So this is how Japanese TV gets made. Highlight: DFA songstress Nancy Whang getting a surprisingly relentless and merciless egging! I would have thought there would be more robots backstage at NHK –… Continue reading
SOUNDTRACK! By next Tuesday he’ll have learned to drive and by next Friday he’ll have opened a bank account. This time next year you’ll be working for him.
Brand new glitch/UK garage/dubstep/purple/stuff that sounds like Martyn (what DO you call it?) music played today from FaltyDL, Joy Orbison, Dubbel Dutch and BD1982. Plus plenty of iPod-on-perfect-shuffle handbrake turns along the way… Continue reading
Another blazin’ show, thanks to all for tuning in! Rinsed out some Nihongo hip hop, some Bug Powder Dust, some James Brown, and some Sesame Street rave! Jamie Lidell – “You Got Me… Continue reading
I’d never been to a gig by myself before, but having just become a bonafide music journalist for a magazine (with free entry to the concert and everything!) I figured this was what… Continue reading
Neon Mixtape Intro Sting by dandigs Ya dig? There’s around twelve different samples used (not counting vinyl scratches and recorded vocal snippets) and I’m offering a prize of “one million dollars”* to the… Continue reading
It was only a matter of time.
Susan Boyle ain’t got nothing on Reggie Ramirez. Who duets. With himself! Skills! Check the Filipino equivalent of Simon Cowell. And Ant and Dec. He deserves to win everything.
Good: ‘Ice Ice Baby’ Better: ‘We Didn’t Start The Fire’ Expert-level: Public Enemy – ‘Bring The Noise’ (although no one expects you to know the words past the first verse) No one cares:… Continue reading
What’s good? So I’ve now got a radio show on George FM – New Zealand’s premier nationwide electronic/dance radio station – doing the breakfast slot every Saturday 7am-10am NZT! Tune in and wrap… Continue reading
Specsavers Hammersmith was never quite like this.
I always thought M.O.P. wrote this song until I saw the original version below.
You can keep your rims, 40s, and diamond-encrusted microwaves. Real hip hop is when you rap about how brilliant snowflakes are.
No, THIS is the best thing I have ever seen. It’s all about the jump.
It’s pretty awesome.
Number 8! The Beatles – ‘Eight Days a Week’ as covered by the Finnish band Hurriganes in 1977. The band’s logo is definitely my next tattoo. ROCK!
If anyone out there has a similar video with monkeys spinning on segways then I’m very, very interested.
Double dose of eagle portraiture for your Friday afternoon! I really need some sleep.
And he’s holding an ice cream! I don’t think he could be any happier.
Wait, there was a guy just standing there, right there, I swear, and now all that’s left is this car!