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The English art rock band, whose late period sound is more relevant than ever thanks to artists like the Weeknd, are back on tour for the first time in years.  By Rob Tannenbaum September 8, 2022 Roxy Music live on Dutch TV in 1973 (l-r Eddie Jobson, Phil Manzanera, Bryan Ferry, Paul Thompson, Sal Maida,
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The excellent new album ‘Alpha Zulu,’ recorded at night in the famous museum during lockdown, captures the chemistry of a band that’s defied rock ‘n’ roll cliche to stay best friends for 25 years. By Jeremy Gordon Photography by Kevin Buitrago September 8, 2022 GQ Hype: It’s the big story of right now. There are no
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The beloved actor, who’s endured several personal struggles in past years, was moved to tears following the response to his performance in The Whale. By Grant Rindner September 7, 2022 Brendan Fraser at the 79 Venice International Film Festival 2022 red carpet in Venice Italy on September 4th, 2022Courtesy of Rocco Spaziani/Archivio Spaziani/Mondadori Portfolio via
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Almost four years after her improbable arrival in Washington, Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has become the political voice of a generation—and a cultural star whose power transcends politics. Now, as the country hurtles toward the midterm elections, AOC opens up about the battle over abortion, her own shot at the presidency, and why it’s critical that
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In addition to a Nobody sequel, he’s hoping to kick even more ass: “I still train multiple times a week.” By Grant Rindner September 2, 2022 Leon Bennett When Bob Odenkirk starred in the 2021 revenge film Nobody, part of the novelty—and appeal—was seeing an actor most widely known for Saul Goodman’s verbal dexterity and
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On album 13, God Did, he’s still able to call in stellar features from the likes of Jay-Z, Lil Baby and 21 Savage. The secret to Khaled’s success is simpler than it seems. By Sama’an Ashrawi Photography by Siggy Owho Osimini September 2, 2022 I’ve been struggling with making direct eye contact lately. Maybe it’s
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He sings about the end of the world on his provocative post-soul album, Wasteland. But even though he’s pessimistic about the future, he still wants to own it. By Israel Daramola September 1, 2022 Brent FaiyazCourtesy of Bobby Banks On wax, Brent Faiyaz often comes off as laconic and over it, qualities that have made
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After the legendary actor died suddenly last year, writer Jon Sternfeld was left with the surreal task of completing his posthumous memoir, Scenes From My Life. By Gabriella Paiella August 30, 2022 Michael K. Williams in Brooklyn, 2021.Arturo Holmes / Getty Images When Michael K. Williams died from an accidental drug overdose last year at
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The mesmerizing breakout star of Saint Maud travels to Middle Earth, where she’s leading Amazon’s impossibly ambitious The Lord of the Rings series. By Ralph Jones Photography by Daniel Ciufo August 30, 2022 Shirt and pants, by Erdem. Boots, by Valentino. Jewelry, her own. GQ Hype: It’s the big story of right now. Morfydd Clark and
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The new trailer shows how Radcliffe transformed himself into everyone’s favorite accordion-playing oddball. By Grant Rindner August 29, 2022 Quinta Brunson as Oprah Winfrey and Daniel Radcliffe as Weird Al in Weird: The Al Yankovic Story.Courtesy of Aaron Epstein for The Roku Channel. From Freddie Mercury to James Brown to Madonna herself, many of the
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