Behold Atchafalaya Arcade. It’s an audio visual adventure that takes old technologies and scrambles them together in the present until something new and poetic arises out of the chaos.
It’s hard to imagine a comics event like DC’s Dark Nights: Metal, which features superhero mecha, bondage Joker Batman from an alternate dimension, and a weaponized infant god, without an absolutely ostentatious soundtrack in your head to go with it. Now it’s going to get one in real life, too.
In case you didn’t know, Alexa can help you find that one song with those one lyrics that go sort of like “blah blah blah” or whatever.
Spotify inched a little closer to owning the whole music streaming market today. Microsoft announced that its own subscription streaming service, Groove, will be mothballed and that it’s arranged a partnership to move you Groove-lovers into a safe zone with all your tunes.
John Williams’ score for Superman: The Movie is one of the most beloved and iconic pieces of movie music around. So even though the latest cinematic incarnation of the Man of Steel has his own excellent theme, we’re very happy to hear that Danny Elfman’s Justice League soundtrack will bring Williams’ unmistakable …
Update: Sold out
Earlier today, Star Trek: Discovery revealed its own theme song—a rare, full length one in the age of the title card stings and little else. It joins a long line of esteemed theme songs in the Trek franchise, but we thought we’d throw a question to you all: what’s your favorite TV theme of all time?
CBS continues to give little peeks at Star Trek: Discovery, its latest voyage to go where no one has gone before. The latest introduces the new main theme song... and luckily, there isn’t a single Enterprise electric guitar in sight.
Music streaming service Spotify no longer officially supports Apple’s Safari browser, and Safari users who attempt to access it say they are being redirected to use another browser or download Spotify’s desktop client.
Forget Ed Sheeran and his traveling band of whining Lannister minstrels, we’ve got the North of the Wall musical bosses over here.
70 years ago, Dinah Lance made her debut in DC’s Flash Comics #86 as the Black Canary, a badass femme fatale who infiltrated organized crime syndicates to destroy them from the inside out. In celebration of Dinah’s legacy, DC’s just dropped a new, three-song EP tied to the character’s more modern self.
There are many mysteries of human biology. Among those perhaps least considered, what do our bodies sound like?
What exists at the very center of the Venn diagram between Katy Perry’s feud with Taylor Swift, Stranger Things, Game of Thrones, and GLOW? Perry’s new music video for her song “Swish Swish,” that’s what. I’m sure there’s some kind of plot you’re supposed to pick up on here, but I’m struggling to find it.
In a rare instance of a record company doing the right thing, Sony became the first major label to legalize unofficial remixes and DJ mixes. It’s not like DJs were ever going to stop borrowing copyrighted samples for remixes. Remixes can’t be stopped! But now, finally, you’re going to start seeing more remixes on…
These are troubled times for SoundCloud, with staff lay offs, changing CEOs, and talk of emergency investment securing its future for the time being. As with any service that’s looking shaky, users will be (and should be) worried about getting their stuff out—you may have years of playlists, uploads, and podcasts…
As the world continues to freak out over that (now former) Google employee’s offensive memo, Google went and did something cool for once. It made a good Doodle.
Teen Titans Go! did a four-part series about fighting a dragon who wants to steal Cyborg’s favorite song, “The Night Begins to Shine.” (Because that is every dragon’s secret desire.) Following that story, Cartoon Network released the a music video for that song with the classic premise of “defeating evil with the…
“Stronger Than You” is perhaps Steven Universe’s best-known song, and is certainly one of its most beloved—a funky ode to the power of love that defines the series’ core themes. Cartoon Network took to Comic-Con last weekend to give the song its own music video, and it’s a lovely tribute to the show’s fans.