Musicians Demand SXSW Remove Contract Language Threatening to Call ICE On Those Who Affect Festival 'Viability'

Yesterday, musicians playing SXSW this year received their contracts and noticed some disturbing verbiage that included “notify[ing] the appropriate U.S. immigration authorities” and threats to report to ICE anyone who happened to “adversely affect the viability of their official SXSW showcase”:

Random Strangers Cannot Get Enough of That D in Ariana Grande's New Video With Future

“Everyday” is a three-minute-long chorus about how some dude is dicking down Ariana on the daily and it makes her happy. Good for her, with her high and breathy voice! It’s also nice that all the randoms in this video are so overcome by lust that they don’t care where they demonstrate their PDA, and that they are all…

Dolce & Gabbana Made Cat Blanket Coats and Weird Justin Bieber Fan Tees for Fall 2017

Most of the reports about Dolce & Gabbana’s Fall 2017 show have to do with the casting—that largely, in lieu of typical models, the designers had an assortment of people like Lady Kitty Spencer (niece of Princess Diana), Sofia Richie, and Austin Mahone walk the runway, not-total randos with large social followings who…

All the Best, Worst and Boringest Outfits On the Red Carpet Death Match That Is the Oscars

It’s the moment you’ve been waiting a whole year for, the Battle Royale-slash-Hunger Games of red carpets: the 89th Academy Awards. Who will live? Who will die? Who will revolt against the whole system in an attempt to save humanity from a genocidal caste system? Who will be this girl? Everyone and no one! Let the…

While You're at Coachella, Pregnant Beyoncé Will Hopefully Be Resting With Her Feet Up

Beyoncé is no longer doing Coachella this summer, pushing back her performance dates to 2018, on account of the fact that she is freaking pregnant with twins. She announced her postponement via a statement to the Associated Press, pinpointing the schedule change on “doctor’s orders.” By the time Coachella rolls around…

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Watch Noah Cyrus and Labrinth Do a Beautiful Version of 'Make Me (Cry)' on James Corden

Noah Cyrus, the 17-year-old younger sis of fellow singers Miley and Brandi, will release her cheekily named debut NC-17 sometime this year, and the lead single is “Make Me (Cry),” a pleading, surprisingly produced love song with British dreamboat Labrinth. Last night the duo hit The Late Late Show with James Corden to…

'I Pee & I See the Capitol': DC Punk Band Priests on Antagonizing and Owning Their Means of Production

There’s no denying that, over the past decade and a half, music has opened up. The internet’s made way for genre explorations and collaborations that, before, might have never seemed possible; it’s obliterated regionalism (and perhaps territorialism), given global music acolytes access to the micro-est of genres,…