This post-apocalyptic film by the Hughes brothers (From Hell, Menace II Society), starring Denzel Washington and Mila Kunis (Forgetting Sarah Marshall), is scheduled to be released on January 15, 2010.
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Working class rockers, Meat Puppets, are heading out on the road to finish off a year already full of touring to promote their latest album, Sewn Together. They also have a brand new video for their single, “Rotten Shame”. Check out the dates after the jump.
Love and War
Releasing: 19 January
Hip-hop with horns. Australian soul singer Daniel Merriweather’s debut album Love & War, a Mark Ronson production, has already delivered two hits in England, “Change” and “Red”. Hopefully the States will have the same reaction when it gets a US release early next year.
01 For Your Money
03 Change (Featuring Wale)
07 Could You
08 Not Giving Up
09 Getting Out
10 Water And A Flame (Featuring Adele)
11 Live By Night
12 Giving Everything Away For Free
Roots musician extraordinaire Tony Trischka has jammed on his banjo with everyone from Pete Seeger to Bela Fleck to Steve Martin. Now Trischka is offering banjo lessons to the world via his new website, School of Banjo. He has made learning the banjo possible wherever and whenever, through over 150 instructional HD videos posted to his website. His approach allows students to develop the craft at their own pace. Students even have the option to send Trischka videos of their playing, and receive actual constructive feedback from Trischka himself. The site also offers networking features for students to post videos of their progress and critique each other’s playing. In regards to his new approach, Trischka stated: “My site’s social networking features make it the perfect environment for worldwide banjo students to share the joy, camaraderie, and history of banjo playing and roots traditions. It’s as if banjo playing is getting a new historical dimension”.
There are, of course, lots and lots of hopeful comedians who have put videos up on YouTube. Some of these videos become wildly popular; many more are viewed only by friends, family, and those who stumble upon them accidentally.
Anyone who pays attention to the view counts in the lower right corner of the videos on YouTube has probably wondered why a video like “Charlie bit my finger – again!” has been watched about 120 million times while other equally (or more) entertaining videos go largely unnoticed. Chalk it up to chance.
This post is an attempt to draw attention to the videos of New York-based Pangea 3000, a group of comedians whose carefully-constructed, always original, and, at their best, hilarious videos haven’t quite caught on yet.
Members of the group have enjoyed success contributing to The Onion and appearing on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon; all signs indicate that these guys are ready to explode. Check out the video I’ve posted below (and, if you dig it as much as I do, continue to Pangea 3000’s channel on YouTube), and you’ll be able to say you knew them when.
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