Last year, artist Neil Mendoza turned a hamster running in a wheel into a talented sketch artist. This year he’s pulled off an even more amazing feat by turning inanimate rocks into a talented (literal) rock band that plays a surprisingly decent cover of The Beatles’ “Here Comes the Sun.”
You’re going to want to set aside $60 for the first of November, because that’s when the next fan-designed Lego Ideas set will be available for sale featuring not only The Beatle’s iconic Yellow Submarine, but also amazing Minifig versions of Ringo, Paul, John, and George.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine, and the animated film that followed two years later, Mattel is finally getting around to turning that imaginary golden underwater explorer into a Hot Wheels car, followed by an entire line of vehicles inspired by the movie.
It’s finally been announced that the music of The Beatles will be available to stream on nine different services as of 12:01 AM local time on Christmas Eve.
You might be able to stream The Beatles on Christmas Eve, on pretty much any online music service you choose to use, according to a series of new reports.
Beatles covers are maddeningly tricky. Stay too close to the original, and it comes off fawning. Muck around too badly, and you've desecrated a musical shrine. How do you take a song by The Greatest Rock Band Ever, Ever™ off the pedestal and safely play around with it? Befuddlingly, Pomplamoose nailed it.
Led Zeppelin and The Beatles are widely considered to be two of the best musical acts of the 20th century (sit down Nickleback, nobody's talking about you). So like peanut butter and jelly or cannabis and methamphetamine, they're even better when consumed together.
Rutherford Chang is a vinyl collector with a singular focus: The White Album. The New York-based artist has built up an impressive catalog of almost 700 (!) numbered copies of the 1968 double album. Taken together, his findings have become a kind of beautiful exhibition, but Chang has also recorded audio from 100…
John and Paul hated it, and Ringo didn't even play drums in it, but this was the song that jumpstarted one of the most influential bands in modern music. Today is the 50th anniversary of Love Me Do, the first single by The Beatles.
"Here Comes the Sun" is my favorite George Harrison Beatles song, probably because it reminds me vividly of the day he died. This new guitar solo is finally bringing the song back to life for me.
Even if you're not a musician, there's something incredible about the iconic crash of the first chord on The Beatles' A Hard Day's Night. What is that chord anyway? The question has befuddled musicians until now.
While promoting his new book at Meltdown Comics in Los Angeles, Grant Morrison was coaxed into performing a song the deceased John Lennon had bequeathed to him during a magical ritual. Fortunately, My Chemical Romance singer (and Umbrella Academy scribe) Gerard Way was on hand to lend a guitar.
While we're sad that Disney's Mars Needs Moms was box office poison, we can't help but thank this picture for killing Robert Zemeckis' misguided Yellow Submarine remake. One thing is certain: mo-cap films will never be the same again.
What would you do with a time machine? Save a life, meet Jesus, steal Hitler's wallet? Time warping flick Get Back knows exactly what two die hard Beatles fans would do: Stop John Lennon from ever meeting Yoko Ono.
With all the hoopla around The Beatles' arrival on iTunes, you'd think it was the first time their music was available anywhere. Not so! And while iTunes prices the Fab Four's box set competitively, how does it do with albums?
It's official: The Beatles are now finally on iTunes. Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, John Lennon, and George Harrison's families have agreed to sell The Beatles' back catalog on the music service after years of wrangling with Apple.