The brave new pastiche of podcast and cartoon created by Adventure Time’s Pendleton Ward and comedian Duncan Trussel, Netflix’s The Midnight Gospel, is out now.
In this edition of AWOPBAMBOOM, we shine a light on a few artists who are keeping us entertained as they honor coronavirus heroes and raise funds for people in need.
Hello, how low, and welcome to this week’s AWOPBAMBOOM internet citizens. This week, I’ve got Nevermind in review, Joji released a new track, and we remember John Prine.
We’ve got another out-of-this world segment of Dad’s Records (and no more poorly set-up alien puns), we’ll remember Bill Withers, and check out a new music video from Marcus Mumford and Reuben James.
This week we introduce a new segment, we remember Adam Schlesinger, and we thank the musicians who’ve contributed to the #togetherathome live concert streams.
This week, we’ll run though the most tone-deaf cover of John’s Lennon’s “Imagine” imaginable, The Weeknd’s and Childish Gambino’s new albums, and we remember a man who played his hand well, Kenny Rogers.
This week we’ll check out Coldplay’s Orwellian music video, artists livestreaming from home to encourage social distancing, and Lil Uzi Vert’s Deluxe release of Eternal Atake.
We’ve got a lot on tap — The Weeknd, Coronavirus closures, a Billie Eilish controversy, and more — for today, so sit back and buckle up and enjoy the read!
This week we’re reviewing Dave — Lil Dicky’s new show on FX and Hulu — and checking out the titular song from his last album, Professional Rapper.
Happy Birthday, The Dinah! The largest all-girl music festival – celebrating lesbian, queer and female empowerment – is celebrating the big 3-0 this year.