Chris Leo Palermino

Chris Leo Palermino

Former Digital Trends Contributor
Chris Leo Palermino is a music, tech, business, and culture journalist based between New York and Boston. He also contributes to Billboard, Myspace, and Paste Magazine. He's passionate about new technology, the new music and media business, good coffee, and under-the-radar musicians.

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Vinyl mecca Discogs updates mobile app, makes collecting easier than ever

Vinyl database and reseller Discogs will launch its first official mobile app in the first quarter of 2016. The new app will allow users to search the database, catalog their collections, and view marketplace pricing.
Movies & TV

BBC hires red-hot writer for The Golden Compass TV adaptation

Prolific screenplay scribe Jack Thorne has been hired by the BBC to adapt Philip Pullman's epic His Dark Materials book trilogy, which begins production next year. BBC vets Jane Tranter and Julie Gardner will collaborate on the project.
Movies & TV

Miley Cyrus to star alongside Woody Allen in his new Amazon series

The celebrated filmmaker and actor wrote the script and will direct the untitled show set in the 1960s which also stars Elaine May. This will mark provocative pop star Miley Cyrus' first major acting role in years. 
Movies & TV

Straight Outta Compton's Corey Hawkins lands lead role in 24: Legacy

Corey Hawkins has signed on as the lead in 24:Legacy, playing the role of Eric Carter, a former Army Ranger who runs into some serious trouble from his past in the military after returning to the U.S.
Movies & TV

New ABC series will go inside the head of key player in the Watergate scandal

Watergate will be told through the eyes of former White House counsel member John Dean who was a key player in the scandal. Jon Maas will write the screenplay based on Dean's book The Nixon Defense.
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Listen to Pet Shop Boys’ slow-building, clubby synth pop song Inner Sanctum

The song is the veteran British electro pop duo's first song off of the group's upcoming LP Super out on April 1. "[It's] a classic PSB anthem which evokes the London club scene of the early '90s," explained in the band in a statement.