Greyscale Confessions: Damon Albarn On Life, Technology, Everyday Robots, And The Legacy Of Britpop

Britpop stars like Damon Albarn weren’t supposed to age. This is often true of famous musicians, of course, from pop ingenues to boy bands to punk rockers, but there was a specific element of youthfulness that accompanied Britpop. Sure, Jarvis Cocker was always kind of old before his time, but Britpop as a genre, even [...]




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museus bizarros que não pode deixar de conhecer

Existe um homem na Califórnia que criou o Museu das Bananas e a sua fascinação pelo fruto é tão grande que apenas se veste de amarelo berrante. Os bonecos velhos têm um local seguro para gozar a reforma, no Museu dos Ventríloquos, em Ohio. Pode também descobrir as profundezas de Paris, no Museu dos Esgotos, ou a origem das sanitas no Museu das Casas-de-Banho, em Nova Deli. Os museus mais estranhos do mundo expõem tudo e não têm vergonha de nada.

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Siinai – “Shopping Trance”

Siinai are progressive kraut-rockers from Finland, and their new album Supermarket is due out June 17 via Splendour. As you may have surmised from both the album title, and the title of their new track “Shopping Trance,” the project is an attempt to make “a soundtrack for the supermarket nations.” “Shopping Trance” most certainly fits [...]




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Watch The New Video For Paul Weller’s Record Store Day ’14 Single, Because He’s Never Participating In Record Store Day Again

The always-sharp Brit-rock liver (and former Jam and Style Council frontman) Paul Weller released a new single called “Brand New Toy” on Record Store Day. It’s a clean, bouncy power-pop number, and in its new Joe Connor-directed video, Weller and his backing band casually knock the song out while the camera makes it look like [...]




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