Welcome to this week’s Roundup, where you can check out the biggest stories in music and movies throughout the world! Here are this week’s top stories.

Bonnaroo, Boston Calling announces 2019 lineup

Over the last week, two major festivals have unveiled the lineups for their 2019 events. 

Bonnaroo, which will be held on June 13-16 in Manchester, Tenn. boasts Phish, Childish Gambino, Post Malone, Odesza, and The Lumineers as their headliners. The full lineup can be found here.

Boston Calling will be held on May 24-26 in Allston, Mass. at the Harvard Athletic Complex. Twenty One Pilots, Travis Scott and Tame Impala will be headlining there. The full lineup can be found here.

Is Brendon Urie Making a Musical?

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After a few comments to The Sun last week, Panic! At The Disco fans are chomping at the bit for more information about a possible movie or musical from frontman, Brendon Urie.

“I’ve been talking to a couple of movie directors about film music ideas and about doing musical theatre, Broadway maybe,” Urie said. “I talked about doing my origin story, growing up in Vegas, so we will see what happens.” 

Urie starred on Broadway in 2016 as Charlie Price in Kinky Boots. Fans (myself included) have been waiting to see if he’ll return to the Great White Way someday. 

iDKHOW premieres video for Choke

I Don’t Know How But They Found Me is still one of rock music’s most interesting artists. They present all videos and content as found footage and embrace this concept through old-style music videos with plenty of nods to the new wave culture from the 70s and 80s. 

Their first track Choke debuted in late 2017 but appeared on the band’s 2018 EP, 1981 Extended Play. It now has an amazing music video to back it up. 

The video is presented as a performance from an old broadcast concert show called Pop Time Live. The full video can be found below ↓

Sony Confirms Venom Sequel

Despite a general panning in critical reviews but a huge box office return, Sony is bringing back Venom for a sequel. 

Kelly Marcel has once again been hired to write the script and Tom Hardy will return in his role as Eddie Brock/Venom. While sources say that director Reuben Fleischer may be too busy to return, the production team is expected to return.

Venom 2 is expected to hit theaters in October 2020. 

The first look at Dan Gilroy’s Velvet Buzzsaw 

The trailer for Netflix’s Velvet Buzzsaw will make sure that you never view the fine art community the same way again. 

The horror film debuted its trailer this week to much anticipation.

The film starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Rene Russo in a return with Nightcrawler director/writer Dan Gilroy drops on Netflix on February 1. You can watch the full trailer below.


  • This week’s movie releases: Glass, The Kid Who Would Be King, Serenity
  • This week’s recommended tracks: I Want It All by COIN, SoLow by Keegan Calmes, medicine by Bring Me The Horizon