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Jan 25, 2018

Justin Timberlake is releasing a new albumMan of the Woods, on February 2. Now he has shared another song from it, "Say Something," which features the vocals of Chris Stapleton. More noteworthy is the video for the song, which was produced by La Blogothèque and directed by Arturo Perez Jr. More

Jan 19, 2018

This week we're joined by Nate Lacy from Mimicking Birds who talks the wonders and dangers of nature, plus we have medicals, shutdowns, presidential racism, and a sad loss.  More

Jan 18, 2018

Justin Timberlake is releasing a new albumMan of the Woods, on February 2. Previously he shared the album's first single, "Filthy," via a video directed by Mark Romanek that featured a dancing robot.  More

Justin Timberlake Makes a Robot Dance in the Futuristic Video for New Song “Filthy”

Man of the Woods Due Out February 2, Album Tracklist Revealed

Jan 05, 2018

Over the holidays Justin Timberlake announced a new album, Man of the Woods, which is due out February 2 and features such guests as Timberland, Alicia Keys, Chris Stapleton, and The Neptunes. Now he has shared the album's first single, "Filthy," via a video directed by Mark Romanek.   More

Charlottesville “Unity” Concert to Feature Dave Matthews Band, Justin Timberlake, The Roots, + More

Free Concert on September 24 Also Features Ariana Grande, Chris Stapleton, Pharrell Williams, and More

Sep 06, 2017

Dave Matthews Band have announced "A Concert for Charlottesville" in their hometown of Charlottesville, VA. It's billed as "An Evening of Music and Unity" and is in response to the neo-Nazi/alt-right/KKK rally in Charlottesville last month that led to violence and three deaths.  More

Feb 19, 2015

CHVRCHES really like their cover songs. More

May 14, 2014

Michael Jackson’s final album XSCAPE is now out in the wild.  More

Oct 22, 2013

Tobiasz Biliński (who goes by the name Coldair) recently released his new album Whose Blood. But he isn’t done giving just yet.  More


The 20/20 Experience

The 20/20 Experience


Apr 17, 2013

You can count on one hand the number of artists who have made the breakthrough from teen-baiting boy band member to important, acclaimed darling of the critics. Sure, Robbie Williams, Donnie Osmond, and That One From The Backstreet Boys broke free and sold millions, but their adoring fan bases remained pretty much the same as when they were part of a group. Plus, y'know, they were all shit. More