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Guthrie Govan was first came to my attention with his series of videos on YouTube. His talent is unquestionable, and his new band The Aristocrats seems to be a good outlet for his talents. I feel as though Govan has earned his place among the guitar legends Paul Gilbert, Joe Satriani and Steve Vai, and this is a project to show that he can do more than session work. Culture Clash shows that The Aristocrats may be the Cream of progressive rock, with powerful side-players coming together to create good music together in their genre.
Team Spirit Premieres “F*ck The Beach” Video On Noisey || U.S. Tour Starts Today || Debut Self-Titled EP Out Now On VICE Records / WBR
Team Spirit are back with their newest animated video for “Fuck The Beach” from the band’s debut self-titled EP out now on VICE Records / WBR. The video is the third in the band’s continuous five part video series collaboration with Swedish animators Hannes and Johannes. Re-imaged for the video series, we revisit “Fuck The Beach” as the centre of the cosmic saga that is unfolding surrounding the four diabolical rockers on their quest to save the girl… but who is she?! Head over to Noisey to watch as the saga unfolds in “Fuck The Beach” and don’t miss Team Spirit as they kick off their U.S. tour this week including upcoming dates supporting Peace.
ADRENALINE MOB and Noisecreep.com revealed the first commentary clip in the ‘Kill The King’ (originally performed by Rainbow) video series, this time featuring clips of each band member recording the track. You can watch the video here. Other tracks with commentary videos that have been released include ‘Romeo Delight’ (Van Halen) and ‘Barracuda’ (Heart). Stay tuned for more videos coming soon.
ONO Soars To The Top Of The Billboard Hot Dance Club Play Chart With Her 10th #1 Chart-Topping Single “Hold Me” Featuring Dave Audé
ONO, once again, soars to the zenith of the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play Chart with her #1 single “HOLD ME”(Issue date: 04/20/2013), atop a chart featuring releases from contemporary pop, dance, and alternative music heavyweights like DEPECHE MODE, TEGAN AND SARA, CHRISTINA AGUILERA, AFROJACK & CHRIS BROWN, CALVIN HARRIS & ELLIE GOULDING, and JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE.
Let’s be honest: the 5th film in a franchise is not the best introduction for most people. And while the Resident Evil series continuity is a weird mess, there’s still enough references and call-backs built in that a newcomer to the film would likely be lost. But we’re going to try to ignore all that, and come at the film as if it were the first in a series. So, here goes: this is a terrible film.
Since I’ve started doing radio about four years ago, I’ve had Lindsay Lohan in my death pool every year. To be fair, in 2007, she had just gone off the deep end and everyone was taking guesses at when she would be dead, but she hasn’t gotten much better. I’m not much older than Lindsay, but I do remember 14 years ago when I first saw her in the remake of The Parent Trap.