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American Horror Story began it's foray into "freak show" territory last week and seems to be adopting some traditions from Ryan Murphy's other show, Glee, by featuring a lot of musical performances…   Read Story »
The theme song for Showtime's new show The Affair is written and performed by Fiona Apple. The song is called "Container" and was produced by frequent collaborator and tourmate Blake Mills.…   Read Story »
Pro tip: If you go see the singer-songwriter Blake Mills live, there's a good chance you'll see Fiona Apple, too. Apple has kept a relatively low profile for the past year or so, but she's toured…   Read Story »
Blake Mills is a frequent tourmate and collaborator with Fiona Apple, and Apple shows up on his new single along with another creative partner of hers, Jon Brion. The tune, from Mills' upcoming Heigh…   Read Story »
As previously reported, Fiona Apple plays a villain named BioFrau on H-Man a knowingly goofy French superhero TV show created by Joseph Cahill, who directed Apple's great "Every Single Night" video.…   Read Story »
UPDATE: Frank Ocean has responded to the controversy with a Tumblr post that simply links to wikipedia.org/wiki/Defamation. UPDATE 2: Ocean has shared an image of a check he's made out for…   Read Story »
Fiona Apple is due to appear in the satirical French superhero show H-Man. She plays a character named BioFrau, the leader of activist group "Feux Verts" ("green lights"?) and judging from the teaser…   Read Story »
The upcoming Sweetheart 2014 compilation brings together top alternative musicians covering their favorite love songs. We've already heard the album's first three tracks: Jim James doing Bob Marley's…   Read Story »
Technological currents have carried us ever closer to cyborg status, our smartphones becoming more and more like permanent extensions of our hands. That includes at concerts, where shooting photo and…   Read Story »
In an interview with Revolt TV, Panic! At The Disco frontman Brendon Urie reveals that "Miss Jackson," the lead single from the band's latest album Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die! was built…   Read Story »