Veronica Vasicka brings vintage synthesizers, drum machines and electronic synths and the in between in this eclectic mix to get you through the week. Check out the tracklisting after the jump!
In a world where society tends to turn a blind eye to police injustices, what better way to capture the pigs and hold them accountable when they step out of line than to film them and send it to someone who they’d have to answer to!?
The ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) just released a new App to record police encounters. The App is called ‘Mobile Justice’. And it automatically sends a copy of your video to the ACLU, in case anything happens to your phone. Genius!
Eric D’haenens is a male TV presenter and actor from France. Check him out after the NSFW jump!
Check yo lipstick before you come and talk to her – or you might end up dead! The next season of American Horror Story will star Naomi Campbell as a fashion editor who pays the ultimate price for her critiques.
Campbell’s fellow cast members in AMERICAN HORROR STORY: HOTEL include Angela Bassett, Kathy Bates, Wes Bentley, Matt Bomer, Lady Gaga, Max Greenfield, Cheyenne Jackson, Helena Mattsson, Denis O’Hare, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Lily Rabe, Emma Roberts, Chloe Sevigny, and Finn Wittrock.
Does this mean there isn’t going to be another season of THE FACE!? Don’t do this to us, please Naomi!
Caitlyn Jenner loves Kanye West‘s supportive reaction to her transition [pinkisthenewblog]
DILF Rob Lowe shirtless at 51! [kenneth]
Ian McKellan shows you how to make the perfect batch of scrambled eggs [socialite life]
Here’s Johnny Depp bottle-feeding a baby rat to start your week out [dlisted]
RIP Bobbi Kristina Brown, dies at 22 [celebitchy]
Ingrid Sischy, long the editor of Interview dies at 63 [boy culture]
Missouri: Ex-gay runs for governor [joemygod]
Anti-gay Arkansas governor’s website is now a gay chat room [queerty]
Evangelical Luteran bishop comes out as gay, says he’s still committed to wife [towleroad]
Jarrod Scott for Numero Homme Berlin [ohlala]
How does one turn a blind eye to so many allegations!? A New York Magazine article takes a look at the 35 women who came forward accusing Bill Cosby of rape, and the culture that ignored them.