show to one simple takeaway, but “Downward Dog” did truly capture the worth of seeing the world through different eyes. Martin the dog became the conduit through which the audience reevaluated many of Nan’s (Allison Tolman) interpersonal relationships as well. But despite having an animal in the title, the lasting ways this show will resonate for fans
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Jauz Drops His Remix Of Passion Pit’s “Sleepyhead”

During his stint at Ultra Singapore a few weeks back, Jauz seized the opportunity to premiere his then unreleased remix of “Sleepyhead” by indietronica band Passion Pit. In the wake of deadmau5’s comments that he wouldn’t collaborate with the Shark themed producer, Jauz is rising above with the release of his Passion Pit remix in full.

As we previously heard from the Ultra live rip, Jauz delivers a solid rework of “Sleepyhead,” and fans will be excited to hear a high quality version of the remix. Kicking off with twinkling synth melodies and a plodding bassline, the “Feel The Volume” producer works in the altered vocal track from the original song, before moving into lighthearted future bass drops with rubbery plucks and 8 bit arpeggios.

Channeling his inner Marshmello, Jauz offers up a future bass re-imagining of Passion Pit’s 2009 song, retaining enough of the original’s identity while
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‘Swiss Army Man’ Clip: The Daniels Test Farting Corpse in ‘Motor-Butt’ Sequence – Watch

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‘Swiss Army Man’ Clip: The Daniels Test Farting Corpse in ‘Motor-Butt’ Sequence – Watch
Who would’ve thought that a film about a flatulent corpse would be so popular? The answer: Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, directors of “Swiss Army Man” starring Daniel Radcliffe and Paul Dano. After premiering at this year’s Sundance Film Festival to positive reviews, the “Daniels” won the festival’s U.S. Directing Award. The film was then picked up by A24 and had a stellar theatrical run, garnering $4.2 million at the box office.

Now, “Swiss Army Man” is set to be released on Blu-ray, and IndieWire has an exclusive behind the scenes clip where the directors test out the farting corpse for the “motor-butt” scene. Check it out below.

Read More: Watch: ‘Swiss Army Man’ Makeup Team Brings Daniel Radcliffe’s Farting Corpse To Life

For those unfamiliar with the picture’s plot, the story follows Hank (Dano), a man who is attempting suicide until he sees a
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Nicolas Cage to Star in Thriller ‘Looking Glass’ (Exclusive)

Nicolas Cage to Star in Thriller ‘Looking Glass’ (Exclusive)
Nicolas Cage will star in the independent thriller “Looking Glass” with production starting this fall, Variety has learned.

Music video and commercials director Dori Oskowitz will helm from a script by Jerry Rapp (“Mojave Phone Booth”) and Matthew Wilder, who wrote “Dog Eat Dog,” which also starred Cage and premiered at the Cannes International Film Festival.

“Looking Glass” follows a couple who, after experiencing a tragic loss, purchases a desert motel only to discover a series of disturbing, unexplained events that take place within one of the frequently requested rooms. Highland Film Group is handling worldwide sales.

Braxton Pope (“The Canyons”) is producing. Pope just wrapped the Fullscreen series “The Deleted,” written and directed by Bret Easton Ellis, and worked with Cage and Highland Film Group as a producer on the crime thriller “The Trust,” which premiered at SXSW.

Executive producers include Arianne Fraser and Delphine Perrier; Cameron Jones, executive
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Jauz Unveils New Passion Pit Remix At Ultra Singapore

We’ve already heard lots of good things come out of Ultra Singapore since last weekend, with Marshmello unveiling new material while deadmau5’s full set surfaced for fans who missed out on the action. During his performance at the massive festival, Jauz opted to test out a new future bass rework of indietronica band Passion Pit’s “Sleepyhead,” and thanks to a new live rip we have our first preview of the remix.

Jauz opens his remix with a twinkling synth melody layered over a plodding bassline while the vocal hooks from Passion Pit’s original are pitched up over top. Following a brief build-up, he takes the song into future bass territory with a Marshmello-esque drop, complete with stuttering chords, 8-bit synth leads and half time trap beats.

The Shark themed producer delivers a solid update with his “Sleepyhead” rework, crafting a new arrangement around the original vocals for a fresh production.
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The Ghostbusters Soundtrack Might Be Your Favorite Summer Party Playlist

The reboot of Ghostbusters doesn't quite live up to the brilliance of the original film, but at least we know it features some great music. The full tracklist is here, and there are some great artists on there: 5 Seconds of Summer, Pentatonix, Walk the Moon, Fall Out Boy featuring Missy Elliott, and Wolf Alice. The first original song, a rockabilly number by Elle King, debuted a couple weeks ago, and we have a few others. Here are all the songs available on YouTube, plus the official soundtrack on Spotify! "Ghostbusters" by Walk The Moon "Saw It Coming" by G-Eazy feat. Jeremih "Good Girls" by Elle King "Girls Talk Boys" by 5 Seconds of Summer "wHo" by Zayn "Ghostbusters" by Pentatonix "Ghoster" by Wolf Alice "Ghostbusters (I'm Not Afraid)" by Fall Out Boy feat. Missy Elliott "Get Ghost" by Mark Ronson, Passion Pit & A$AP Ferg "Party Up (Up In Here)" by
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How the ‘Swiss Army Man’ Directors Went From Working With Lil Jon to Daniel Radcliffe

