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by John Lindstedt

24 Feb 2010


Comedian Aziz Ansari (as his alter ego “RAAAAAAAANDY” from Funny People teams up with TV on the Radio’s Dave Sitek to call out pretty much every single rapper out there on their track “Aaaaaaaangry”:

by PopMatters Staff

24 Feb 2010


It seems everyone loves the xx these days, so it’s no surprise Sweden’s El Perro Del Mar covered one of their tunes recently at a gig in Brooklyn…

by PopMatters Staff

23 Feb 2010


Balmorhea
Constellations
(Western Vinyl)
Releasing: 23 February

SONG LIST
01 To the Order of Night
02 Bowsprit
03 Winter Circle
04 Herons
05 Constellations
06 Steerage and the Lamp
07 Night Squall
08 On the Weight of Night
09 Palestrina

“Bowsprit” [MP3]
     

by McClatchy Newspapers (MCT)

23 Feb 2010


The following games are among those scheduled for release this week, according to vgreleases.com:

Feb. 22:

Endless Ocean: Blue World (Wii, rated E)

by John Lindstedt

23 Feb 2010


NBC’s original ad concept for announcing Jay Leno’s return to The Tonight Show involved a parody of Dallas: Jay Leno would be shown in the shower (a la J.R.), and his move to ten o’clock would be “all a dream.” The idea was nixed in favor of a far less interesting campaign, although audiences were thankfully spared the image of the “funnyman” in the shower. Instead, NBC’s promo shows Jay driving back to 11:30 in one of his choice vehicles, much similar to the ads they showed to announce his initial 10 o’clock move. NBC’s ad features the Beatles’s “Get Back”, which feature the lyrics, “get back to where you once belong.” Leno’s return to Tonight has proven controversial, however, especially among the tech savvy crowd. In the following clip, some prankster replaces “Get Back” with a song that more accurately expresses the sentiments of the internet community:

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Supernatural: Season 11, Episode 12 - "Don't You Forget About Me"

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"In another stand-alone episode, there's a lot of teen drama and some surprises, but not much potential.

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