You’ve seen it before: The creation of an “underdog” cheerleading squad who learn to pull together with an inspirational leader and succeed at the big competition. The sole difference here is that it is women from a retirement community rather than highschoolers.
Earlier this year, the Kathleen Hanna-led Le Tigre announced their first tour in 18 years. Last August, the band reunited for their first show in over a decade at This Ain’t No Picnic Festival and performed a massive 16-track set. On their upcoming tour, the band will be supported by a number of incredible acts including Dream Wife, Problem Patterns, Big Joanie, and Chicks On Speed throughout the UK and Europe. Read more: Foo Fighters Announce Six More Shows on US Headline Tour Following their UK and European dates in June, Le Tigre will return to the States and be… Read more »
PVRIS and Poppy are hitting the road together, and it’s set to be a celebratory, eclectic and fantastical experience.
Properties featured: Only Murders in the Building, Sparking Joy with Marie Kondo, How to Be a Cowboy, grown-ish, Q-Force, The D’Amelio Show, Cinderella
This week: Good Girls, The Flash, This Is Us, Kevin (Probably) Saves the World, Chicago Med, Hard Sun, Grown-ish, Riverdale, Life Sentence, Jessica Jones, Atlanta, LOVE, Collateral, The Walking Dead
The trophy is a silly Moonman. Treasured memories include girl-on-girl kisses, a flying Fartman and the bobbling of a pasty-covered breast. Where other shows confer honors and respect, this one relishes gaffes, guffaws and giggles. Forget “The envelope, please.” It’s time to push the envelope. MTV’s Video Music Awards is among the most irreverent of awards shows. Which may be precisely why it matters. “It’s pop music; how seriously can you take it?” said MTV news correspondent Kurt Loder. “It’s not Martin Heidegger or something. There’s a lot of empty pomp associated with other shows, like the Oscars and even… Read more »