The El Lay-based electro-pop band is the creation of musician Dan Mufson and signer Jill Lamoureux, and they are putting together quite the impressive resume!
The group's self-released, self-titled debut EP charted on Billboard's Heatseekers chart at No. 49, and they've had singles Lost and Dreamers featured in ad campaigns for major corporations like Estee Lauder, Virgin Mobile, and Hollister, as well as on network TV programs on NBC, CBS, ABC, Bravo, and more!
Their music also is relatable to the indie side of the game, receiving critical acclaim from a number of notable music blogs and even having the remix of Lost reach No. 1 on HypeMachine's popular remix chart! Whether it's mainstream or underground, Scavenger Hunt just seems to connect with listeners!
Now, we've got another EXCLUSIVE performance with the synth pop band, this time with them covering Donna Lewis' 1996 song I Love You (Always Forever)! So good!!
If you like Scavenger Hunt as much as we do, click HEREto download their entire Wildfire EP!
Good news has come for the world of comic book and superhero fans!
That's because, despite the rumors last week that Channing Tatum might be exiting the much hyped X-Men spinoff movie, Gambit, it has now been confirmed that the 35-year-old actor is going to play Cajun, card-throwing mutant!
Sources confirmed though that Fox — the studio that owns the rights to X-Men characters — did hit a little trouble in negotiations with the Magic Mike star. However, despite there always being a chance Tatum could have backed out, it was unlikely due to the time and energy that he had already put into the project over the last couple of years.
Reports say that the snag that lead to the rumors had to do with how much
The film also features funny man Adam Devine and others, including Rene Russo and Andrew Rannells, and it centers around De Niro's character Ben struggling to fill time after retirement — until he interns at Hathaway's corporation!
Of course, everybody loves Ben — and the company runs into trouble along the way — giving the film a funny but meaningful feel.
The Intern debuts in theaters on September 25 — will U be watching??