How the ‘Swiss Army Man’ Directors Went From Working With Lil Jon to Daniel Radcliffe
Every so often, a film is so innovative that it sends audiences running. Such was the case when “Swiss Army Man” premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, where the tale of a despondent island castaway (Paul Dano) and the talking, farting corpse he discovers and befriends (Daniel Radcliffe) inspired a seriously divisive responsive. No one is walking out now: “Swiss Army Man” led the specialty box office last weekend, (beating out the highly anticipated “Neon Demon”), and opens nationally July 1. It’s quickly becoming the breakout story of the summer. But while its directors are technically first-timers in the feature-length realm, they’re hardly newcomers.

The film’s success is largely due to its odd premise, dark humor, and — above all — a unique aesthetic that’s both tonally offbeat and profound. That aesthetic was honed by directors Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, who go simply by “Daniels,” during their rise
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Watch the Short Films, Music Videos, and Commercials From the Directors of ‘Swiss Army Man’

Swiss Army Man, which hits theaters this Friday, has been making waves with its already-infamous title as the odd, farting corpse drama that shook and divided Sundance this year. Following a hopeless man (Paul Dano) stranded on a deserted island who finds a companion in a talking corpse (Daniel Radcliffe). One can see our review here. The minds behind the madness are the directing duo DanielsDaniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, hence the name — and while this marks their feature debut, the pair have been working together for years.

Beginning in 2010, the two created a Vimeo and uploaded the official video for The Hundred in the Hands’ song “Pigeons.” From there, they spent the next five years crafting an assortment of commercials, music videos, skits, and short films — all seemingly working towards the distillation and realization of their collective cinematic voice with Swiss Army Man. Their most recent short, Interesting Ball,
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Full Ghostbusters Song List and New Slimer Poster Unveiled

Full Ghostbusters Song List and New Slimer Poster Unveiled
We'd like to say it's a great time to be a Ghostbusters fan, but a lot of you would disagree. Even though those who loved the 1984 original have done nothing but dump hate on this new iteration of the classic franchise, that hasn't stopped Sony from moving forward with their marketing and merchandise campaign. Though believe it or not, some consumers have complained about a lack of toys in stores, with the studio not fulfilling the demand. That won't happen with the soundtrack, as it be readily available when it drops next month. Today, we finally have a clear picture of what exactly will be included.

Earlier today, we saw all four of the new Ghostbusters grace the cover of EW's latest issue. Now, we also get a new international poster that once again includes Chris Hemsworth as Kevin. This time, though, we also get to see Slimer making his triumphant big screen return.
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You Can Stream Skrillex’s Full Edc Brasil Set Right Here

It’s reassuring that even after spending a large chunk of 2015 making radio-ready pop music with the likes of Justin Bieber, Skrillex can still throw down a set of bone-rattling bass music when the situation calls for it.

Now that Edc Brasil has wrapped up, a direct recording of his performance at the festival has begun making its rounds on social media, and it’s definitely worth watching. Mixing grating bass wobbles with saccharine melodies and borderline chipmunk-esque vocals in the style that Skrillex is known for, the performance succeeded in energizing the thousands-deep crowd in attendance on the evening he played.

Replete with remixes and edits of tracks from the likes of of Avicii, Fetty Wap and A$AP Ferg as well as a whole host of originals, his set made for a spirited return to the style that made him famous back in 2010-2011.

Considering that artists like Dash Berlin,
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Passion Pit Frontman Michael Angelakos Comes Out As Gay

In a revealing interview with author Bret Easton Ellis in his podcast, B.E.E., Passion Pit Frontman Michael Angelakos opens up about coming to terms with his sexuality and the end of his marriage to wife of two years, Kristina Mucci. Passion Pit Frontman Michael Angelakos Comes Out As Gay The singer spoke about the inner turmoil he […]

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Passion Pit Singer Michael Angelakos Comes Out as Gay in Emotional Interview, "Wanted So Badly to Be Straight" for Wife

Passion Pit frontman Michael Angelakos came out as gay during a candid interview with Bret Easton Ellis. The critically acclaimed Indie singer admitted on Ellis’ podcast, B.E.E., that he desperately wanted to be straight because of his marriage to his now-estranged wife Kristina Mucci. "I've told very few people in my personal small circles because I don't know how to talk about it, you know?” Angelakos said about making the decision to come out on air. "When this was all happening recently, finally, I just decided it [...]
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Steve Nash to Produce Movie About the Origin of Ecstasy (Exclusive)

Steve Nash to Produce Movie About the Origin of Ecstasy (Exclusive)
Dori Oskowitz has signed on to direct an untitled independent film exploring the origins of the global rave movement in 1980s Dallas during the era of legal ecstasy, known as “Molly,” Variety has learned exclusively.

