If it's true, as punk band the Slits have argued, that "in the beginning there was rhythm," then Tommy Ramone's drum pound marked a new day rising. The original drummer for seminal New York punk band Ramones,
Before the iPod was even a thought, Sony had sold hundreds of millions of its iconic cassette players We take portable music for granted these days. Any commuter in any big city in the world is more likely
Project info "Night & Day" is an ongoing series which captures the transition from day to night in various locations around the world. The photos are composed of numerous exposures shot at the same location
This may be a heretical thought, but we at the Guardian have always found James Bond films a tiny bit boring. Even the successful, "exciting" ones, like Skyfall or Casino Royale. We may be in the minority
Unearthed 1992 MTV News Nirvana Footage Features Kurt Cobain's Mom's Doubts About Fame, Plus Teenage Phil Elverum (Microphones/Mt.
Back on September 11, 1992, Nirvana was deep in the aftermath of the one-year-old Nevermind. When they headed back to their native Seattle for a homecoming gig, MTV News showed up to interview some ecstatic
Almost from the very moment of its first tentative tweet, legions of online Morrissey fans and others had converged on what was assumed to have been the new home of the bequiffed one on Twitter. "Hello.
With Sixteen Candles rolling into its 30s, there’s no better time than now to dig up some trivia on how John Hughes went about making the 80s teen favorite. 1. Anthony Michael Hall won John Hughes over
In Neighbors, the frat comedy starring Seth Rogen and Zac Efron, out tomorrow, fans of Dave Franco get their money's worth. The actor—and younger brother of selfie connoisseur James Franco—plays an amiable,
It was one of the most fertile periods in contemporary Italian cinema and saw the explosion of celebrity culture. This summer the Estorick Collection in London presents The Years of La Dolce Vita – 80
Shakespeare gone surrealist in red silk. The greatest literary classics tend to attract a plethora of visual art and graphic tributes. But the highest convergence of text and image happens when an influential
I've got a bad feeling about this. There’s a strip of highway in my hometown in Western Iowa that I used to drive with my bright red Geo Prism when I was bored. I wasn’t the only one. Everyone did it.
1 I Don't Wanna Go Down to the Basement Shall we deal with the Blitzkrieg Bop question first? Yes, it's their best-known song. Yes, it's their defining statement, opening their first album. Yes, the "Hey
Broken Bells (the Shins' James Mercer and Danger Mouse) have announced another tour in support of their most recent album, After the Disco. The tour continues their partnership with the B612 Foundation,