As we edge closer and closer to the end of 2010 (or the beginning of 2011 – I suppose it comes down to personal preference really), it’s that time when we like to chart our favourite albums of the year.
If you’ve been following the St Kilda photo scandal, and let’s face it, it’s hard not to have heard about/seen the photos that have been a leading news story over the past week.
If you never want to hear Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer again, chuck these on the old music-machine and have a dance against the silly, bloody silly, season.
The Lonely Island are a trio of comedians (Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer & Jorma Taccone) who formed in 2001 and began releasing videos on youtube, which became increasingly popular, getting the group a writing gig for the 2005 MTV Movie awards
If you’ve seen the room, then you’ve most likely ignored this piece of text and watched the video. If you haven’t seen the anti-masterpiece that is Tommy Wiseau’s ‘The Room’, then I strongly recommend that you do.
Supposedly recorded and produced entirely by a friend of the band, this ‘unofficial clip’ is worth a little look in, if not for the novelty of watching a locally-produced music video, then definitely for the fun of watching chicks running about town causing mischief, carnage and riding bikes in perfect symmetry.
On February 11 the unlikely becomes reality. After 25 years as a world-famous act with 70 million albums sold, one of Sweden’s biggest pop groups, Roxette steps back into the spotlight. They do it with Charm School, a new album with twelve songs in a style that’s best described as “updated classic Roxette”. The chances [...]
Some will be good, some will be bad. Some you will have seen, some you may have never even knew existed.
Fans of Jaws, Deep Blue Sea and to a lesser extent, Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus, should get excited as not one, but two shark films are heading our way in 2011 and they’re both being made here in Oz.
In the spirit of the Christmas season it is our privilege to bring you one of history’s most impressive (and forgotten) duets. It signifies the pairing of two generations, with Bing Crosby and David Bowie joining forces on the Christmas Classic The Little Drummer Boy.
In these rare moments, we see what would happen on Endor is Han Solo killed Chewbacca, before Starkiller jabs Han Solo in the guts.
It’s always a pleasure to hear something with almost no expectations, or any preconcieved ideas of whether a band will be any good. Such was my experience with Belgian quartet Isbells.