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The Clock Tower: ‘Supergirl’ Calls Out Some BS While ‘Batwoman’ Engages in Some

(Welcome to The Clock Tower , where we’ll break down the goings on of the The CW network’s Arrowverse. We’ll touch on things like themes , cultural impact, lead-ins to major events, ships, and more every week! Warning: this Clock Tower is filled with spoilers . Proceed at your own risk.) Readers, friends, countrypeople – I lied to you last week. Only half of The Arrowverse was off this time. Supergirl and Batwoman held down the fort while the teams on the Waverider and in Centra...
Tags: Television, Movies, America, Features, World, Gotham, The Cw, Batwoman, Batman, Kate, Cw, Alex, Alice, Ray, Trump, Kane


Infinite Dendrogram Episode 11 Impression

On this episode, Lucius fights Yuri with his calculations. Later, Ray battles Franklin and learns about a previous incident.It was satisfying to see Lucius outsmart Yuri and even find out that he's a girl. Also, the battle between Ray and Franklin is pretty cool due to a bunch of twisted counters. Other than that, I've been finding the female villains in male bodies to be quite annoying and cunning in this series. Now what's going to happen next? I can't wait to find out. Overall, cool battles a...
Tags: Anime, Ray, Lucius, Franklin, Yuri


Indie Stars Respond To Celebrity “Imagine” Video With Blink-182’s “I Miss You”

In ways that she couldn't have possibly anticipated, Gal Gadot gave the world a great gift last week. When Gadot rounded up a bunch of her friends to sing lines from John Lennon's "Imagine" into their phones, she gave us all something that we can mercilessly clown while we're stuck in quarantine. Already, … More »
Tags: Video, Music, John Lennon, Blink-182, Whitney, Mac Demarco, Ryley Walker, Natalie Prass, Dj Harrison, Kevin Morby, Lucius, Gal Gadot, David Bazan, Danny Brown, Matthew Koma, Demi Adejuyigbe


Sunday’s Music Live-Streams: Katie Couric (!), Evanescence, Miguel, Bastillo, Alex Aiono

Newly announced music performance live-streams added for Sunday include Evanescence, Miguel, Bastille, Alex Aiono … and, believe it or not, a piano performance by news anchor Katie Couric. Those five web mini-concerts are all late additions to the Sunday schedule sponsored by Global Citizen as part of the “Together at Home” series. All will take […]
Tags: News, Miguel, Courtney Barnett, Global Citizen, Katie Couric, Lucius, Chris Janson, Alex Aiono, Evanescence, Miguel Bastille Alex Aiono


This Weekend’s Music Live-Streams: Brad Paisley & Vince Gill, Jewel, Diplo, Lucius, More

The live-stream concert phenom continues in earnest this weekend with a couple of powerful multi-artist bills, starting with Sunday’s stripped-down, all-star version of the Grand Ole Opry with acoustic performances by Vince Gill, Brad Paisley and Marty Stuart, stepping into the Ryman without a live audience or the usual backing crew. Sunday night, the focus […]
Tags: News, Jonathan Wilson, Diplo, Fred Armisen, Jewel, Courtney Barnett, Lucius, Sharon Van Etten, Chris Young, Chris Janson, Lukas Nelson, Sheryl Crow, Nathaniel Rateliff, Vince Gill, Marty Stuart, Brad Paisley


Video premiere: Bebopalula, ‘Coloring Book’

L.A. quartet Bebopalula don’t call themselves a band, but a songwriting collective — four guys with solid bona fides whose music is rooted in, but certainly not constrained by, tradition. Sixties guys at heart, they stretch the boundaries of what history has pigeonholed as power-pop, adding their own paisley flourishes with skill, precision and no small amount of (what some would call impish) enthusiasm. “Coloring Book,” the first single from the quartet’s long-in-the-works debut album, puts the...
Tags: Video, Music, Florida, Featured, Local Artist, Neil Hamburger, Jules, Harry Nilsson, Linda Perry, Val Mccallum, Reed, Lucius, Moody Blues, Chris Price, Geffen, Badfinger


Harry Styles thrills Forum fans by debuting new ‘Fine Line’ album live, duets with Stevie Nicks

