If you were lucky, a visit to Evelyn Short's house in the South Yorkshire mining village of Dinnington would culminate in a special viewing of her treasured collection of gig posters. Torn from the walls of her local working men's club, each was signed by the local entertainer in question: 'To Evelyn.'
Monday, Jul 22nd 2019 (12:02am)
This is the story of one of the worlds greatest rock bands of all time, known for their constant record breaking, sell out tours, chart-topping records and eternal worldwide success. 20 years after the death of frontman Freddie Mercury, the band still remain immensley popular. Queen's album sales have topped 300 million sales worldwide and their Westend stage show is shown in almost 20 cities accross the globe. Formed in 1971, Queen embarked on their journey to fame in the UK with their first two albums Queen (1973) and Queen II (1974). But it wasn't until the release of Sheer Heart Attack (1974) and A Night at the Opera (featuring Bohemian Rhapsody) in 1975, that they went to achieve global success. By the late 1970's Queen had gone on to release 'We Will Rock You' and 'We Are the Champions', two of the greatest Rock anthems to be released which cemented their status as one of the worlds greatest rock bands. This is the story of one of the most iconic rock bands in the world, from the very beginning through to the sad demise of Freddie Mercury in 1991. Through classic archive footage and some of their greatest hits and interviews with Brian May and the likes of Paul Gambaccini, their incredible and unique story is told. This is the story of Queen.
Thursday, Jun 6th 2019 (2:48am)
Neural network generating technical death metal, via livestream 24/7 to infinity. Trained on Archspire with modified SampleRNN. Read more about our research into eliminating humans from metal: https://arxiv.org/abs/1811.06633
...and I still do, but I will occasionally make an exception when warranted. Too Many Zooz, my favorite honkthuds from the subways of NYC, has just released a Christmas EP - and it's worthy.
Thursday, Dec 20th 2018 (12:00am)
If you enjoyed watching The Band and a few dozen friends in the classic Martin Scorsese film, "The Last Waltz", you might like this. It's the complete and uncut footage. The songs are in a completely different order and there are obviously some additional tracks.
Warning: This clip is four hours and 19 minutes. Play in several visits, I guess.
Returning to the now closed Winterland Ballroom is a trip.
Saturday, Nov 24th 2018 (12:01am)
Avengers: Endgame (2019)
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