Pretty cool art by Boneface.
Queens of the Stone Age’s “…Like Clockwork” out on June 4th USA – June 3rd UK.
Pretty cool art by Boneface.
Queens of the Stone Age’s “…Like Clockwork” out on June 4th USA – June 3rd UK.
Tomorrow is the official release of Justin Timberlake‘s third – and his best so far – album, The 20/20 Experience. You can listen to the tracks on iTunes, but since I am too anxious to wait one day, I already got my online copy – after all, we live in a digital era and I’m not willing to pay $10,99. Sorry.
Apparently, a second volume will be out next november, according to Questlove:
spoiler alert. 20/20 Vol 2 comes out in nov. (10 songs now.....10 songs later= 20 vision)
Below, JT performing “Suit & Tie” and “Mirrors” live on SNL.
Yesterday, a friend of mine enrolled into a french course and it brought me back memories of when I learned this beautiful language. Edith Piaf was certainly a major influence and helped me a lot with my studies. Since Rock This Buskin is on a little break – it will be back soon, promise – today’s Hot Stuff is all about french singers.
I know, Pink Martini‘s lead singer China Forbes is from Massachusetts, but her father is part french, so that makes her frenchy as well.
Ontem, uma amiga minha se matriculou num curso de francês, e isso me trouxe várias lembranças boas de quando aprendi esta lindíssima língua. Edith Piaf certamente me influenciou bastante e me ajudou muito nos estudos. Já que o Rock This Buskin anda meio parado – logo, logo ele volta, prometo – o Hot Stuff de hoje é só de cantoras francesas.
Eu sei, China Forbes do Pink Martini é de Massachusetts, mas seu pai tem descendência francesa, portanto, ela é meio das bandas de lá também.
Edith Piaf – Mon Manège à Moi
Pink Martini – Je Ne Veux Pas Travailler
Camille – Ta Douleur
Adrienne Pauly – J’Veux Un Mec
Charlotte Gainsbourg – Terrible Angels
Françoise Hardy – Mon Amie La Rose
Olivia Ruiz – Belle à en Crever
Joyce Jonathan – L’heure Avait Sonné
Pauline Croze – T’es Beau
Carla Bruni – Quelqu’un M’a Dit
Inspiration to musicians, artists, designers and people like you and me, David Bowie transformed music and the art of performance in his own peculiar way.
He questioned a china girl if there’s life on Mars, invited Ziggy Stardust to dance in the streets – maybe in a Suffragette city, even though Lucy can’t dance – and said “Louie, Louie, go home, because when you rock ‘n roll with me, it ain’t easy.”
Sweet thing, telling lies, for a girl like you, is like a magic dance in this modern love, because you’re young in this criminal world. A prisoner of love, a queen bitch who think everything’s alright, but knows it’s hard to be a saint in the city. Julie and Janine got fame by telling lies, while John and Joe saw what was really happening – they were growin’ up and realized it was time to get real.
It was time for changes and they learned not to be afraid and don’t look down when reality is always crashing in the same car. But most importantly, they now know that we all can be heroes, even if for just one day.
Who says you can’t get no satisfaction for only 0,99 cents? Yesterday, I got mine. Sure I’d rather be there in person, but since tickets sold out in a few minutes – plus my private jet wasn’t available at the time to take me to Newark – I watched this little gig online.
Still have no words to describe the whole thing, but I surely can’t complain about the quality of sound and HD video – even got to see Chris Rock, Sarah Jessica Parker, Terry Richardson and Gaga enjoying the show. By the way, Gaga was probably hooked on the bad shit, never seen a bitch jump so much in heels like those…
The Black Keys, John Mayer and that guy with a hat I forgot the name, Bruce Springsteen and so many more guests…
Sorry about some pictures, but since I could not pause the image to take the snap shots, some of them got a bit blurry. I am completely in love with the b&w pic I took from Mister Richards! ❤
RTB Vol. 7 features three amazing musicians who will be working together on Queens of the Stone Age‘s new record: mister Dave Grohl on the drums, Trent Reznor as a special guest on one of the songs and my beloved ginger Josh Homme.