At the end of his opening number, Harry Styles, the young English singer-songwriter with an old musical soul, grinned at the screaming fans who packed the Forum on Friday and pronounced himself pleased. “I’m ba-a-ack!” he said, which, as the 90 minutes that followed proved, he was. Back at the Forum in Inglewood where his previous tour had wrapped up with two sold-out nights in July 2018. Back in Los Angeles where he’s lived off and on in the nearly five years since One Direction, the British bo...
Tags: California, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Paul Mccartney, Fleetwood Mac, Harry, Stevie Nicks, Southern California, Kiwi, Concerts, Lucius, Inglewood, Andrew McMahon


Top 2021 NHL Draft Prospects Emerging

The Hughes family | Photo by Dave Sandford/NHLI via Getty Images We’re a few months into the season, and as expected, after a banner year for American/NCAA prospects in the 2019 NHL Draft, the 2020 NHL Draft is shaping up to be a quieter year, at least as far as first round prospects are concerned. The good news is that the 2021 NHL Draft is already shaping up to be much stronger for future NCAA players. With the completion of last week’s World U17 Challenge, real scouts are starting to g...
Tags: London, Minnesota, US, Sport, Power, Wisconsin, Ncaa, Michigan, Getty, Quinn, Hockey, NHL, Johnson, Jack, Young, University Of Michigan


Brandi Carlile Gets Red-Hot and ‘Blue’ Saluting Joni Mitchell at Disney Hall

If nothing else was established by Brandi Carlile’s live recreation of Joni Mitchell’s 1971 “Blue” album — and plenty else was — it was that the 38-year-old singer has nerves even steelier than her vocal cords are pliable. Mitchell is as impossible to emulate as a ridiculously tricky singer, songwriter and picker as they come, which […]
Tags: Reviews, News, Elton John, James Taylor, Joni Mitchell, Mitchell, Lucius, Brandi Carlile, Disney Hall, Concert Reviews


Concert Review: Mavis Staples Lifts Off With Brandi Carlile, Jason Isbell at 80th Birthday Gig in L.A. (Watch)

There can’t be too many joys in a performer’s life that would rank higher than being tapped, slapped and ultimately pummeled on the shoulder by an appreciative Mavis Staples. That happened a lot in a luminary-filled “Mavis & Friends” show Wednesday at L.A.’s Theatre at Ace Hotel, where he more impassioned guests quickly learned that […]
Tags: Reviews, News, Jason Isbell, Phoebe Bridgers, M. Ward, Mavis Staples, Lucius, Brandi Carlile, Trombone Shorty, Concert Reviews, Brandi Carlile Jason Isbell


Raised by Wolves: Matias Varela Joins Ridley Scott’s Sci-Fi Series

Raised by Wolves: Matias Varela joins Ridley Scott’s sci-fi series Matias Varela (Narcos) has been cast as a series regular opposite Travis Fimmel (Vikings) in Ridley Scott’s sci-fi drama series Raised by Wolves for TNT, Deadline has confirmed. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() { var standAloneSizeMapping = google...
Tags: TV, Movies, TV News, Cia, TNT, Ridley Scott, Lucius, Scott, Varela, Patty Jenkins, Cape Town Africa, Aaron Guzikowski, Scott Free Productions, Travis Fimmel, Graeme Manson, Raised By Wolves


Detective Comics #501 - Don Newton art

Detective Comics v1 #501, 1981 -  Receiving mysterious telegrams, Alfred and Lucius depart for Paris with their friend the Batman not far behind. One of them is the suspected murderer of Mademoiselle Marie, hero of the French Resistance in WWII. Don Newton's shadowy drawings seem perfectly suited given the number of nighttime scenes. He employs dramatic lighting often yet appropriately. Newton's [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Paris, Batman, Newton, Alfred, Lucius, Ted Ignacio, Don Newton, French Resistance, Mademoiselle Marie


Richard Swift Tribute 7″ Series The Fug Yep Soundation Features James Mercer, Dan Auerbach, & More

Indie-rock singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Richard Swift passed away this summer at the far-too-young age of 41. Swift had battled with alcoholism for years, and his family revealed that he had been diagnosed with hepatitis and liver and kidney distress shortly before his death. Secretly Canadian posthumously released his final album, … More »
Tags: Music, News, Fruit Bats, Dan Auerbach, Damien Jurado, Lucius, David Bazan, Richard Swift, Jonathan Rado, James Mercer, Pure Bathing Culture, Nathaniel Rateliff and The Night Sweats, Jessie Baylin, Gardens And Villa, James Mercer Dan Auerbach


‘Gladiator’ Sequel Moving Forward With Ridley Scott Directing

Ridley Scott wants to return to ancient Rome with a Gladiator sequel. A potential sequel to the Oscar-winning 2000 film has been rumbled about for years, but now it appears Scott is finally moving forward with the project, with hopes to direct. The sequel will follow Lucius, the nephew of Joaquin Phoenix‘s character from the first film. The original film featured Russell Crowe as a former Roman general who becomes a gladiator after being betrayed. Deadline says Ridley Scott is finally planni...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Rome, Sequels, Dreamworks, Russell Crowe, Vietnam, TNT, Ridley-Scott, Paramount Pictures, Joaquin Phoenix, Christ, Nick Cave, Lucius, Scott, Maximus


Ridley Scott Working On A Gladiator Sequel

Ridley Scott working on a Gladiator sequel Almost two decades after the original Oscar-winning historical drama hit theaters, Gladiator is coming back to the big screen as Ridley Scott is moving forward with a sequel with Peter Craig (Top Gun: Maverick) attached to write, according to Deadline. RELATED: Ridley Scott’s Raised By Wolves Ordered Straight to Series at TNT The original film, which hit theaters in 2000 and won five Oscars out of its 11 nominations and grossed over $457 million wo...
Tags: Movies, United States, South Africa, Dreamworks, TNT, Ridley Scott, Paramount Pictures, Universal Pictures, Lucius, Scott, Maximus, Sapiens, Gladiator, Marcus Aurelius, Aurelius, Paul Getty


Lucius, Live In Concert: Newport Folk 2018

Lucius' fifth appearance at Newport saw the group outdo itself, with choreography, a tribute to Richard Swift and many, many friends.(Image credit: Adam Kissick /NPR )
Tags: News, Lucius, Newport, Richard Swift


Viviane Sassen's best photograph: her son Lucius cast in shadow

‘We all cast shadows on our children. This felt like a glimpse into the future, the way my body appears to lengthen his … as if he already has long legs. And one day he will’I shot this picture of my son, Lucius, on a beach somewhere between Cape Town and Mossel Bay, in South Africa. He’s 10 now, but he was two at the time. I had taken my family on a trip to install an exhibition. I was also working on a project with seaweed. My husband and Lucius were helping me throw large pieces of kelp up in...
Tags: Art, Family, Photography, Africa, Life and style, World news, Culture, South Africa, Art and design, Cape Town, Parents and parenting, Lucius, Mossel Bay, Viviane Sassen


Fashion Inspired by the Hogwarts Houses - Slytherin

For those with "a certain disregard for the rules." JK Rowling changed the world when she wrote the Harry Potter series. Not only did she write seven amazing novels, but she created a new and exciting world for all of her readers to lose themselves in.  If you don’t already know the story of Harry Potter, there’s too much to summarize here, so we recommend picking up the books already (you’ll thank us!) or checking out the HP Wikipedia Page for a detailed summary. Suffice to say the books r...
Tags: College, Harry Potter, Jk Rowling, Harry, Voldemort, Severus Snape, Snape, Lucius, Ron, Hogwarts School of Witchcraft, Hogwarts, Sharon, Hufflepuff, Draco, Ravenclaw, Slytherin


The Rise Of Artist Curated Festivals

Performing has long been a mainstay of most musician's income, and as festivals continue to grow in popularity, many artists have found that they can earn good money and maintain more creative control by engineering more artist curated festivals. ___________________________ Guest post by Amanda Wicks of CASH Music It’s no secret that musicians earn a significant percentage of their revenue from touring. What they recoup from streaming — which now undergirds the music industry more th...
Tags: Music, Beyonce, Jay Z, Indiana, Guest Post, New York Times, Eminem, Sony, Reddit, Mars, Drake, Coachella, Department Of Justice, Francis, Jenny Lewis, Ticketmaster


