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How Rotten Tomatoes Became Hollywood’s Most Influential—and Feared—Website

Rotten Tomatoes has become an increasingly influential -- and feared -- player in the film and television industry. Its scores can help determine whether movies sink or swim.

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25 Jul 2017 // 9:56 AM

Vic Mensa Finds Redemption the Hard Way

“We have a society right now where you can count on two things to continue -- opioid ODs and Chicago violence -- and I found myself in the middle of both,” Mensa says.

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25 Jul 2017 // 9:51 AM

Black, Funny, and Poised to Shake Up Hollywood

We spoke with these three funny black women poised to shake up Hollywood to find out how industry expectations affect their work

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Jillette Johnson - ‘All I Ever See in You Is Me’ (album stream) (premiere)

Jillette Johnson is wowing the Nashville faithful with her sophisticated songwriting stylings. Settle in for a rewarding listen of her new album releasing Friday.

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24 Jul 2017 // 9:21 AM

Iron & Wine - “Call It Dreaming” (Singles Going Steady)

Iron & Wine writes songs for days and nights you'll remember long after they have faded into the past.

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The Curls - “Prickly Feelings” (audio) (premiere)

The Chicago art rock sextet returns with a quirky and sophisticated gem that's sure to give you goosebumps.

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Erasure - “World Be Gone (Boxed In Remix)” (premiere)

Legendary synthpoppers Erasure return with their second single from their latest album and a stunning remix.

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Legendary Shack Shakers - “After You’ve Gone” (audio) (premiere)

Legendary Shack Shakers are back with a new album on August 25th and we're premiering the broken-hearted title tune "After You've Gone".

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Banny Grove: ‘Cars in Control EP’ (audio) (premiere)

Banny Grove's new Cars in Control EP is much more a product of, and response to, Southern California’s bright sprawling artifice.

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Brad Peterson - “What the Open Heart Allows” (audio) (premiere)

Psychedelic, uplifting folk-rock written, produced, and performed inside of a garden shed studio.

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'Knee Deep' Has a Great Setting That Ruins the Game

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"Knee Deep's elaborate stage isn't meant to convey a sense of spatial reality, it's really just a mechanism for cool scene transitions. And boy are they cool.

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