Can’t wait to hear it!
RTB Vol.7 traz três músicos incríveis que irão trabalhar juntos no próximo àlbum do Queens of the Stone Age: mister Dave Grohl na bateria, Trent Reznor como convidado especial em uma das faixas e meu ruivo amado Josh Homme.
Hi, there! RTB vol. 6 takes you to a ride along some of the best classic movies ever. The reason, you may ask, it is because of the fifth edition of Janela Internacional de Cinema do Recife – opening night today and it goes on until november 18th.
Lawrence of Arabia, Psycho, Il Gattopardo, The Searchers, The Sound of Music, Jaws, Offret, Blue Velvet, The Thing and Taxi Driver are the main attractions, but you can also check short films, german panorama and a lot more.
Opa! RTB vol. 6 leva você para uma boa jornada com alguns dos clássicos do cinema. A razão, você se pergunta, é por causa da quinta edição do Janela Internacional de Cinema do Recife – que começa hoje e vai até o dia 18 de novembro, nos cinemas São Luiz e da Fundaj.
Lawrence da Arábia, Psicose, O Leopardo, Rastros de Ódio, A Noviça Rebelde, Tubarão, O Sacrifício, Veludo Azul, O Enigma do Outro Mundo e Taxi Driver são as principais atrações, mas você também pode conferir um monte de curtas, o panorama alemão e muito mais.
Ah, quem quiser dar uma esticada e se divertir, a opção é o Boa Sorte – Festa de Abertura do V Janela Internacional de Cinema do Recife! A festa vai ser na cobertura do antigo prédio do INSS, Edifício JK, que agora vira o mais novo espaço festeiro da cidade, o Kubitschek Soul.
No som – discotecagem toda em vinil – estão Daniel Aragão & Guthera (Tony Montana), Negu Nu e Jack Mugler.
Os ingressos antecipados já estão esgotados, mas haverá venda na portaria – chegue cedo, eles são limitados e os portões abrem às 23h – por R$30.
Quem aguentar ficar até de manhã, vai ter essa vista linda pra começar o sábado bem!
Tá em Recife hoje e quer algo bacana pra fazer? O projeto Quarto Pedaço é uma ótima pedida. Música, arte, cultura, moda,
cerveja*, gente legal e o melhor, tudo isso de graça.
Na primeira quarta-feira do mês, André Braga e Bruno Brederode trazem um pouco de alegria para a zona norte da cidade, no Bar do Poço.
O amigo João Arraes traz a expo “Almost Arraes, Everrything João”, com belas fotos variadas, expressando apenas seu amor pela fotografia.
DJ Bragossauro, Johnny Hooker e Caravana do Delírio comandam a pista, com sons que vão do blues, pop, até o rock jurássico, enquanto Bella Maia Cia de Dança faz uma intervenção surpresa.
*Precinho camarada de Budweiser e Devassa no bar da festa.
QUARTO PEDAÇO – Outubro – 07/11
Onde: Bar do Poço (perto da Igreja do Poço da Panela, na rua do Seu Vital. Antiga creperia e antigo bar Acalanto)
– Caravana do Delírio
– DJ Johnny Hooker
– DJ Bragossauro
– Exposição: João Arraes
– Dança: Bella Maia Cia de Dança
OBS: Entrada sempre gratuita
RTB vol.5 is all Sondre Lerche.
I just transcribed what Dave was saying as I watched the video, so if there’s any misspelled words, pardon my french.
“It was only a matter of time before we had to make a video. Which was something we were kind of inicially opposed to doing. We were like ‘ fuck that corporate fuck vh1 bullshit.’ And then, you know, how easily we were sued to do that, so…we made a video for this song called ‘Big Me’, which we got all these different treatments from different directors, like ‘ I see…a thousand fluorescent a.m. radios on a beach. The sky is pink and there’s, you know, a unicorn ‘ whatever. The song is two and a half minutes long, we read these treatments like ‘no, no, no’, and then this guy named Jesse Peretz sends us this treatment that just says ‘ you ever seen those Mentos commercials?’, that’s all it said.