25 Record Store Day 2018 exclusive releases we'd actually like to own

Record Store Day is Saturday (4/21) and the list of exclusive titles available can be overwhelming to pour through, even for record collector nerds. There's a lot of chaff amongst the sonic wheat but here are 25 RSD18 exclusives that we'll be on the lookout for on Saturday. Continue reading… [Author: BrooklynVegan Staff]
Tags: Music, Pink Floyd, Neil Young, Sufjan Stevens, David Bowie, The Cure, Jim James, Arcade Fire, Record Store Day, Spectrum, Courtney Barnett, Music News, The Decemberists, Plush, Wire, Lalo Schifrin


Remembering Lucius: The horse that followed Red Rum in winning the National

Grand National-winning jockey Bob Davies recalls the day, 40 years ago, that he rode Lucius to victory at Aintree.
Tags: Sport, Lucius, Red Rum, Bob Davies


Video: Jonathan Wilson, “There’s A Light”

With an introduction by Bedouine and guest vocals from Lucius, the Grant James-directed video for Jonathan Wilson’s “There’s A Light” uses hand-made analog effects to boost this performance video to dizzy dimensions. Filming at the Lodge Room, James employed obsolete Japanese broadcast cameras to capture the band as if they’re playing on a foreign TV show. The uplifting song is full of encouraging lyrics, love of the land, self and pretty much should have you waving an American flag and hugging ...
Tags: Video, Music, Featured, Jonathan Wilson, Local Artist, Wilson, Lucius, Bedouine, Lucius the Grant James, Lodge Room James


You Wanna Get Nuts? The New Gotham Promo Gets Nuts

BEGIN SLIDESHOW You wanna get nuts? The new Gotham promo gets nuts Following last night’s new episode, FOX has released the first promo for the next episode of Gotham Season 4, which you can check out in the player below! Set to air Thursday, March 15, the episode is titled “A Dark Knight: Reunion” and is described as follows: “Ivy (guest star Peyton List) picks her next target, leading Gordon and Lucius back to an old friend, as Selina tries to take matters into her own hands. Sofia want...
Tags: TV, Movies, Gotham, TV News, Ben Mckenzie, Alfred, Sofia, Lucius, Lee, Gordon, Bruce, John Stephens, Erin Richards, Edward Nygma, Peyton List, SELINA


Gotham Episode 4.14 Photos: Reunion

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Gotham episode 4.14 photos: Reunion Ahead of tonight’s all-new episode, FOX has released the first photos for the next episode of Gotham Season 4, which you can check out in the gallery below! Set to air Thursday, March 15 the episode is titled “A Dark Knight: Reunion” and is described as follows: “Ivy (guest star Peyton List) picks her next target, leading Gordon and Lucius back to an old friend, as Selina tries to take matters into her own hands. Sofia wants full control...
Tags: TV, Movies, Gotham, TV News, Ben Mckenzie, Alfred, Sofia, Lucius, Lee, Gordon, Bruce, John Stephens, Erin Richards, Edward Nygma, Peyton List, SELINA


This Week’s Shows: March 5-11

Upcoming Los Angeles concerts: Gogol Bordello, k.d. lang, SYML, the Blank Tapes, Dear Boy, Levi Petree, Mirros for Psychic Warfare, Craig Wedren, Blood Candy, Jordan Rakei, Starset, Lucy Rose, U.S. Girls, the Academic, the Rubens, Gun Outfit, Shea, Katelyn Tarver, Architects, Billie Eilish, Talib Kweli, Kyle Craft, the Suffers, Night Talks, the Stolen, Chola Orange, Young Creatures, Cadence Weapon, Albert Hammond Jr., Matt Costa, Son Lux, the Psychedelic Furs, Jawbreaker, Lord Huron, King Lil G,...
Tags: Preview, Albert Hammond Jr, Alien Ant Farm, American Nightmare, Antibalas, Architects, Billie Eilish, Blood Candy, Buddy Guy, Cadence Weapon, Chola Orange, Coin, Craig Wedren, Criminal Hygiene, Current Joys, Cutty Flam


Tonight in L.A.: Air + Style, the Lone Bellow, Clara-Nova, Earthless, the Presets, Meg Baird, Jake Shimabukuro, the Pyschedelic Furs, Burger a Go-Go, Tall Juan, Bones Muhroni, Lucius, Goldensuns

