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Daisy Jones & The Six star Josh Whitehouse teases possible band reunion

It’s no secret that the Amazon Prime Video series “Daisy Jones & The Six” has quickly become a cult classic. From the pages of Taylor Jenkins Reid’s New York Times bestselling novel of the same name to millions of screens at home, Atlantic Records has slowly been releasing new tunes from the fictional rock group. In just a few weeks, the band have already amassed more than 2.6 million monthly listeners on Spotify alone with “Look At Us Now (Honeycomb)” hitting a whopping 8.6 million streams on the platform. Last Friday, the 10-episode series aired its final installment and fans… Read more »


Foo Fighters, Haim, and More Announced on Eddie Vedder’s Ohana Festival

Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder is bringing back the annual Ohana Festival this fall to Dana Point, CA, and he’s bringing some renowned friends with him this year. Returning to California from Sept. 29-Oct. 1 at Doheny State Beach, the latest installment features Vedder headlining alongside The Killers, Haim, The Chicks, Foo Fighters, and Pretenders. Spread across 3 days this fall, Ohana Festival will also feature performances from Japanese Breakfast, Suki Waterhouse (who recently starred in ‘Daisy Jones and The Six’ as keyboardist Karen Sirko), Amos Lee, and plenty more. Check out the day-by-day lineup breakdown below. Presale tickets will be… Read more »


BARBIE THE ALBUM Tracklist & Artists Announced

Everyone is talking about the Barbie movie. Directed by Greta Gerwig (Little Women, Lady Bird) and starring Margot Robbie as Barbie and Ryan Gosling as Ken, July 21st can’t come fast enough. Today Atlantic records shared the news of the musical companion to the film, BARBIE THE ALBUM. The soundtrack features an impressive list of artists including Nicki Minaj and Ice Spice, Lizzo, Charli XCX, The Kid LAROI, Tame Impala, and more. They have shared the first single “Dance The Night” by Dua Lipa today with an accompanying music video. BARBIE THE ALBUM was executive produced by internationally renowned Golden Globe and 7x Grammy award winning artist… Read more »


What if you built a machine to predict hit movies?

One sunny afternoon not long ago, Dick Copaken sat in a booth at Daniel, one of those hushed, exclusive restaurants on Manhattan’s Upper East Side where the waiters glide spectrally fro table to table. He was wearing a starched button-down shirt and a blue blazer. Every strand of his thinning hair was in place, and he spoke calmly and slowly, his large pink Charlie Brow head bobbing along evenly as he did. Copaken spent many years as a partner at the white-shoe Washington, D.C., firm Covington & Burling, and he has a lawyer’s gravitas. One of his bes friends calls… Read more »

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