In case you wanted to hear Michael Jackson… More »
Last night, Tyra Banks commanded the stringbean drones populating this season of America’s Next Top Model (seriously, when they run to Tyra’s glaring portrait to read their new assignment off the ticker–out loud, in unison, shrieking–I half expect it to read “DRINK THIS KOOL-AID”) to become the… More »
During last night’s episode of American Idol, Carly Smithson (née Hennessy) came sorta-clean about her major-label past, talking about how her label “imploded” after her album came out–although said label, MCA, didn’t so much “implode” as “get absorbed by Geffen a few months after that… More »
Coincidence? Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot, longtime rock critics and hosts of the “Sound Opinions” radio show, were invited onto last night’s Late Night With Conan O’Brien to discuss the Grammys in lieu of a peppy young celeb, because when you want references to Kraftwerk and Robert Bly you still… More »
This morning, Today sat down for a chat with Delilah DiCrescenzo, the young Olympic hopeful who inspired the Plain White T’s “Hey There Delilah” and who’ll be attending the Grammys next month as lead singer Tom Higginson’s date. Even though she has a boyfriend! More »
We’ve been following the exploits of the moshpitting, Jonas Brothers-hating YouTube sensation ADiehardFOBFan all week, but only Alex Goldberg–who likes to go by the name XxstrokesmegafanxX from time to time–was outraged enough by her profane, grouchy tirades to craft his own point-by-point… More »
Well, it took him less than a week, but Idolator videographer Alex Goldberg has found a band that irritates him more than the frontman of French dance-rock band Neimo. Here, with supporting video evidence, he relates witnessing the “death of ironic hipster karaoke rock,” the plague of bands featuring one or more people on stage “singing”/miming/dancing like tools while backed by iPod or laptop.
Last weekend, Idolator videographer Alex Goldberg caught French synth-punk band Neimo for the second time. The first time, he was so irritated by shaggy frontdude Bruno Dallesandro’s onstage mimicry of rock’s great frontmen that he intended to use his digital skills to poke fun at him for all the Internet to see. But the second time, he felt a stirring inside of himself that he couldn’t quite explain. Well, he tries to explain it to us (with supporting video evidence) after the jump.
On a drizzly night this week, Idolator videographer Alex Goldberg headed out to the corner of Bedford Ave. and N. More »