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When the Japanese electronic artist Keigo Oyamada released his third record “Fantasma” on Matador Records in 1997, it sounded unlike anything else in stateside record stores.
In sci-fi author Ernest Cline’s future, we will live in buildings made out of stacked motor homes. The cities will be too crowded and too polluted to commute to, so we’ll plug into the virtual reality hub The Oasis to go to work and school. In the face of a global energy crisis and ecological devastation, we’ll pine for the ‘80s, partially because that decade gave us the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and the Atari 2600, but mostly because the pop culture trivia of that decade is the cypher used by an eccentric tech mogul to encode the secret to his cyber space fortune.
"Game of Thrones" is back on HBO, and while it's narrative has caught up with creator George R.R. Martin's "Song of Ice and Fire" novels, it still has roots in the same medieval history and literature that's proved so influential to Martin. Weekend caught up with Professor Rosemarie McGerr, the director of IU's Medieval Studies Institute, to discuss the characteristics of that period's literature.
Whenever somebody famous dies, there’s almost always a cultural re-discovery of their work as the living shamble en masse to consume whatever art they created. It’s a collective grieving process as much as it is a way to memorialize the departed and prove to ourselves that art can transcend death.
Chicago’s Pitchfork Music Festival played host to 41 acts this year. While the headliners — LCD Soundsystem, A Tribe Called Quest and Solange — delivered, there were 38 other acts to sort through, many of whom will stay in the national and international summer festival circuit.
“Game of Thrones,” HBO’s swords-n-sex adaptation of George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” novels, is complex, and not just in the typical way fantasy books written by people who incorporate their middle initials into their names tend to be complex.
Dave Segedy was living in an attic in Muncie, Indiana, when in 2008 he started his bedroom recording project Whoa Bro Awesome.
Charles Manion was asleep as his van hurtled down the highway, bound for Cincinnati. He wasn’t at the wheel after spending the previous night at a wedding. At 2:30 p.m., he was still hungover.
Since Radiohead became the “greatest band alive” following the 2000 release of “Kid A” and its subsequent Pitchfork.com review, critical discussion and fan theories have asked the same question: What does the band’s music actually mean?
Kasey Chambers was watching TV with her partner when she knew she’d made it in the music industry. The name of her single, “Not Pretty Enough” — which had already peaked at number 1 on the ARIA Singles Chart — had become an answer to a “Wheel of Fortune” puzzle.
The 35th annual Taste of Bloomington music and food festival will run from 3:00 – 11:00 p.m., Saturday, June 17 at Showers Common. Make sure to do it right with Weekend’s guide.
From Carly Rae Jepsen to Lil Uzi Vert, Weekend breaks it down below.
The fifth annual Limestone Comedy Festival runs from Thursday to Saturday. Here are our picks for the must-see comedians this weekend.
Catch up on all things "Twin Peaks" ahead of its third season with Weekend's damn fine guide.
Before "Alien: Covenant" comes chest-bursting into theaters Thursday night, catch up on the franchise's previous five films.
When Philadelphia punk band Beach Slang opened for emo pioneers Jimmy Eat World at the Bluebird on Tuesday night, ‘90s nostalgia was in full effect.
When El Paso post-punks At the Drive-In released their third record "Relationship of Command" in 2000, it sounded like the shape of punk to come. 17 years later, it still does.
Gorillaz — “Humanz” (April 28)