Do twentysomething women have HBO?
Vonda Shephard, anyone?
"I’ve always loved stories about trying to figure out who you are and awkwardness."
"It's so dickish."
Plus: Aziz Ansari crooned a yummy chicken song to the tune of Seal's "Kiss from a Rose," and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
"Men want to take away your power because they’re scared of you. But don’t give it away easily."
Christopher Owens's song about his mama is crazy sad, especially if your mom hasn't necessarily fulfilled her dreams.
Is Lena Dunham "the voice of a generation"?
Probably not a Whitney fan's cup of tea, but it's the thought that counts.
Plus notes on Girls, Veep, Game Change, and more.
Does this mean we now have to say "spring is coming"?
Lena Dunham's new show will premiere there, too.
"Somebody talk to Teresa! She's someone's cousin, I think?" —Girls, apparently?
Lena Dunham's HBO show is just like Keeping Up With the Kardashians, minus everything.
This song's definitely not for you (it's for Lawrence Hayward). But you can still listen, even if your name isn't Lawrence.
Girls’ Christopher Owens on His Pop Influences, the ‘Impress Me’ Attitude of L.A. Concertgoers, and His Beyoncé ‘Obsession’
"There's a song on our new record, and as I was writing it, it was literally as if Beyoncé were singing it to me."
Reviews of new work from Ladytron, Wild Flag, Das Racist, St. Vincent, and Girls.
The sunny sound is back.
It's not "Lust for Life."
What if you need to take the bus?
It sounds like a younger 'Sex and the City.'
The critically huzzahed San Francisco indie-pop act is back with a new EP.
He's got girls everywhere, even at the bank.