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Chuck D and Melle Mel on Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap – video

July 26, 2012


Chuck D of Public Enemy and his mentor, hip-hop originator Melle Mel of Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, tell Matt Hall about a new documentary directed by Ice-T that charts the rise of rap as an art form. Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap is on release in the UK now

25 years without The Smiths

July 25, 2012


La Cova Exhibit: 25 years without The Smiths. From Fnac Triangle (Barcelona) to La Cova Lounge, a venue from romanic times: First Century A.D.  The Exhibit of the first complete collection of The Smiths promotional posters, distributed as a limited edition in record stores at the time by the independent record label ROUGH TRADE. This […]

Euro 2012: Spain best ever?

July 3, 2012


Let the debate begin – Sport – NZ Herald News. By John Leicester Even in slow-motion replays, Spain still seemed to play at 1 million miles an hour. The Italians? Well, they looked like they’d been locked inside a pinball machine, which, in a way, they had. Is it heresy to liken the first team […]