THE TEMPTATIONS: "Psychedelic Shack." That's where it's at.
NEW RELEASES: Paste will point you to Sufjan Stevens, Pillow Queens, Sylvan Esso, and more.
BILL'S INDIE BASEMENT has A Certain Ratio, Mint Field, Róisín Murphy, and more.
THE WAR & TREATY play World Cafe.
BEETHOVEN's "Ode to Joy" isn't getting a better video than this. One imagines one of the Gruber Brothers pulling off a heist behind the scenes.
FLEET FOXES' Robin Pecknold opens up about his mental health struggles during the pandemic and making a new album alone.
WILL BUTLER examines his family history - and American history - on his new LP.
FLEETWOOD MAC's "Dreams" exploded on social media.
THE NUMBER ONES looks at Phil Collins'drowning-in-despair ballad "One More Night."
WEEKEND BOX OFFICE? Tenet threepeats with 3.4MM on a 26 percent drop for a domestic total of 41.2MM and 283.2MM worldwide. The New Mutants placed again, with 1.1MM on a 31 percent drop and 19.4MM total. Unhinged showed again with 1MM and a 17.1MM total. (The Empire Strikes Back checks in at fifth.)
EMMA STONE has in fact married Dave McCary.
MEGXIT: Meghan Markle reportedly has serious ambitions to run for president.Also Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's comments urging Americans to vote were a “violation” of their deal to leave the royal family, prompting talks about whether to strip the couple of their titles, according to a report.
KIT HARRINGTON & ROSE LESLIE are parents-to-be.
VIN DIESEL drops a video for "Feel Like I Do."
NICK FURY is getting a Disney+ series.
JOE MONTANA and his wife, Jennifer, faced down a would-be kidnapper at their Malibu home this weekend.
PHIL HARTMAN, remembered by Stephen Root.
JAMES CAAN talks "Brian's Song" after the death of Gale Sayers.
BILL MURRAY responds to the Doobie Bros' legal demand.
EVERYTHING DAVID FINCHER, including commercials and music videos, ranked by The Ringer.
A RAT that sniffed out 39 land mines and 28 explosives in Cambodia gets a medal.
KANGAROOS dispute the bill.
A CRAB makes a quick escape.