- The 50 greatest movie trailers of all-time.
- Five second clips of every U.S. number one hit from the early ’50s up to 2011.
- Your recommended daily allowance of cuteness is here.
- 30 foods that humans put in tinned cans that they probably shouldn’t have.
TV On The Radio return
A surprise dropped by the band last week ahead of their new album Nine Types Of Light, Will Do is a floaty and eclectic treat of a song from one of Brooklyn’s best bands.
TV On The Radio – “Will Do” by Interscope Records
And So I Watch You From Afar
Northern Irish rockers ASIWYFA (pictured) are back with a new album called Gangs in May and the gargantuan first single Search:Party:Animal is now available for download. The band are also offering stems of the singles for a remix competition.
ASIWYFA – Search:Party:Animal by Richter Collective
Grohl and co. are back and it sounds like they’ve been hanging around with Queens Of The Stone Age again. The two songs they’ve released online so far are heavier rock songs than Foo fans may be used to.
Listen at foofighters.com
Summer Camp – I Want You
It’s about time we had a decent stalker anthem. London duo Summer Camp’s delicious and malicious new single wants to make you love it so much “you’d have to ask permission to breathe.” Yikes. Appreciate from a distance.
Musicians recount their worst ever live experiences on this entertaining site. The Flaming Lips, Jane’s Addiction, Aimee Mann, Rush, Wilco, Pete Yorn and Alice Cooper all share their stories, from wrong venues to psychotic fans to technical malfunctions.
Draw And Fold Over
Remember that old game where you draw a head, body and legs on folded paper between a few different people? Yes, you guessed it, you can now do it online. So much fun.
Put your own words into Duck Sauce’s massive club hit Barbra Streisand.
A parody of Black Swan sees an Irish dancer attempt to become a real cailín. “How far will she go…to be Irish?”
The afternoon before her Dublin show last week, KT Tunstall surprised hungry diners and fans with an intimate performance shot in Tower Records café for State.ie.
Never one to shirk a challenge, The Mighty Boosh’s Noel Fielding does a convincing impression of Kate Bush from her Wuthering Heights video for Let’s Dance for Comic Relief. The red dress suits him. Naturally.
We’re not really sure why this exists but it does, and it’s fascinating. Listen to every U.S. number 1 from the early ’50s up to 2011 in three different parts. It’s like an aural journey through modern music.
Watch the entire full-length documentary from 2006 about the Pixies reunion on Youtube.