We were like ‘ dude, that sounds perfect’. The song sounds like a candy commercial, this is perfect. And I remember when we were doing it, Pat, the guitar player, he goes ‘ you know that every time we play this, for the rest of our lives, people are gonna throw that fucking candy at us, every night, right?’ Noo, there’s no way they’ll do that. Sure as hell, the video comes out, first night of the tour in Denver, it’s like ‘ this song is called Big Me’ and it was like riot guns of mentos, just shooting. And those fucking things hurt, you know, they’re like rocks. Not like marshmallow candies, they’re hard. So then, we played it for, whatever, a tour, and I was like ‘ fuck this song. I don’t wanna play it if these people are gonna throw these stuff at us. So we stopped, and I mean, we stopped playing it like for ten years, I never wanted to hear that song again, hated that song.
Four years ago we were on tour in Canada, we were sitting there, I’m like ‘ you know what, it’s been ten years, let’s play Big Me. Do mentos even exist anymore, I don’t know, I haven’t seen one of those commercials in ten years.’ So I walk up on stage, we’re playing…sure as hell, someone throws us a full pack, man, right in the face too. So I stopped the song and I’m like ‘ you know what everybody, look, it’s been ten years. Enough with the mentos, they’re so 1996 or whatever. Stop it with the mentos, and you know what, let’s just all have a sort of little ceremonies, so we can lay this stupid mentos thing to rest and I’m gonna burn a pack of mentos on stage, so we can have this ritualistic ending to this. So I got my pack, I’m looking for my lighter and I’m like ‘somebody have a lighter?’ and ten thousand people threw they’re fucking lighter at my face. So if you have any mentos tonight, you can fucking shove ‘em up you ass.
This song’s called ‘Big Me’. “
A good friend of mine got married yesterday – best wishes to the newlyweds!! – so I didn’t have time to post this earlier. Since the band did not play any of the songs I know he likes, RTB vol. 4 is dedicated to you, Paulo!
On your anniversary, please remember to consider me or André to perform at the celebration.
For those of you who don’t have a clue who Latino is, here’s a little background history of this beloved and acclaimed brazilian “artist” and “song writer” : he started his career back in the ’90s as a funk melody singer, and achieved “success” with songs like “Me Leva”, “Festa no Apê” and “Dança Kuduro” – really, don’t even bother to google this shit, it’s not worth the time.
To summarize, bitch basically screwed up a bunch of other artists songs. He’s new single is inspired by Psy’s Gangnam Style, which became “Despedida de Solteiro” – a very classy video, by the way, but not.
Seriouslly, give it up, man. Go do something else with your life. We already have enough shitty music going on worldwide, there’s no point bringing another one. Our ears appreciate it.
Michael who? FLEA, bitches! Today is his 50th birthday – also, John Mayer celebrates his 35th year on this planet, but he’s a total douche – although I like his music – so, whatever. Oscar Wilde would be 158 today, so go read one of his books.
I’ve always liked Frusciante better, but Flea seems to be a pretty cool fella – for those of you who don’t know, in 2008 he decided to take the band’s time off to enroll his ass at the University of Southern California, in LA, to study music theory, music composition and jazz trumpet.
MTV published a few years back: A student trying to learn who also happens to be a rock star — a realization Flea said hit him last week. “I was running across campus with my backpack, and I didn’t want to be tardy,” he said. “I was thinking, ‘What the f— am I doing? I’m a 45-year-old rock star and I’m worried about being tardy?’ “
Gotta love him, man!
Here’s a Chili Peppers video I like very much – not saying it’s one of their best songs ever, but it’s ok in a way – directed by Mark Romanek and inspired by Erwin Wurm’s “One-Minute Sculptures”.
Pretend today is friday, because I didn’t have time to upload the playlist that day as promised.
RTB vol.2 features some britpop cool stuff. Hope you enjoy it.
Click on the link below the translation, so you can hear it (too dumb to find the embed code and create the widget).
Thank God something new!!! Counting the days for their 2013 world tour.
To celebrate this exotic beautiful day, here’s Radiohead performing on the Austin City Limits tv show.