The hairies aren't done with yet. By now we're used to seeing the ARIA Awards dominated by clean-cut electronic and electro-pop artists who are the new pop royalty. There's Flume, who once again leads the pack with 11 nominations (three of which he's.
Sia, “1000 Forms of Fear,” (Monkey Puzzle/RCA), 3 Stars Sia Fuller identifies ... with a new set of knees to boot, Ted Nugent could be phoning it in — and some would say the Motor City Madman did on some of his ’90s and ’00s releases.
We begin this week in This Week In Posters with Aftermath, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, in the thrilling tale of a man seeking revenge on… uh… the plane that crashed into his plane? Yeah, sure, let’s go with that. Get off my plane, plane.
Oh, this is too cool: scientists have found a planet orbiting a binary star (a pair of stars in tight orbit around each other) that is at the right distance to have liquid water! Let me be clear: this planet is much bigger than Earth, and is likely to be a.
If you were into music in the late 70s and early 80s, the chances are you were into 2-Tone, the iconic Coventry based label that was home to Ska revivalists like The Beat, The Selecter, Madness and the amazing Specials. 2009 marks 30-years since 2-Tone and.
See items 2 and 3. “5. Sign a debt document with a 30-year life. (Thirty years?! Who lives that long!? Thank you, Sweetie-Boots.) “6. Clean house. “7. Write to the newspaper. And get published! Good morning, BBers. “8. Come to the understanding.
On the morning of March 27, Bezwada Wilson of the Safai Karmachari Andolan (SKA) sent a message to his well-wishers about the impending ruling of the Supreme Court in a Public Interest Litigation that had dragged on for 12 years. All that SKA had been.
I support VS's decision to remove the outfit from the broadcast.' This fashion fetishizing of the Native American clothing and customs comes just six days after ska-pop band No Doubt pulled their 'Cowboys and Indians'-themed music video for Looking Hot.
The Web thingies are buzzing with news that a 3D printer — sort of a first-generation Star Trek replicator — was used to make a gun that actually goes bang when you pull the trigger. Aside from the sheer cool factor, the development makes it clear that.