Vinyl treasure found on Wake Island. I dream of stuff like this sometimes. Stumbling upon an incredible record collection in some abandoned place. I mean an abandoned room in a military base isn’t exactly what I pictured, but it’s as cool a place as any. The collection includes a variety of vinyl albums and records […]
The Bieb does it again, and on Hot97 of all places. Hot97’s still got some influence in a lot of circles, so with their endorsement, I’ve got to say that I think Bieber’s rap career may be a little bit closer to actually happening. Plus, props for a Tim Hortons reference.
Check out a long interview with MF Doom. You won’t be disappointed. Lecture: DOOM (Madrid 2011) from Red Bull Music Academy on Vimeo.
They are back at it again. We’ve covered this duo performing their History of Rap (including Part 2). And they hit it out of the park. Somehow Timberlake has become more and more likeable over the years.
I kid you not. Pharell has a studio. On a yacht. A really big yacht. It’s insane. I’m not sure if I’m impressed or embarrassed by this. But either way, it’s a crazy thing! [via iamdonald]
I kind of like this idea. For those of you who don’t know what the Internet Archive does, they’re stated mission is to offer access to a “non-profit digital library offering free universal access to books, movies & music, as well as 150 billion archived web pages.” An ambitious goal, no doubt. As part of […]
Oh man, I cannot wait for this! If you haven’t seen the show, Dexter, you are not living your life the proper way. It’s a huge success, and follows Michael C. Hall as a serial killer that you can’t help but root for. And our boy Mos Def will be appearing on the upcoming season. […]
Tyler Cowen, an economist and blogger, recently published an eBook entitled “The Great Stagnation“, which charts the gradual decline in innovation in the United States and its effect on the global economy. Here he is discussing the book and its hypothesis at a TED event: His argument is certainly a persuasive one. One has to […]
Roger Ebert has called this – Grand Rapids’ response to being named one of America’s dying cities – “the greatest music video ever made”. It’s hard not to agree.
It’s been a decade and a half, but the NHL is finally back in Winnipeg. This is huge for the city; imagine if the Red Sox left Boston or the Lakers left LA and you’ll get a sense of how integral the Jets franchise was to Winnipeg. True North Sports and Entertainment, the group relocating […]