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Posted on 10 Jul 2016
In what promises to be Stryper front-man Michael Sweet’s most intense solo release to date, “One Sided War” showcases a full plate of hard rock & classic metal riffs from start to finish. One Sided War marks Michael’s 7th studio solo album and it clearly proves that he is still at the very top of his game! “I’ll tell you about it”, says Michael, “Musically it’s my heaviest solo album. Go to the article ›
Posted on 06 Jul 2016
Get Out Of Your World is the second album from Australian rock act King Of The North, set for release on August 5, in twenty two countries, through Dirty Rock in Australia and N.Z. and Rodeostar in Europe/U.K. Singer-guitarist/ songwriter/ co producer and inventor of the guitar pedal that gives King Of The North their huge sound, Andrew Higgs took deliberate measures to ensure this record had different flavours to the band’s critically acclaimed debut record ‘Sound The Underground’. Go to the article ›
Posted on 03 Jul 2016
The Jelly Jam have released their epic new album Profit OUT NOW via Music Theories Recordings/Mascot Label Group (Flying Colors, Gov’t Mule, Teramaze, Crippled Black Phoenix, Black Stone Cherry, Joe Bonamassa). The Jelly Jam featuring DREAM THEATER’s John Myung, WINGER’s Rod Morgenstein, and KING’S X Ty Tabor, will return in 2016 with a new album and their first ever world tour. Go to the article ›
Posted on 28 Jun 2016
Appropriate for their big screen debut, Edina Monsoon and Patsy Stone (Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley) are still oozing glitz and glamour, living the high life they are accustomed to: shopping, drinking and clubbing their way around London’s trendiest hotspots. Go to the article ›
Posted on 26 Jun 2016
On September 8, 1965, when producers Bob Rafelson and Bert Schneider placed a classified ad in The Hollywood Reporter seeking “4 insane boys,” they had no idea that they were about to unleash Monkee-mania! But that’s exactly what happened the following year when the first episode of “THE MONKEES” debuted on NBC on September 12, 1966. Go to the article ›
Sydney Rock 'n' Roll & Alternative Market blasts into 2016 on Sunday February 7, at Manning Bar and House, Manning Road, University of Sydney. Featuring; a vast array of spectacular stalls, a massive record fair, swing dancing lessons, a classic and vintage vehicle display and a huge entertainment line-up with the Rumjacks, The Detonators and more. Part market, part music festival, part meeting place, it’s a place where you can have one of Sydney’s most unique shopping experiences and a fabulous day out.
The surfing world looked on in amazement last month as Stephanie Gilmore just pipped Tyler Wright to the post to take the ASP women's World Championship crown, but Wright didn't go down without a fight. It was drama till the last at the Target Maui Pro, with the ASP women's World Championship Tour title up for grabs right up until the very last surf off of the tour's last event.
A lot of new voices from across the world are coming to play big parts in shaping modern surf culture and the fashion that goes with it. From the old breaks in Australia where, as we saw in the last blog, Girl Surf Network is telling the world that skill matters more than looks or money in surfing. To new frontiers in China, where the national culture is bringing a whole new aesthetic into surfing.
Should looks be celebrated over skill? it was announced last week that Coco Ho was to become the fourth female surfer to star in the famous, naked flesh-fest that is ESPN Magazine's 'The Body Issue'. She joins Stephanie Gilmore, Maya Gabeira, and Claire Bevilacqua whom have all got their kit off for the Body Issue. By contrast Kelly Slater is the only male ASP surfer to have been called up, despite there being more than twice as many male surfers on the tour at any one time, strange that.
It’s about time the surf industry exercised a little girl power. The establishment of the Girl Surf Network (GSN) answers worldwide calls for such a thing, created and managed by professional women that live and breathe the wave riding lifestyle. Armed with a solid company mission, a sassy logo and a passionate team of experts, GSN is set to take the surfing industry by storm!
What do tattoos and anthropology have in common? If you are the average, there isn't too much of a connection there. However, if you are anthropologist Dr.Lars Krutak, the relation between the two is fascinating. Tattoo hunting has become synonymous with the name Dr. Lars Krutak, and follows a plethora of research and field studies by this genius Anthropologist.
For all of the service men and women who have risked their lives in the name of what they hold sacred, tattoos are an everlasting reminder that the core of their loyalty remains fixed regardless of how distanced he or she may be from the frontline. Many American veterans have tattoos that symbolize not only their belief in freedom but a philosophy designed to pay respect to their fellow comrades. Moreover, an ideology of war from a soldier’s perspective.
When a knack for drawing and art takes an arrayed rollarcoaster ride and endly, total control of your limb or limbs, the outcome can be awe-inspiring. In this scenario (Tattoo illustrated below), there are only a few things worth mentioning. First, you must acknowledge the skill of the tattooist. Second, one must pay respect to the piece itself, considering that it is its own entity. And lastly, the final creation as a whole.
The one thing every baby born into the world has in common is they will one day die. Hopefully after living a long, and fruitful existence, touching lives in positive ways, and erupting a sea of laughter that spreads across the world like wild fire. Death is the one thing every human shares. Some fear it, some embrace it, and others may obsess over it but it is always present.
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