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Warren Beatty is setting the record straight—no, he has not bed nearly 13,000 women. While the longtime star with an notably active past personal life has filled the Casanova archetype in Hollywood since he burst onto the scene in 1961's Splendor in the Grass. Having romanced some of the most famous starlets in the business—many of them his own co-star—Beatty was once estimated to have slept with 12,775 people by biographer and Star: How Warren Beatty Seduced America author Peter Biskind. Six years after the book's publishing, Beatty is pointing out the exaggeration in the writer's claim. "Think about it, sleeping with 12,775 people...that »
In addition to a summer release schedule packed with new material like the GTA collab “Feel It” and his latest joint effort with George Maple, What So Not has been keeping busy with a number of festival appearances. Among his most notable live gigs over the summer was his stint at Australia’s Splendour In The Grass, where he delivered an energetic hour long set. Thanks to Triple J’s Live At The Wireless, you can listen to the full set from the festival’s Mix It Up Stage and relive the glory of his performance from earlier in the summer.
What So Not’s set at Splendour In The Grass is packed to the brim with the sort of forward thinking trap and future bass material that he’s known for. The Aussie DJ tests out new material from his upcoming Ep and is even joined on stage by »
- Connor Jones
Richard Brooks' exciting Humphrey Bogart picture is one of the best newspaper sagas ever. An editor deals with a gangster threat and a domestic crisis even as greedy heirs are selling his paper out from under him. Commentator Eddie Muller drives home the film's essential civics lesson about what we've lost -- a functioning free press. Deadline - U.S.A. Blu-ray Kl Studio Classics 1952 / B&W / 1:37 flat Academy / 87 min. / Street Date July 26, 2016 / available through Kino Lorber / 29.95 Starring Humphrey Bogart, Ethel Barrymore, Kim Hunter, Ed Begley, Warren Stevens, Paul Stewart, Martin Gabel, Joe De Santis, Audrey Christie, Jim Backus, Willis Bouchey, Joseph Crehan, Lawrence Dobkin, John Doucette, Paul Dubov, William Forrest, Dabbs Greer, Thomas Browne Henry, Paul Maxey, Ann McCrea, Kasia Orzazewski, Tom Powers, Joe Sawyer, William Self, Phillip Terry, Carleton Young. Cinematography Milton Krasner Film Editor William B.Murphy Original Music Cyril J. Mockridge Produced by Sol C. Siegel »
- Glenn Erickson
Following up on the release of his anticipated sophomore effort Skin, Flume has embarked on a world tour in support of the new album. The Australian future bass producer has been documenting the tour to give fans a behind the scenes look, starting with the first episode released in July that detailed his shows throughout Europe. A second episode has now been made available for streaming.
The new video clip opens with some of Flume’s extracurricular activities as the Aussie producer heads out into the ocean for some surfing. Fans are also treated to plenty of rehearsal and performance footage throughout the video.
One of the most interesting parts of the video is a lengthy section that details Flume and a number of Australian musicians practicing in preparation for his performance at Splendour In The Grass. Flume brought the musical guests out on stage during his set to perform »
- Connor Jones
During his headlining slot at the Australian festival Splendour In The Grass over the weekend, future bass pioneer Flume dropped an epic unreleased ID into his set. Listeners were originally treated to a sample of the tune back when the Skin LP preview hit the internet for streaming, and many fans were understandably disappointed when some of those songs didn’t surface on the official release.
The unreleased track features Flume’s signature clanking percussion, offbeat synth splashes and mesmerizing chord progressions. It’s a seriously huge sounding tune, and it’s a bit perplexing that it didn’t make it onto the final version of Skin.
In an interview with Diy magazine, the Aussie producer explained the reasoning for some of the cut material:
I am a bigger fan of some of the songs that didn’t make it over some that did, but those songs didn’t fit, »
- Connor Jones
5 items from 2016
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