It’s not often that rappers make songs about their cats, even less frequent that they actually rap to their cats.
But Dan Bull isn’t your ordinary rapper and in this song from his new album ‘Hip Hop Hooray’ he delivers some lyrics about his beloved feline.
Jim Jarmusch’s new film Gimmer Danger chronicles the story of The Stooges, one of the greatest rock-n-roll bands of all time and history.
It chronicles how Iggy Pop and the Stooges have, for nearly fifty years, been defining music with their brand of raucous rock—and Iggy isn’t looking like he’s going to stop just yet.
You’ve heard the sound of it many, many times and you’ve no doubt made some shapes on the dancefloor to them—it’s one of the greatest synths ever, it’s the Roland TR-808 drum sequencer.
As an instrument, it has been responsible for shaping the sound of everything from hip-hop, to dance, to pop— and a new documentary chronicles its incredible legacy talking with artists and producers to find out what makes it so special.
As if you needed any more reasons to think highly of Benedict Cumberbatch, he recently joined former Pink Floyd lead singer David Gilmour on stage to sing a duet of a Pink Floyd classic.
That classic was ‘Comfortably Numb’ and was the final song of the night on Gilmour’s concert at the Royal Albert Hall in London, where he’s currently touring his album Rattle That Lock.
You’ve know doubt heard it many, many times over, the annoying melodic music hook that’s taking over modern pop music and is in practically every song.
If you weren’t aware of it, then after watching this you won’t be able to stop hearing it—the only hope is that it disappears soon before it’s too late.
Yo! This guy’s literally taking the music to the streets. Take a Wu-Tang Clan classic, an afro, guitar, mic, and some drums put them all together with some fine talent and what do you get? You get a lesson in badassery.
If I saw this guy busking in the street I wouldn’t be able to get my hand high enough for the stratospheric high-ten, no high 20 (I’d use my feet as well), I’d want to give him.
Recently in Cesena, Italy Rockin’ 1000, who happen to be the world’s largest band with over a thousand members, had a concert at Orogel Stadium.
As part of the gig they performed The White Stripes’ 2003 hit ‘Seven Nation Army’ and it’s quite something seeing hundreds of drummers bang along to the tune.
Ever wondered what a day in the life of a jet-setting superstar DJ/producer looks like? Of course you have. Well, now you can find out because James Van Der Beek is here to show you.
Der Beek plays Diplo in this amusing vid and shows us that Diplo, just like the rest of us, wakes to his own personal harpist each morning, and has a day that includes fighting ninjas, saying ‘fam’ a lot, and horse riding.