Google now displays links which will take you directly to tickets on AXS, Ticketfly and Ticketmaster when you search for a band playing a specific venue. Which could save you seconds.
Coachella. Glastonbury. Bonnaroo. The Grammys. You name the music festival, Marcus Haney has somehow snuck into it. He makes fake passes, pretends to be the press, jump fences and does anything he can to get in and has somehow made friends with famous bands and shot their album covers. Here's the movie trailer for his…
So many musicians are fans of science fiction it can be hard to keep track. But there are bands that take it a step further — bands that actually consist of aliens, robots, time travelers and other creatures. Here are 11 bands that don’t just like scifi, they are scifi.
In the musical Game of Thrones, you either top the charts or you die. Designer IG-HateyHate blends bands with Game of Thrones characters to give us logo t-shirts for King Slayer, Ironborn, and, of course, Greyjoy Division.
It's late here on the East Coast. The day grows long into night, and I'm unwinding with a nostalgic, slow song that reminds me of college.
Landing a well-aimed rubber band—in the coffee, in the hair bun, in the ear—is one of the great pleasures of working in an office. So, how about about 100 of them?
My life was just flipped, turned upside down and I didn't even have to move to California. It just took one photo, a dozen instant messages, and a handful of emails to confirm that I've been lied to by musicians.
Izabo is a kooky Israeli band, and while the music isn't to my taste I've got a lot of love for their music video. They use a bunch of iPhones to illustrate their lyrics, often in an almost stop-motion style.
Sure, you can use various high-tech methods to sneak into places where you don't belong, but the MacGyver approaches are so much more fun. Here's how someone can defeat a sliding chain lock with just a rubber band.
In what may be a precursor to the hippie/robot showdown we've always hoped for, musician Patrick Flanagan has founded Jazari, a three-piece robotic drum circle with some impressive grooves. If that's not fun enough, it's all controlled by two Wiimotes.
With their spacesuits, antennae, pixie haircuts, and prosthetic ears, nobody in L.A.'s 1970s glitter rock scene looked anything like Zolar X. Band members allegedly wore the getups offstage as well as on, spoke their own language, and, when forced to communicate in English, insisted they were from outer space. Now…