- Have you seen this dog?
- The Foo Fighters’ 2011 tour rider is a fun-filled colouring book.
- The internet: life before and after.
- When kids become parents: a freaky Photoshop swap series.
- A fascinating, long and in-depth look into the Church Of Scientology.
Domino Records ran a week-long internet radio station which featured shows from Bobby Gillespie, Other Voices, Arctic Monkeys, Franz Ferdinand, Wild Beasts, Owen Pallett, Kieran Hebden and Roots Manuva amongst others. All shows are archived for listening.
Previously known for being Flying Lotus’ live collaborator, Thundercat previews his debut album The Golden Age of Apocalypse with a stunning cover of George Duke’s For Love I Come, a jazz-inflected spacious version which establishes this cat as a significant new talent.
A mashup album of tracks by rapper Drake and “post-dubstep” artist James Blake by Philly’s Bombe & Caribbean described as “a soundtrack for sippin Robitussun & Alize in an abandoned Cathedral, covered in a velvet blanket with a sexy stranger on a dark night…”
Donal Dineen’s new recording project
Donal Dineen acts as the producer on his new Parish Recordings project. The first song Hi Five-O released as a free download features Liam O’Maonlai, Niwel Tsumbu and Rónán O Snodaigh.
The Inn At The Crossroads
A food blog which exclusively posts recipes inspired by George R.R. Martin’s Song of Ice and Fire fantasy novel series and the Game Of Thrones TV series.
Hundreds of hours of one man’s extensive music collection streaming including John Peel sessions, African, Caribbean, R&B, Jazz and lots more.
Charting real newspaper headlines that could be confused for fake ones from the satirical news website The Onion.
Watch gravity defied in the most elegant fashion as four dancers perform exact choreography in a wind tunnel.
Lauryn Hill made a rare US TV appearance on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon last week to perform her classic hit Doo Wop (That Thing). Contrary to recent performances, the speeded-up rendition was fun-filled, energetic and focused. Now, what can we do about that Amy Winehouse?
Britney, Christina, Judy Garland, Kathy Griffin, Joan Cusack, Ellen and Owen Wilson. Comedian Miss Villasenor can do admirable voice impressions of them all.
Kermit, Miss Piggy and the gang along with Amy Adams and Jason Segel return to the big screen for the first time since 1999. If the various giddy parody trailers spoofing romcoms and The Green Lantern weren’t enough to whet your appetite, then the proper trailer will.
Original romcom style:
The Green Lantern parody:
- The other side of Groupon deals: one business owner’s story.
- The internet is coming!
- The Arty Bollocks Generator: For that one time when you need a waffle-filled artist statement.
- Richard Dreyfuss reads the iTunes user agreement.
- Some advice if you’re thinking of starting a crowdfunding campaign.