Richard Stratton has come aboard to write the screenplay. He co-wrote and produced “Slam,” which won both the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance and Camera d’Or Award at Cannes, and was the showrunner of the Showtime series “Street Time.”

Braxton Pope will produce in the wake of producing “The Trust,” starring Nicolas Cage. Former NBA player Steve Nash and Ezra Holland of Meathawk Productions will executive produce along with Prettybird Pictures.

Dallas-based music producer Wade Randolph Hampton (known as DJ WishFM) will be involved in the project.

“I am excited to bring this remarkable story and piece of cultural anthropology to the screen with my partners at Meathawk and Prettybird,” said Pope. “Dori is
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Madeon Announces Pay No Mind Video And Remix Series

It’s been half a year since Madeon dazzled the world with his Passion Pit collaboration, “Pay No Mind,” and it looks like a live video is now on the way. After several months of testing the tracks from his latest album, Adventure, out live, the young Frenchman has revealed an upcoming video and remix series for the track – as well as a remix of “Imperium” from none other than his recent tourmate and Edm class clown Dillon Francis.

In other Madeon news, coming this month : Pay No Mind live video, Pay No Mind remixes, Imperium @Dillonfrancis remix. Good. Times.

— Madeon (@madeon) August 4, 2015

The original music video for the track (seen above) captivated viewers almost as much as the innovative track itself, and its engaging story left off on a rather dubious note. While the live video almost certainly won’t be the conclusion some fans have been waiting for,
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Exclusive Video Interview: Madeon Talks Creating The Adventure Live Show And Gathering Inspiration

At a humble 20 years of age, Madeon has managed to take the music scene by storm. Most people associate the French producer with his spirited, disco-electro dance sound. However, his indie rock and pop-influenced tracks have also helped him become one of the most respected individuals in the industry. He has worked with the likes of Lady Gaga, Coldplay and Dan Smith (Bastille), amongst many others, and has paved his own path to success, earning the title of “boy wonder of dance music.”

Madeon initially garnered worldwide acclaim by means of his “Pop Culture” mash-up and continued to impress with his skillful productions like “Technicolor,” and “The City.” Currently, he’s riding high on the success of his debut album, Adventure. It features the hit singles, “Pay No Mind (featuring Passion Pit),” “You’re On (featuring Kyan)” and his vocal debut, “Home.”

Bringing his creative vision full circle, Madeon put
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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Ellie Goulding

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While you’re most likely to recognise singer/song writer Ellie Goulding for her long blonde hair, tight abs, and breathy vocals, there’s way more to the British artist than you might think.

The Hereford-born star has had a dazzling career so far: to date, she has sold three million albums and ten million singles worldwide, picked up countless awards and nominations, and has had two number one singles, one of which formed part of the soundtrack to blockbuster movie Fifty Shades of Grey this February.

The star has come a long way in the last five years, with two albums and plans for one more on the away, as well as winning British Female Artist of the Year in 2014 at The Brits. She’s supported the likes of Katy Perry, Bruno Mars, Passion Pit and John Mayer, but Goulding’s rise to fame has
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Rihanna Debuts “American Oxygen” at Ncaa March Madness Music Festival!

While “B*tch Better Have My Money” is still fresh in our minds, Rihanna just introduced another new song over the weekend.

The Barbadian-born pop singer took the stage at the Ncaa March Madness Music Festival in Indianapolis on Saturday (April 4) and sang “American Oxygen, looking fly in red athletic trousers and a knotted t-shirt.

Ri-Ri joined other top acts including Weezer, Lady Antebellum, Zac Brown Band, Imagine Dragons and Passion Pit, though she had arguably the hottest show!
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Madeon – Adventure Review

Adventure, the debut album for French Wunderkind Madeon, takes listeners on a colourful and whimsical musical journey. It represents three years of hard work on the producer’s part, and it certainly shows. Every single note and vocal is crafted to orchestrate a soundtrack to an imaginary world. One which is filled with good vibes, catchy pop sounds, and a lasting state of euphoria.

Kicking off the 12-track LP is a prelude titled “Isometric.” Winding scales prepare the listener for the adventure ahead, progressing towards a sneak peak of the signature Madeon break. While brief in length, it creates anticipation and a yearning for what’s to come. Following that is “You’re On,” which was also the second release from the album. It highlights the soothing R&B vocals of Kyan, which ride a 100 bpm wave of pop melodies and synths.

“Ok” is up next and it’s a
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