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EIS Radio Goes Looking for Dave Bixby—and Finds Him

The latest episode of non-traditional, interview-based online radio program Everything In Stories is about reclusive psych-folk legend Dave Bixby. Listen below. 

Julian Casablancas Not Happy with the GQ Writer Who Implied He Was "Anti-Brunch"

Writer Zach Baron penned a feature about Julian Casablancas for GQ, and a quote from it about the NYC songwriter not being able to deal with "white people having brunch" on the weekends really fired some people up. Casablancas got fired up, too, directing his agression at Baron. Here's what he said to the Daily Beast about it:  

"God, that quote. People are mad about it! It’s so true, but I guess you can’t say it. That GQ reporter was bogus, anyway,"  Casablancas told  He was a total part-of-the-problem yuppie guy. He was a very nice guy, but I was talking about when I dropped out of high school and when I went to study music, and he had this weird, scary, shallow grin thing going on, and then said, “Oh, I didn’t realize that until my last year at Harvard,” and we were talking about current political stuff. It went over his head. I wanted to say, “Maybe you’ll understand this in a few years,” but I didn’t. Now I wish I had.

The Rise and Fall of The Red Bull Settlement 

For a second there it seemed like everyone who had drank a Red Bull in the last 12 years and DIDN'T sprout wings—as promised—was going to get a $10 settlement. But then the internet ruined everything

Iggy Pop Is Playing a Serial Killer in the New Dario Argento Movie

It's called The Sandman and the indieGoGo page  promises it will be the "most horrific film ever."

And, Finally...

Heems throwin' shade.

In Other News: The Rise and Fall of the Red Bull Settlement and More