Archive for the 'The Arts' Category

Kid Cudi Vs Crookers – Day ‘N’ Nite

• March, 2009

Kid Cudi Vs Crookers – Day ‘N’ Nite .::. <<video>>

Techno-punk Prodigy back to scare off invaders

• February, 2009

Techno-punk Prodigy back to scare off invaders By Alastair Himmer Be afraid! The Prodigy, the dance band who swept the world with their violent lyrics, scary videos and techno-punk style a decade ago are back with a bang. The London-based trio have returned from a spell in the wilderness fully recharged and with a new album, “Invaders Must Die,” which draws heavily on their early rave roots. Technically, they never went away but the road back to recording together again on their fifth studio album

Deltron 3030 – Memory Loss

• February, 2009

Deltron 3030 – Memory Loss .::. <<video>> <<Editors notE>> Kid Koala, Deltron 3030, Dan the Automator Memory Loss Deltron 3030

Del the funky homosapien- At the helm video

• February, 2009

Del the funky – At the helm .::. <<video>>

Deltron 3030 – Positive Contact

• February, 2009

Deltron 3030 – Positive Contact .::. <<video>> <<Editors notE>> And yet another nice one from Deltron’s 3030. Absolutely Positive!

Deltron 3030 – Virus

• February, 2009

Virus – Deltron 3030 .::. <<video>>

Tarantino World War II film to open in N. America

• February, 2009

Tarantino World War II film to open in N. America LOS ANGELES (Reuters) Controversial director Quentin Tarantino’s take on World War II will hit movie theatres on August 21 2009 The studios behind the highly-anticipated film called “Inglourious Basterds” said on Wednesday. Tarantino often takes a long time between projects. His last movie was a 2007 combined feature called “Grindhouse” made with director Robert Rodriguez, but he has not single-handedly directed a film since the 2004 “Kill Bill: Vol. 2.”

95% of music downloads illegal despite boom

• January, 2009

95% of music downloads illegal despite boom By Robert Dex, Press Association Friday, 16 January 2009 The digital music business is booming but 95 per cent of downloads are still illegal and not paid for, according to a report published today. Making money from digital music is “the biggest challenge for music companies” at the moment, according to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry’s (IFPI) Digital Music Report. It reveals that the digital music business has grown for six years in succession. In 2008,

“Israël vs Hamas” p7 .::. <<Cartoon>>

• January, 2009

Brazilian cartoonist Carlos Latuff on the current “war” in Gaza Carlos Latuff <<Editors notE>> Every day of this week around 4:20 one of his cartoons will get posted in order to protest against yet another wrong war. (Hence war is … always wrong? Hence there never is “a goal to be reached” but the strategical ones that listen to “economics”, “geo-politics”, … There never are any “winners”… even the billions of dollars produced by mass weapon industry don’t pay up for one life lost…) more