The gorgeous stew of At.Long.Last.A$AP may owe something to LSD, but it’s also in line with the genre’s recent turn toward progginess.
Our roundtable discusses “The Gift,” the seventh episode of the fifth season.
Will the streaming service’s new features transform how people work out, or just transform’s Spotify’s value proposition?
Why Makes Sense? sees the British band using synthetic sounds to bittersweet, beautiful effect.
It zanily explodes conventions around gender and action movies.
Our roundtable discusses “Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken” the sixth episode of the fifth season.
In HBO’s new biopic, Queen Latifah plays the iconic blues singer whose talent was matched by her fierceness.
The guitarist, dead at 89, built himself into the figurehead of the genre.
Bush uses the rapper’s brand but not his talents as a vehicle for Pharrell’s funk and disco revival.
The show helped usher in an era where fans campaigned for their faves, prefab pop and authenticity weren’t contradictions, and anyone could make themselves a star.
Our roundtable discusses 'Kill the Boy,' the fifth episode of the fifth season.
In Netflix’s new show, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin star as women whose husbands fall in love, raising questions about sexuality and ageism.
According to a new Vanity Fair article, the director envisioned an Episode VII driven by teenage characters. But J.J. Abrams had different ideas.
On tour, the singer's gorgeously rendered grief comes with a dose of wit.
Natasha Romanov is the lone female in a group of powerful men. This doesn't mean she's sleeping with them.
New albums from Mumford & Sons, Best Coast, and My Morning Jacket try to separate emotion and sentimentality.
Our roundtable discusses 'Sons of the Harpy,' the fourth episode of the fifth season.
Ben E. King, dead at 76, contributed to so many classic hits, but "Stand by Me" alone would have ensured his immortality.
Are men really getting schlumpier, or are people just finding better ways to talk about it?
The former Olympian's announcement that he's transgender is educating people about prejudice in real time—including the actress Alice Eve.