- October 9, 2013
- by Aaron Lachman
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?
Carrying an extensive list of successes, Katee Sackhoff sees no stopping point in her career. She is perhaps originally known for her role as Captain Kara “Starbuck” Thrace on Battlestar Galactica, but has since associated her name with more varying works.
In the average teenage girl’s life, high school years are spent thinking about prom and SAT’s or ACT’s, college, and most of all, boyfriends. But for British-born Laura Marling, her life was anything but average.
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She’s certainly no stranger to the music industry. She’s written hits for Eminem, Rihanna, Christina Aguilera, T.I., Zedd and others. She’s been featured on popular tracks such as “I Need a Doctor” with Dr. Dre and Eminem, “Words I Never Said” with Lupe Fiasco, and “Coming Home” with Diddy-Dirty Money, a song she co-wrote with the likes of Jermaine Cole and JAY Z. Yet Skylar Grey is only now receiving her proper introduction to the world, her debut album, Don’t Look Down, having released this month.
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(Editor's Note: This is a portion of the article featured in the new issue of Variance.)
Manchester-based art-pop quartet The 1975 are quickly climbing the charts across the United States and Britain. After a string of sold-out performances, the foursome will release their self-titled debut record this fall, followed by a North American headlining tour. Vocalist-guitarist Matthew Healy took time between tour stops to talk with Variance.