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A few weeks ago, Trent sat for a crowdsourced interview with Digg's Kevin Rose. It looked like a success, but (surprise) NIN fanboys weren't satisfied with the questions. Never one to shy away from…   Read Story »
We've dissed Prince's graphic design (non)sense and draconian web presence and poked fun at his wanting to poke Salma Hayek, but the great thing about the Purple One is that he clearly wouldn't give…   Read Story »
The Nobel Prize winning Mexican beauty directed Prince's "Te Amo Corazon" video in 2005, but the two kept things professional. ("Salma is the most thoughtful, attentive director I have ever worked…   Read Story »
At first brush Mississippi's Dent May doesn't seem like the sort of dude to be sharing bills with Excepter and Beach House like he did during CMJ, or Animal Collective like he's doing now in Europe.…   Read Story »
The artist formerly known as The Artist Formerly Known As Prince may need lessons in graphic and web design, but when it comes to showmanship we are all his bitches. The little man is in Los Angeles…   Read Story »
You'd think Prince would've mobilized the newer power generation by now, but the Purple One has always had a tough time going digital. In 1998, he pissed off lots of his fans by asking them to…   Read Story »
You can check out the offending art and read about the Purple One's new digital download site LOtUSFLOW3R.com (which launches 3/24), related L.A. live shows (all on 3/24), Leno appearances (3/25-27),…   Read Story »
Three albums? Homosexual Bible studies? Prince you stole all of my New Year's resolutions. According to a 12/31 post on the LA Times blog, in which Ann Powers gets the "Golden Ticket" of an invite to…   Read Story »
When we posted Prince's funky olive oil, email, and bragadoccio-filled "There Will Never B Another 1 Like Me" last week, we mentioned four guitar-heavy songs Steve Jones debuted the previous day on…   Read Story »
In Prince's new track, he wakes up, puts olive oil in his hair, checks his email and moves straight into the braggadocio. It's not one of the guitar heavy songs Steve Jones debuted on Jonesy's…   Read Story »