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Alessia Cara details sophomore album, The Pains of Growing

Alessia Cara details sophomore album, The Pains of Growing
  • Alessia Cara details sophomore album, The Pains of Growing FWC: Alessia Cara details sophomore album, The Pains of Growing

    Alessia Cara broke out in 2015 with her hit debut album, Know It All. After a spat of Disney theme songs, smash collaborations, and a Best New Artist Grammy in the interim, the Canadian singer is finally set to release her sophomore full-length, The Pains of Growing, on November 30th via Def Jam. A press release describes the effort as an “auto-biographical album chronicling her…

  • Watch Anderson .Paak and Kendrick Lamar’s New “Tints” Video FWC: Watch Anderson .Paak and Kendrick Lamar’s New “Tints” Video

    They appear as multiple characters who hang out with the grim reaper, go to the strip club, more

  • Rock Fights, Smoke Holes, and Haunted Fridges Bring Us Closer to Pennywise in Stephen King’s It FWC: Rock Fights, Smoke Holes, and Haunted Fridges Bring Us Closer to Pennywise in Stephen King’s It

    Download | Listen and subscribe via iTunes | Spotify | Google Play |  Stitcher  |  RSS “Ruh-Ruh-Rocks. A-A-Ammo.” Constant Listeners, grab a flask, fill it with vodka or maybe some Wild Turkey, and head to the Derry Public Library. There are stories to be told. Old stories. Some rougher than the others. But all will require a little time traveling — specifically to 1958…

  • Album Review: Julia Holter Creates a Dreamlike Kaleidoscope on Aviary FWC: Album Review: Julia Holter Creates a Dreamlike Kaleidoscope on Aviary

    The Lowdown: After spending the better part of a decade redefining Avant-pop, Julia Holter has composed her most immersive record yet. A 90-minute sprawling epic that draws inspiration from Blade Runner, Medieval French folk songs, contemporary Lebanese-American poetry, and Dante’s Inferno, Aviary is a dreamlike kaleidoscope filled with wonder and surprise. Holter creates an all-consuming experience where drifting ambiance is…

  • Alessia Cara Details New Album The Pains of Growing FWC: Alessia Cara Details New Album The Pains of Growing

    Her new album is out in November 30

  • Mat Zo returns to Anjunabeats for the extensive ‘No Words’ EP FWC: Mat Zo returns to Anjunabeats for the extensive ‘No Words’ EP

    Fans of Mat Zo, are more than familiar with his many sonic identities. There’s the dark and wobbly stylings of his Kill the Zo project with Kill the Noise, there’s the funky groove of his latest single, “Vice,” and the melodic beauty employed in tracks like “Easy” with Porter Robinson.  And of course — to some, most importantly — there is the Mat…

  • Warden Makes His Presence Felt With Haunting New “Emerge” EP FWC: Warden Makes His Presence Felt With Haunting New “Emerge” EP

    Pacific northwest native Austin Kane, better known as Warden, combines a plethora of genre’s from jackin’ house to techno, trap and more to create his new EP, ‘Emerge’. As a man of many sounds, this four-track EP is truly a breath of fresh air for listeners of all genres alike. Warden possesses a diverse and unique sound with influences that range…

  • Good Morning Mix: Groove to the 84th edition of The Magician’s ‘Magic Tape’ FWC: Good Morning Mix: Groove to the 84th edition of The Magician’s ‘Magic Tape’

    The Magician has unveiled his latest edition of his Magic Tape mixtape series. Its 84th episode clocks in at over an hour, delivering a range of disco, hip-hop, house and generally groovy tunes in that time. The drop of the monthly mix follows the Belgian producer’s latest remix of The Chainsmokers‘ “Side Effects” and Michael Calfan’s “It’s Wrong,” as well…

  • Jamie Lee Curtis joins jaw-dropping cast for Rian Johnson’s Last Jedi follow-up, Knives Out FWC: Jamie Lee Curtis joins jaw-dropping cast for Rian Johnson’s Last Jedi follow-up, Knives Out

    Long before Star Wars: The Last Jedi divided audiences like the fucking 2016 election, director Rian Johnson was out making groundbreaking indie films like Brick, The Brothers Bloom, and Looper. Fortunately for just about everyone, he’s taking a break from the galaxy far, far away and heading back to original storytelling with Knives Out, only now he’s considerably upgraded his…

  • A Star Is Born: Rosemarie DeWitt turns 47 today FWC: A Star Is Born: Rosemarie DeWitt turns 47 today

    Bruno Mars took home seven awards at the 2018 Grammys. (Charles Sykes / Associated Press) The Recording Academy and CBS have announced the dates of the 2020 and 2021 Grammy Awards ceremonies. The 62nd Grammys will take place on Jan. 26, 2020, and the 63rd iteration of the event will follow on Jan. 31, 2021, they said in a statement. As previously announced, both…

  • Trump prepara un plan para cerrar la frontera a los migrantes centroamericanos y desplegar tropas FWC: Trump prepara un plan para cerrar la frontera a los migrantes centroamericanos y desplegar tropas

    Preocupado por la caravana de migrantes que se dirige al norte a través de México, el presidente Donald Trump está considerando un plan para cerrar la frontera a los migrantes centroamericanos y negarles la oportunidad de solicitar asilo. Para ello, ha invocado los mismos poderes que utilizó cuando…

  • 'Halloween' director David Gordon Green on fighting against final girls, Michael Myers and the male gaze FWC: ‘Halloween’ director David Gordon Green on fighting against final girls, Michael Myers and the male gaze

    David Gordon Green has had one of the most unpredictable careers in movie-making. Having burst on the scene with artful, emotional and enigmatic movies like “George Washington” and “All the Real Girls,” he transitioned to outrageously broad comedies like “Pineapple Express” and TV’s “Eastbound…