For all fans of Pink Floyd, what could possibly be better (Pink Floyd reunion aside) than seeing the great Dave Gilmour sing the classic song “Comfortably Numb” from Pink Floyd’s classic 1979 album The Wall live in concert?
Well, how about if Benedict Cumberbatch joined him on stage to sing along too?
It’s not unusual for Die Antwoord to release weird music videos, in fact it would be leftfield of them to not release a video that leaves you thinking “WTAF?“. So in that fine tradition is the music video for “Banana Brain”, their first single from the upcoming album Mount Ninji And Da Nice Time Kid.
The video, directed by Ninja and Terence Neale, starts with a character played by Yolandi Visser giving her parents some sleeping pills and then heading to a house party with Ninja.
Back in 1975 Pink Floyd walked into Abbey Road Studios and began work on their ninth album, it had been a busy year, well actually it had been a busy 3 years of touring, promoting their previous release, The Dark Side Of The Moon (one of the decade’s biggest hits) and the band were exhausted....
You know a song is a classic when it gets parodied. The legendary KISS ballad, “Beth” is no exception. This short film, directed by Brian Billow and written by Bob Winter, chronicles the completely fictitious story of the song’s inspiration. But seen from the point of view of Beth
Winter told Adweek that he first got the idea for the spoof when he was working as chief creative officer at Young & Rubicam in Chicago, “I was thinking that it might be fun to create a series that’s like the made-up stories behind real songs.”
Rockarchive are really excited to announce that we will be launching our latest exhibition 'Chunk of Punk' at the Barbican Music Library from the start of March 2016.
Our very own, Jill Furmanovsky will be opening up her archive to share her collection of both well-known and unseen Punk images in a celebration of 40 years of Punk.
We are all still reeling from last week's tragic loss of David Bowie. Here we share a wonderful tribute from one of our photographers, Mark Mawston.
"David Bowie was the definitive male re inventor of rock. Others may have instigated it but Bowie re invigorated music with every character or costume change. His alter ego’s such as Ziggy Stardust and The Thin White Duke reflect perfectly just two of the many disparate sides of music that he mastered......"
A new exhibition of Rockarchive images are on display at Radio Salon in Shoreditch. The opening night went off with bang, it was 5th November after all.
Thursday night saw the unveiling of 3 huge prints in the salon along with some clusters of smaller prints decorating the walls of east London's prime hair salon, Radio Salon. The night was enjoyed by all as Johnny Borrell (Razorlight) aired his new songs to an excited crowd drinking down Champagne and Sailor Jerry's Rum!
Get down to the Salon and check out the exhibition, and book yourself in for a cut at the same time!