A U.S. record label that has reaped millions of dollars chronicling the drug war confronts a new era–and dozens of deaths.
How Paul Janeway went from speaking in tongues to fronting one of rock’s hottest live acts
In 2011, at age 23, Ramy Essam, Egypt’s “singer for the revolution” was lionized for helping to overthrow a dictator. Four years later, a brutal military crackdown has all but destroyed the country’s youthful protest movement while its hero bides his time in a faraway country, trying to keep the fight — and himself — alive.
Mastodon Cut Loose On New Disc
Tomorrow, the greatest book in the history of the printed word will finally be available for purchase by the general public. If you are only going to buy one book this year about an alcoholic, self-abusive, vegan, pyromaniac ex-circus clown with a talent for vomiting on command and stapling his scrotum to his leg, make sure this is the one: