Funkadelic playing live, bringing down the spaceship. Just listen to that bassline. It’s huge, loud, distorted and so very very funky. Like it’s being played by a 5,000 foot high robot made of bass notes, echo and funk. Perfect.
Beastie Boys chasing Madonna with squirt guns pic.twitter.com/iFNn56R83K — History In Pictures (@HistoryInPics) December 23, 2013 Great historic meeting, involving water guns
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I love me a domino record attempt, and this has a fantastic selection of set pieces along the way too.
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In Sunday Sport tomorrow: Migrants roast swans using heat-ray skyscraper pic.twitter.com/YWdPUJpS9V — Sunday Sport (@thesundaysport) September 7, 2013 via http://twitter.com/thesundaysport That’s almost The Onion levels of genius, right there.
Wonderful debunking by Randi.
Quite simply, an amazingly funky groove.
What’s that? You want to see Nile Rodgers talking about working with Daft Punk, and playing various riffs that he’s written over the years? Well that’s lucky then…
This Sunday brings the 2013 edition of the cycling spring classic Paris – Roubaix. I can remember being drawn into the Tour De France on World of Sport in the late seventies, where it quickly became apparent that it was a technical, complex and interesting sport to understand (the sort of challenge I seemed to […]