Over the next four months, these songs will creep out of your car radio, or slink out of your friend's iPod, or glide out of your favorite bar's jukebox, or wriggle out of your fling's laptop.
Battleship succeeds in being big, dumb, and extremely loud, and after The Avengers, we should all be expecting a lot more.
We discuss a term used in Battleship -- "Goldilocks planet" -- where "the porridge is just right" for life. And this leads to the notion that if there were life out there, would it resemble Hollywood aliens, friend or foe?
It's the time of the year again where University students finally take that walk across the stage to grab their diplomas. After four years of reading, studying, not sleeping, and most likely partying, you have made it.
There was no real clear winner this week when you factor in just how much airtime Eli Manning received. So, how about a bold winner in honor of a bold sketch?
Eli Manning wasn't as good as Peyton, but he certainly wasn't terrible. Let's go with the word "serviceable" for Manning -- a word that's a bit too strong when describing the overall quality of this week's show.
As I punched various female celebrity names into Google's keyword tool, I soon realized that Beyoncé was nowhere near the most popular -- that accolade goes to Lady GaGa, with a massive 40,500 Google searches per month.
fiN, the alternative rock quartet from Wandsworth played at Bush Hall, London this week to launch their new single 'Twenty Three' / 'Eve'.
If the existential slicing and dicing of pork from pig answers the ethical objections to meat-eating, can there be any real objection to the cultivation and consumption of vat-grown people meat?
Sometimes we just marry someone who isn't the best match for us. But why?
Do artists have a responsibility to push their fans into new and exciting territories? Is there anything wrong with giving your public exactly what they know they want, if it remains true to who you are? Does embracing mass popular culture somehow harm your credibility as an artist?
The photographer David LaChapelle needs little introduction. Since Andy Warhol offered him his first job at Interview magazine back in 1984 he has bec...
Looking back it is pretty clear that even after the beating, Rihanna still loved and immediately forgave Chris Brown for his actions. What it says more about is how she feels about her fans which, at present, seems like nothing short of complete disrespect.
I can't stand by Rihanna's decision to release this song but I will say that I think this situation is more complex than I, and perhaps many others, initially considered.
Rihanna and Chris Brown gave what they saw as a birthday present to their fans yesterday -- the release of remixes of two of their songs, which tell us why they are so in love again.
Over the next two weeks, I'm going to share a series of interviews with some of the music industry's heroes and working stiffs who literally brought you this year's awesome Grammy Awards with nary a hiccup. First up at bat is Phil Ramone.