WOLF ALICE shares a retro video for "Beautifully Unconventional."
LIZZ WRIGHT advance streams Grace.
SELWYN BIRCHWOOD stops by World Cafe for a chat and a couple of tunes.
BRAND NEW plays the High & Low Festival.
MAVIS STAPLES shares the Jeff Tweedy co-written title track for "If All I Was Was Black."
THE HORRORS share "Weighed Down."
THE SUPREMES perform "You Keep Me Hangin' On" and "Somewhere" from West Side Story in October 1966 for Twofer Tuesday.
THE NATIONAL's Matt Berninger talks to The Atlantic about eclipses, Trump, Leonard Cohen, whitemaledom, and more.
THE CRAMPS: NPR Music celebrates Songs the Lord Taught Us.
ALVVAYS is profiled by DIY.
THE MAGNETIC FIELDS' Stephin Merritt wrote a jingle for a Silverlake menswear store.
JIM CARREY: This interview could be his best work in years.
ROTTEN TOMATOES scores don't hurt the box office, a new study claims.
BLADE RUNNER 2049 shares a first clip online.
WONDER WOMAN 2: Patty Jenkins is returning to direct the sequel, after an unusually lengthy and tough negotiation.
JENNIFER LAWRENCE says Darren Aronofsky, her mother! director and boyfriend of a year, is “bold and brave”—and maybe a little twisted.
DON OHLMEYER, whose influential television career ranged from producing ABC’s Monday Night Football during its 1970s heyday to guiding NBC to No. 1 in prime time two decades later on the strength of programs like Seinfeld and ER, died on Sunday in Indian Wells, Calif. He was 72.
A FLOCK OF 70 TURKEYS that poop on trucks has driven a small Oregon town to the brink.
TEN SHARKS were found in the basement pool of a New York home after environmental conservation officers searched the residence.
THE DOG is the real hero here.