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Last year, in making his video for "Bound 2," Kanye West enacted a weird-as-fuck motorcycle-sex fantasy with Kim Kardashian, his fiancee. Hollywood stoner buds James Franco and Seth Rogen then…   Read Story »
We're in the thick of results season for Stereogum and Videogum's annual readers poll, the Gummy Awards. Your favorite albums and new artists of 2013 have already been revealed; now it's time to…   Read Story »
I didn't post one of these lists last week, because Thanksgiving, which meant that we had a ton of worthy videos to choose from this week, and that plenty of them didn't make it. And this would also…   Read Story »
Last week, Kanye West released his perfectly absurd video for the great Yeezus closer "Bound 2," in which he an a naked Kim Kardashian made out on an obviously greenscreened motorcycle. You probably…   Read Story »
Last night, Arcade Fire were on Saturday Night Live's Tina Fey-hosted season premiere, where they played "Reflektor" and "Afterlife" and appeared in a sketch. Following the show, NBC aired a 30…   Read Story »
They're no longer SNL regulars, but the satirical fake-rap trio the Lonely Island is still making music, and next month they'll release The Wack Album, their third LP. The album includes a couple of…   Read Story »
Last time on James Franco Vs. Riff Raff, we reported that the rapper would mirror one of Franco's postmodern art stunts -- appearing on General Hospital -- by taking a cameo role on soap One Life To…   Read Story »
Warning: The levels of meta weirdness in this post may hurt your brain. The movie star James Franco likes engaging in attention-grabbing art-pranks, and his most famous one probably came when he…   Read Story »
After the video for Trinidad James's "All Gold Everything (Remix)" was released, Tom took to the Twitterverse to assist him in uncovering the identity of the "dreadlocked crustpunk-looking dude…   Read Story »
Before the band broke up, R.E.M. somehow ended up working with James Franco on two never-released videos from their final studio album Collapse Into Now. A couple of weeks ago, we saw Franco's "Blue"…   Read Story »