An extra London date has been added for The Futureheads gig in London – seeing them play Rant live really is a totally unique experience and wont you can really afford to miss. Tickets on sale from today.
Lazyitis has created The Smiths Charming Man to the 8-bit tune of Mario Bros with unexpected brilliance!
The Google hack insert is a pixeled replica of Morrissey’s pose on the 1986 The Queen Is Dead LP, right at the virtual replica of the location at St Ignatius Walk in Salford, M5 3RX, United Kingdom, where the army of Moz-coiffed adorable clones ride bicycles in the “Stop Me If You Think You’ve Heard This One Before” video
Forget the partridge in a pear tree. It’s the 12 Days of Gaga! We will release a new limited-edition product each day until the opening of GAGA’S WORKSHOP at Barneys. They won’t be available long, so make sure to come back daily to check out all the items.
I am dying over the Lady GaGa pop up grotto at Barney’s in New York – Gagas Workshop. The website is clever, interactive with special social media discount codes hidden around New York. All the products are great too with something for all pockets – even if you don’t like Gaga there is a touch of whimsy / nuttiness about them such as these amazing nails below!!! Clearly when it comes to creativity alter egos are the way forward Oh and 25% of all proceeds go to her Born This Way foundation.
AMAZING tune so no reason for posting required. Bloody hell it is SIXTEEN years old though *heads off to lay down in dark room*.
This splendid creature was originally created by Pete Fowler, who lent me the vinyl sculpture with a view to turning it into an unusual musical instrument. Two musicfromouterspace.com “Weird Sound Generators” seemed an appropriate addition, allowing bleeps, filters and drones to be manipulated by a number of chest-mounted knobs and switches. The original Van Orlax antlers were replaced with machined aluminium ‘electrodes’, inspired by the shape of high voltage ceramic insulators. The new horns are connected to one of the WSG oscillators, allowing you to control the pitch by touching them.
This Hop Hop Horsey video below is incredible on so many levels – I appear to have discovered of a new corner of the internet where people simply replace music on videos of dressage performances (via).