Action Bronson is not only Harvard-educated–he’s from Flushing, Queens, New Yawk! Here, now, is Bam-Bam doing his thing, easy-like.
Archive for the Music Category
Renegade Soundwave was a techno-electronic-melange of beats, poetry, beats, and more beats. Led by Gary Asquith, with RS, there wouldn’t be any music at all today. Really; there would just be static on your Pandora.
Over 20 years after their classic tune, “Probably a Robbery,” was released, Mr. Asquith birthed a new version of the song, which you may enjoy here. It’s from 2012, but there will always be “style in his accounts.”
Ah, Michael Hutchence. The late lead singer of the Australian group, INXS, met an all-too-early end via suicide at age 37, in 1997.
Here’s their 1990 hit, “Suicide Blonde.” Enjoy…and aim higher.
Their fans have been labeled a “gang” by no less than the FBI. I can only be referring to one music group: Detroit’s own, Insane Clown Posse.
Together for more than 20 years, Shaggy 2 Dope and Violent Jay have basically been rapping “horror movies.” What is acceptable in the genre of film suddenly becomes a threat to National Security when two guys in clown makeup sing.
Try to plan your next vacation around the Gathering of the Juggalos and enjoy “Chuck.”
The legendary Gary Numan is still going strong today. From leading the Tubeway Army to the classic, mega-hit, “Cars,” Numan pioneered an entire genre of “industrial music.”
Here’s Gary doing the best version of “Are Friends Electric?” you’ve ever seen.