It’s got a Terminator, a Predator, exceptional special effects and a very large WTF? factor.
The 100 Greatest Dance Records
Starting at 1965, DJ History compiles a century of songs that are the finest examples of making people move comprising of artists like Shirley Ellis, James Brown, Donna Summer, The Clash, Model 500, Underworld and Major Lazer. There’s also a Spotify playlist.
From Sydney and Dublin via Berlin comes Julie Chance and Jon Dark armed with synthesizers, guitar and an art-dance ethos. Listen to The Sign and wait for it to kick in. Gratifying.
First Rate People
Someone Else Can Make A Work Of Art is a gentle and catchy dance-rocking tune from Canadians First Rate People. The technical term is an earworm. The whole EP is also a free download from Bandcamp and it includes the uplifting autotune-assisted Summer Job.
The 75 best and 20 worst Life Magazine covers of all-time.
“Staring at crotches should be my only problem.” – Irish pop culture writer Louise Bruton highlights the lack of accessibility in Dublin music venues.
The definition of puppy dog eyes.
A US tourist claims she captured the image of Jesus on the Cliffs of Moher.
The Passion Of The Weiss’ 50 best rap producers of all-time.
Mindblowing footage of the earth pulled together from time lapse sequences of photographs taken by the crew of onboard the International Space Station from August to October this year.
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“Where men meets moustaches meets hair meets moustaches meets hair meets MOUSTAIR.” Photoshop gold.
The best rapper soundboard you’ll ever see.
Wines That Rock
Rock ‘n’ roll-themed wines featuring Woodstock, Pink Floyd and “The Rolling Stones Forty Licks Merlot”.
The best short Youtube video of the year?
Watch breakdancers defy gravity in slow motion and feel totally inadequate because the closest you’ve come to that kind of dextrous physical contact is banging your knee off the bed in the dark this morning.
Running around a city trashing, upsetting and messing everything and everyone in sight is the aim of this music video for New York band Make Out. Fun Fun Fun.