Two massive 90s icons passed away yesterday, Prodigy frontman Keith Flint and Hollywood actor Luke Perry.
Flint, who became the poster boy for the 90s rave scene, was found dead at his house in Essex, he was 49 years old. Perry, who broke hearts in the American teen drama Beverly Hills 90210, suffered a massive stroke last week and never recovered. He died yesterday aged 52 at a hospital in Los Angeles.
Loads of people took to social media to recount tales of both men, but one constant emerged and that was of their kindness. Even though it felt like a large portion of our youth had perished here at HMS Friday we took solace from two stories, (one from singer James Blunt and the other from actor Colin Hanks), which we thought perfectly summed up life’s most important lesson. If you be can one thing, in the limited time you have on this planet, be nice. People will remember your actions forever.
Here’s the official music video for LCD Soundsystem’s latest track ‘oh baby’ and it’s simplistic beauty makes it one of this year’s best.
It stars Sissy Spacek and David Strathairn as two aged scientists frantically trying to map out an extremely complicated equation for something big. I’ll leave it at that. The video is directed by Rian Johnson, a man who surprisingly didn’t wreck out childhood with his brilliant Star Wars: The Last Jedi movie, proving once more he’s a talent to pay attention to.
I personally don’t mind Muse as a band but throughout their career they’ve always managed to produce some of the more inventive and entertaining music videos.Their latest for the single Pressure is no exception.
Directed by filmaker Lance Drake it stars the band and legendary actor Terry Crews and is rammed full of pop culture and movie references from the 80s, ranging from the more obvious Back To The Future and Critters to the more obscure like The Exterminator and Fright Night.
It merits a couple of watches to catch them all. Good luck.
This music video from rock outfit Tragedy entitled All Metal Tribute to the Bee Gees & Beyond is a masterful cover version of the iconic John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John track You’re The One That I Want.
The fact that it’s a heavy metal cover is one thing but there’s so much more going on in this track with homage paid to Nirvana, Black Sabbath, Twisted Sister and more.
I’ve never been a fan of Nickelback, though I was once dragged to one of their concerts by an ex-girldfriend, (emphasis on ex-girlfriend), but their new single She Keeps Me Up is a large departure for the rock group.
Apart from looking like a bunch of middle-aged divorcees hitting the club, witht their 15 year-old suits and frosted tips, their sound has mutated into some sort of dance/disco ear ebola. You know, like a bargain bin version of Maroon 5.
Here’s the official Better Call Saul song perfromed by country legend Junior Brown.
It aired last week in the States and due to copyright laws the video wasn’t available to view in the UK until today. The music video also serves as a teaser for the forthcoming spin-off series with snippets from future episodes. February can’t come quick enough.
Here’s the official video for the new Nicki Minaj single Anaconda, which is a song about her arse. Not about poverty, inequality, racism, war or love, just solely a song about her arse and how amazing her large arse is. Her lyrics sound like a typical substance induced Facebook rant by someone whose school years were spent sniffing glue:
Yeah, this one is for my bitches with a fat ass in the fucking club
I said, where my fat ass big bitches in the club?
Fuck the skinny bitches, fuck the skinny bitches in the club
I wanna see all the big fat ass bitches in the motherfucking club
Fuck you if you skinny bitches WHAT?