Last week saw footage from the Japanese gameshow Sing What Happens go viral. The show’s delightful premise is men singing karaoke while receiving vigorous physical encouragement from an attractive woman. Behind a curtain. Sometimes, while they wear a silly hat.
Just in case you missed it, here’s
There’s a hell of a lot of amazing bands playing Download festival this year. (more…)
…because no one should have to tackle institutional prejudice and ingrained power structures without Missy Elliott at their side.
Five, seven and five
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In the light of the recent change in the law that made revenge porn illegal, I discovered the TED talk given by Monica Lewinsky in March.
Loud, chaotic and disorderly. Allusondrugs prove that punk rock is well and truly alive. (Within the range of Sheffield, anyway.)
Festival season is just around the corner, and with so many festivals going on around the world it’s a struggle to decide which to go to. (more…)
I realise that modern life gets a lot of flak. Sure we’ve got running water and Netflix, and the chances of dying from diphtheria are pretty remote. (more…)
If you haven’t heard of her, then I think that would be totally normal. I’m big on art, and I hadn’t heard of her until the University I studied at brought her over to do a question and answer session as part of their Director’s Cut events. If you have heard of her – well done, because clearly I
The other night, one of my workmates and I went to the first UK screening of Lost River, Ryan Gosling’s directorial debut. We have a cinema club at work, and to be honest, when I first heard that Ryan Gosling would be doing a Q&A following the screening, I kind of only wanted to go to look at him.
Paul Robertson is an Australian animator, film maker and graphic artist, best known for his eye-melting psych-pop pixel art and painstaking attention to detail. He recently collaborated on a sumptuous pixellated intro to The Simpsons, which there’s a link to at the bottom of the page.
It’s 9:40pm when The Wilde confidently stroll on stage to the sold out show. They immediately captivate the audience, opening with track, ‘Until Next Time it’s A One Time Thing’, from their 2014 debut e.p Young Libertine. Front man Tommy stands on the speakers in a god-like stance over the audience