It’s Friday Night Gamers time again and this time Sackboy is back and he’s brought some new friends with him! Explore the fun-stitched world to a different tune with this Little Big Planet inspired playlist!
It’s work out time and this week we’re running and cycling along to some fist-pumping Latin beats.
The 90s alternative scene was the birthplace of post-grunge; a radio-friendly form of grunge that would rapidly gain mainstream success with bands like Foo Fighters, Nickelback and Creed. To celebrate the new Foo Fighters’ album, let’s rediscover some of the best ’90s post-grunge.
This week’s new release update features the art-school heroes of yesteryear (Bryan Ferry, David Bowie) mixed in with such leftfield new music practitioners as Ariel Pink and Mykki Blanco. In addition you’ll hear new music from U2, Foo Fighters and the new Hunger Games soundtrack.
In the 1980s, Michael Jackson became the King of Pop, MTV became a sensation, both synth-pop and rap hit the charts while older rockers – from The Stones to Tina Turner – proved they were still a big part of the picture.
Big Sean, Danny Brown, Eminem, Royce Da 5’9” – and that’s just the first song (really, it’s the all-star “Detroit Vs. Everybody”). From there, it’s new singles from Nicki Minaj, Bobby Shmurda, E-40 and a track from the long-awaited full-length from Azealia Banks.