Articles Archive for June 2011
“the subjects of the “Special Photographs” seem to have been allowed – perhaps invited – to position and compose themselves for the camera as they liked.”
Wilco has been previewing new tracks all this week, and you know what that means? New music usually leads to touring.
Björk’s Biophilia project is enough to get your mind blown with a full music spectrum of “how sound works in nature, exploring the infinite expanse of the universe, from planetary systems to atomic structure.”
The B-side of Bon Iver’s single “Calgary” has some falsetto-induced medleys by Justin Vernon. Covers of Bonnie Raitt’s “I Can’t Make You Love Me” and “Nick of Time” take a soulful approach when delivered by Vernon dabbling on the ivories.
We previously reported a few known Fleet Foxes tour dates. Their world tour now extends all the way till December of this year.
The largely popular and long-running British music festival, Glastonbury, took place this past weekend. Some highlights included Fleet Foxes, Janelle Monae, TV On The Radio, Queens of Stone Age and even some surprise performances by Radiohead and Pulp.
David Litchfield has proven that lines not only carry simplicity within them, but they are the main architects of building character; enlarged heads and exaggerated facial features play a big part in his illustrations.
After a week long music segment of the “Colbert Report,” Jack White and Stephen Colbert released the collaboration track “Charlene II (I’m Over You)”– alongside the garage band the Black Belles.
French director Yoann Lemoine is best known for his music videos; working with artists like Mystery Jets and Katy Perry. This time around he’s not only creating music through the alternative indie genre, he also directed the first music video for his debut EP under the name Woodkid.
You think you’ve seen it all, but you probably haven’t seen these 20 rare celebrity pictures. Everyone from Mahatma Gandhi, to Kurt Cobain, Colonel Sanders and Jimi Hendrix.