required reading: watch the new zola jesus music video
+ martin scorsese joins the ramones biopic.
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Remember when we spoke to Zola Jesus a while back about her new song "Dangerous Days"? Well, now there's an amazingly gorgeous music video, directed by Run The Jewels collaborator Tim Saccenti, to accompany the breezy synthpop song. Watch below. (NYLON Inbox)
Ramones estate co-manager Jeff Jampol has revealed that there is a fictional Ramones-centered film in the works and it involves Martin Scorsese, although his role in the film is unclear. In honor of the 40th anniversary of the band's debut album (in 2016), there's also a documentary, which will show never-before-seen footage from their '70s and '80s tours, a play, and a book will also be released. (Stereogum)
Zach Galifianakis, Louis C.K., and Jonathan Krisel are teaming up to create an original comedy series. Baskets, which follows Chip Baskets (Galifianakis) as he tries unsuccessfully to become a clown, will begin production next year and will air on FX in 2016. (Deadline)
Jimmy Kimmel wrote some Friends fan fiction. Then he built a replica of Monica's kitchen and invited Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, and Lisa Kudrow to come act it out with him. It's amazing and you should watch it all unfold below. (YouTube)
In the ultimate #ThrowbackThursday news, Conor Oberst, First Aid Kit, and Dawes teamed up to perform an acoustic version of Bright Eyes' "Lua." Watch below.