- by Variance Staff
- December 11, 2013
As the 2012-2013 TV season heads into the final stretch next month, some cult favorites are on the "bubble" and may not return next season (i.e. Community, Happy Endings). While the networks figure out which shows are worth bringing back, we're curious to know what's on your DVR. Of the following scripted series, which one(s) was your favorite?
With Daft Punk's new album, Random Access Memories, set to drop this week (it's already streaming on iTunes), we know many fans are eagerly awaiting the band's latest effort. Actually, let's be real: this is arguably the most anticipated album of the year so far. It officially arrives on May 21 via Columbia/Daft Life Limited.
With Vampire Weekend's new album, Modern Vampires of the City, set to drop this week (it's already streaming on iTunes), we know many fans are anxiously awaiting the band's latest effort. The band, which has been making the promotional rounds as of late, is also slated to perform on the much-hyped May 11 episode of Saturday Night Live, with former longtime cast member Kristen Wiig as host.
It's one of the summer's most-anticipated new films. Its soundtrack is easily leading as one of the year's best—if not, the best. The Great Gatsby arrives in theaters on May 10, preceded by the soundtrack's release on May 7, and we're giving you the chance to experience both for free!
It's that time again. As the weather heats up—and so does the music, some songs will stand out above others. From heavy hitters to pop shop singers to indie stars to fresh-faced up-and-comers, you never know who will rise to the top.
It's no secret this year is already promising some of the biggest album releases, with some of the biggest names returning for highly anticipated new LPs. While it's only January, and this list will only continue to grow, we want to know whose album you're particularly looking forward to this year.
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Editor's Note: This is an archive version of the original article, which was first published in a digital format.