Persona 4: Dancing All Night is not, as I worried, blood squeezed from a stone, and that's the first of its many surprises. Here's another: From start to finish, Persona 4: Dancing All Night nails the feel of classic PSOne-era rhythm games. Perhaps its biggest surprise is this: Persona 4 is one of my favorite games (and, by unlikely extension, game franchises) ever, but I still think I'd get a lot out of by Persona 4: Dancing All Night without that history.
On Monday, Ryan Adams released his much-anticipated album of covers from Taylor Swift's "1989." Now the pair have revealed they've also worked together and would be open to a future collaboration. Adams appeared on DJ Zane Lowe's Beats One radio show to talk about the cover album and was joined there by Swift, who called in to the show. "They're not cover songs," said Swift of the album.
Our guide to this week's (and last week's) album releases also features the week's top new music videos from artists like Ought, Disclosure, and Kelela, plus brand new streaming music from CHVRCHES, Julia Holter, Kurt Vile, and more. Read and Post Comments | Get the full article at Metacritic
This article, NCIS: New Orleans : More Music, a Crossover and 5 Other Season 2 Teases, originally appeared on TVGuide.com. NCIS: New Orleans will continue to make its mark as "the fun one" of the NCIS franchise in Season 2, starting with the premiere episode, which features a guest appearance by Grammy-winning local musician Dr. John. "What was so much fun about shooting with Dr. John was we get to experience really ... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com NCIS: New Orleans Zoe McLellan Scott Bakula Lucas Black CCH Pounder Gary Glasberg Annie Potts Shalita Grant Daryl Mitchell
This article, Watch: Taraji P. Henson and Kerry Washington's Apple Music Commercial May Have Been the Best Thing About the Emmys, originally appeared on TVGuide.com. We'd give anything to see footage of Kerry Washington and Taraji P. Henson getting down at the Emmys after-parties, if their Apple Music commercial is any indication. The ad, which ran several times during Sunday's Emmys broadcast on Fox and was directed by Selma director Ava DuVernay, features the ... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Kerry Washington Taraji P. Henson Mary J. Blige Ava DuVernay
This article, Watch Jimmy Fallon and Lionel Richie Hilariously Recreate the "Hello" Music Video, originally appeared on TVGuide.com. On Friday's The Tonight Show , host Jimmy Fallon recruited Lionel Richie to recreate the singer's iconic 1983 music video for "Hello." However, rather than have Fallon work on clay bust of Richie like in the original video, Richie played the part of the bust himself. Somehow, Fallon singing a duet ... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Jimmy Fallon Lionel Richie The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
The new spot on East Colfax is firing on all cylinders. A new bar, eatery, and live music venue joined the East Colfax scene. Red Octave Kitchen and Bar is the brainchild of restaurateur Phil Long and chef David Sanchez, both of whom have spent a good part of their careers in hospitality in the mountains in Vail and Beaver Creek.
James Island restaurant The Lot has always been a bit of an under-the-radar culinary wonder, but with Charleston Scene critic Deidre Schipani's latest rave review, that may not be the case any more. The Lot recently made changes in the kitchen and promoted R.J. Dye to replace former executive chef Alex Lira — thus prompting a new look at the farm-to-table eatery.
This article, Watch Lady Gaga's Powerful Music Video about Sexual Assault on Campus, originally appeared on TVGuide.com. Lady Gaga debuted her new single, "Till It Happens to You," on Friday along with a music video that acts as a powerful public service announcement about campus rape. In the emotionally raw ballad, Gaga, who has spoken publicly about her own experiences as a rape survivor, sings about the emptiness of ... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Lady GaGa Diane Warren Catherine Hardwicke Nikki Reed
Apps and services like Spotify and Amazon's recommendation engine might be eerily accurate at predicting what we'd like to listen to based on past trackless, but for most US consumers, it's radio where, more often than not, they'll get their first exposure to an artist or group. The latest Nielsen investigation into US musical tastes and listening habits finds that just 9% of Americans don't consider themselves music listeners. Three quarters of the population (75%) are listening online (up over 10% from the same point in 2014), in other words, streaming.