Dave Grohl recently confessed that his Nirvana drumbeats were swiped from disco songs and is keeping the boogie alive with HAIL SATIN!, a new album released on Saturday with one side filled with the Foo Fighters (aka the Dee Gees) covering the Bee Gees (and one Andy Gibb solo track). Last week, we posted the Dee Gees' banging music video for "You Should Be Dancing." Now, here is the entire album for your dancing pleasure.
The music video for SUUNS's C-Thru is rendered entirely as a snowy Magic Eye-style autostereogram. The trick is to stare into the distance, not cross one's eyes (which results in the steregraphic field being inverted) But cross-eyed is the only way I can do it. Young Rival did it about a decade ago, but YouTube's… READ THE REST
Remember how Dave Grohl confessed that his Nirvana drumbeats were swiped from disco songs? Grohl is keeping the boogie alive with this Foo Fighters (aka The Dee Gees) cover of the Bee Gees' 1976 hit "You Should Be Dancing." This banger is included on their forthcoming album HAIL SATIN! to be released this Saturday on… READ THE REST
Thom Yorke has released a new remix of Radiohead's 1992 breakthrough hit "Creep." This slooowwwww version is based on an acoustic arrangement of the song. Yorke originally created the remix for fashion designer Jun Takahashi's UNDERCOVER runway show at Tokyo Fashion Week in March. Takahashi's artwork is seen in the above video. But I'm a… READ THE REST
The growth rate of the average occupation in the U.S. over the next eight years is about 4 percent, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. But for information security analysts, a core pillar in today's cybersecurity industry, that number is expected to explode 31 percent by 2029. Outside of Prince William, there is… READ THE REST
It feels like it shouldn't be a big deal. Giving out your phone number isn't like giving out your credit card information, right? But in the hands of a skilled identity thief, a phone number is actually a very helpful inroad into reaching vital data and even accessing a victim's money. Phone numbers are more… READ THE REST
Not too long ago, wireless earbuds were the pinnacle of new and cool headphone tech for those looking for light yet powerful audio on the go. But it turns out that the next advance in headphones demanded by the listening public wasn't about size or weight or even audio fidelity. No, the new watchword in… READ THE REST