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Go! Team returns to indies after one-shot Sony deal

In 2004, U.K.-based independent label Memphis Industries released the sample-heavy, intentionally lo-fi and daringly jarring “Thunder, Lightning, Strike,” the Go! Team’s debut full-length CD. The buzz was deafening, so in 2005, the label entered a joint venture with Sony BMG to distribute the album internationally, with the major’s Columbia subsidiary handling it in the United States. It’s a turn of events that every band dreams of — unless that band is the Go! Team. The brainchild of Ian Parton, the Go! Team was never supposed to be mainstream. Parton set out to make “dirty” pop songs — danceable, catchy tunes… Read more »


Papa Roach, Neptunes Team Up For 'Biker Boyz' Soundtrack

Papa Roach spent some time in the studio with the Neptunes last week, recording a song for the soundtrack to “Biker Boyz,” starring Laurence Fishburne and Kid Rock. Jacoby Shaddix and company shacked up with producers du jour Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo in Los Angeles’ Record Plant, according to a DreamWorks Records spokesperson. The resulting track, tentatively titled “Don’t Look Back,” is slated for the “Biker Boyz” soundtrack, due January 28. The album’s other tracks had not been finalized at press time. “Biker Boyz” stars Fishburne as Manuel “Smoke” Galloway, leader of a black motorcycle club. Rock, following up… Read more »


Is ‘Twilight’ Getting Rebooted Into A TV Series?

You better hold on tight, spider monkey because it looks like ‘Twilight’ will be the next franchise to be issued a reboot. Twihard fans first fell in love with Edward Cullen and Bella Swan through author Stephenie Meyer’s debut novel ‘Twilight’ in 2005. Shortly after the book’s release, it was adapted into a film franchise of the same name with Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart at the helm of Edward and Bella’s love story. Now, 15 years after Edward and Bella made their on-screen appearance in 2008, ‘Twilight’ will be getting the reboot TV series treatment, similar to the recently


Echo to Jayli Wolf: Indigenous Women Taking Center Stage

In recent years, Indigenous women have fought to grab hold of the spotlight and give us a glimpse into the beauty of their culture as well as the horrors they’ve experienced over the years. From the Marvel Cinematic Universe to award-winning films to the stage, here are just a few of the powerful Indigenous women defying the stereotypes and taking back what’s rightfully theirs.

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