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   Since its beginnings in 2002, Los Angeles band the Bronx has incorporated a sunny element within its version of hardcore. Maybe it’s a California thing, but it’s hard to describe their explosive, melodic, pump-your-fist music, other than to call it pizza-party punk. Their latest effort The Bronx (IV) is lacking any form of anger, which feels weird for a band of their ilk. Still, songs like “Along for the Ride” and “Ribcage” are loud, brash, and annoyingly infectious. The slower-paced standout “Torches” uses a quiet-then-loud...
One of our favorite bridesmaids (and plus-sized clothing line designers!), Melissa McCarthy, has announced that she and her husband, Ben Falcone, will be directing a new movie, Tammy. It’s clear that the couple has no time to waste, as they recently began a production company called On the Day, with three films in the works already. Not only will McCarthy and Falcone direct the film, but they also wrote the script together. Tammy will star McCarthy as a woman who decides to take a road...
“The Light That Shines” is a documentary about Jill, a young woman diagnosed with breast cancer just after her wedding. She underwent chemotherapy, radiation, five surgeries, and a double mastectomy. She later lost an implant due to an infection and no longer wears a prosthetic breast to replace it. She has now been diagnosed with incurable stage 4 bone cancer. Jill's dream is to inspire other women to love their bodies and feel comfortable no matter how they look. When Australian photographer Sue Bryce received...
Merely a week before conservative radio talk show host Kevin Swanson claimed that your birth controlled womb is the home for dead fetuses, he sat down to explain the difference between “cute” and “ugly” feminists. Fellow Christian Dave Buehner joined Swanson in the discussion, as they talk through the ways in which feminists became “selfish, narcissistic, family-destroying whores.” Swanson starts off by asserting that all feminists goals are loads of sex, birth control, and abortion. Makes sense, because birth control doesn’t prevent pregnancy or anything like...
“Land of the Innocent” is the latest from electro-pop group Feathers. This Austin, Texas gals give us the best synthy beats and moody vocals with this track off their upcoming album If All Here Now, set for release April 15th. The video gets an A+ for the ladies’ super dope threads and strange, ethereal imagery. Watching this video just makes me want to zone out and drive my car around until I get lost.   Photo via Feathers.Bandcamp.com ...