Los Angeles concerts for Sunday: ► Day 2 of Air + Style brings Phoenix, Griz, Gucci Mane, Washed Out, Phantogram and more, at Expo Park [Set times at the end of this post.] ► The Lone Bellow visit the Fonda Theatre in support of their most recent album, “Walk Into a Storm,” with Devon Gilfillian opening. ► Clara-Nova celebrates the release of her EP, “The Iron Age,” with a show at the Moroccan Lounge. The Mynabirds and Rainstorm Brother join in. ► Meg Baird does a night at Zebulon, joined by Bil...
Tags: Music, Los Angeles, San Diego, Preview, Alex, Continental, Clara Nova, Teragram Ballroom, Lucius, Earthless, Roya, Largo, Brian Whelan, Johnny Travis Jr, Delta Dawns, Patsy


Tonight in L.A.: Air + Style, Buffalo Tom, Sharon Van Etten, David Rawlings, Self Help Fest, Burger A Go-Go, Lucius, Los Tigres Del Norte, Flor, Lola Kirke, Datsik, Anastasia Max, the Dales, Distant Cousins

Los Angeles concerts for Saturday: ► Day 1 of Air + Style goes off at Expo Park, with Phoenix, Zedd, Cashmere Cat, Cut Copy, D.R.A.M., Griz, Mura Masa and more. [Set times at the end of this post.] ► David Rawlings plays the Theatre at Ace Hotel. ► Buffalo Tom headlines the Teragram Ballroom, doing two sets — one an album performance of 1992’s “Let Me Come Over” and the other songs from their catalog, including their new album “Quiet and Peace.” ► Self Help Fest brings A Day to Remember, Papa Ro...
Tags: Music, Florida, Los Angeles, Tracy, Steven Tyler, Preview, Alex, Continental, Dengue Fever, San Bernardino, Teragram Ballroom, Don Mclean, Lucius, Sharon Van Etten, Catalina Club, Largo


This Week's Interesting Music Releases - March 1, 2018

Soccer Mommy's Clean, an introspective indie pop gem, is my favorite new release this week. I can also recommend Anna von Hausswolff's Dead Magic, Camp Cope's How To Socialise & Make Friends, Haley Heynderickx's I Need To Start a Garden, Lucy Dacus's Historian, The Men's Drift, Suuns' Felt and Titus Andronicus's A Productive Cough. Reissues include remastered and expanded editions of three Pet Shop Boys albums (Actually, Introspective, Please). This week's interesting music releases: Al...
Tags: Music, Jonathan Wilson, Earth, David, Miley Cyrus, Janis Joplin, Charlotte, Sonny Smith, Joan Baez, Lucy Dacus, Lucius, INXS, Annie Lennox, Soundgarden, Jethro Tull, Andrew W K


This Week’s Shows: Feb. 26-March 4

Upcoming Los Angeles concerts: Air + Style, Van Morrison, Thurston Moore, Caught a Ghost, SAÍGO, Jesus Sons, Lauren Ruth Ward, G-Eazy, Birthday, Snarky Puppy, Black Label Society, Josh Turner, Dan Clēts, Brent Faiyaz, Hearty Har, Annachristie, Mike Posner, Senses Fail, Galactic Empire, Real Estate, Low Hum, Robert Francis, Vug Arakas, King Shelter, Soft Kill, Lalah Hathaway, Frankie & the Witch Fingers, Young Jesus, Henry Hall, the May Company, Busty & the Bass, Langhorne Slim, Margo Price, Noth...
Tags: Preview, Air + Style, Ana Tijoux, Anderson East, Annachristie, Bad in Bed, Birthday, Black LAbel Society, Bones Muhroni, Brent Faiyaz, Buffalo Tom, Bug Arakas, Burger A Go-Go, Busty & the Bass, Caught a Ghost, Cheap Tissue


Lucius – “Eventually” (Tame Impala Cover)

"Eventually," the fourth advance single from 2015's Currents, is my favorite Tame Impala song. From that initial burst of static onward, it's a beautiful behemoth, dainty yet gargantuan '70s AOR gorgeously rendered as Obama-era blog bait. Did I mention it's supremely catchy and that it couches the deeply uncomfortable experience of dumping someone into … More »
Tags: Music, Obama, Tame Impala, Lucius