…Goes right on till the dawn My kitteh takes me higher My kitteh keeps me warm (Oreo The Cat : Music by B., R. and M. Gibb : From Amy at LoveMeow.Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: 70s Disco reference, Bee Gees reference, cat
photos by by Rachel Juarez-Carr Mac Sabbath @ Brooklyn Bowl London, 6/11/2015 There are lots of high-concept tribute acts out there. You may have seen Tragedy, NYC's all-metal Bee Gees tribute band, or Lez Zeppelin, the all-girl Led Zeppelin cover...
Sixteen knives and one meat cleaver brought to life to perform the Bee Gee's hit 'Stayin’ Alive.' Vimeo link (via Everlasting Blort) The Presurfer
An artist set up sixteen knives and one meat cleaver to perform the Bee Gees song Stayin' Alive. Video courtesy of Neil Mendoza Follow Neil Mendoza: On Facebook, and Twitter Follow BI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons - "Grease". Neil Cicierga - "Imagine All Star People". Bee Gees - "Night Fever". There were two perfect disco-related moments on my recent trip to New York. One was when I was running down...
The Electric Knife Orchestra, a team of knife-based robotic instruments built by artist Neil Mendoza, performs a dangerous-looking cover of the Bee Gees classic “Stayin’ Alive.” The orchestra features 16 knives and a meat cleaver built to produce a wide range of sounds including one knife-bot that plays the triangle. For comparison, here is the […]
Neil Mendoza's "Electric Knife Orchestra," a system of electrified and mechanized blades, cover the Bee Gees' "Stayin' Alive." (more…)
GIFs and screencaps, via. 16 glistening knives (and one lone meat cleaver) spin and slice their way through a tinny rendition of the Bee Gees' "Stayin’ Alive" in Neil Mendoza’s The Electric Knife Orchestra. As with the eccentric artist's...Show More Summary
Share this on Facebook? Disco music has always had a heat-pumping beat, but the American Heart Association is taking it one dance step further. As part of its “Keep the Beat” campaign the American Heart Association is teaching people...Show More Summary
Resplendent in John Travolta-style trousers, Robbie Savage films behind-the-scenes on the Match of the Day 2 set to the Bee Gees' 'Stayin Alive' soundtrack.
You need only two things to learn cardiopulmonary resuscitation and possibly save a life: a willingness to press hard on someone’s chest and familiarity with the Bee Gees’ disco hit “Stayin’ Alive.”Yes, CPR has changed. The AmericanShow More Summary
DJ Platurn is back with a new remix for all to hear, and this one goes back to 1977 and disco, or at least one of the best pop songs of the era. If you love “Stayin’ Alive”, you are going to really enjoy what he does with it here. If you want to take […]
You tend to hear about homegrown, all-sibling bands like the Cribs beginning in earnest as teens, blasting alt and punk covers through cheap instruments. The Jarman brothers started even earlier, pantomiming Bee Gees and Queen songs on the radio before they even hit 13. It’s a stretch to say that those influences are audible on […]
The Bee Gees asked the timeless question "How Deep Is Your Love" in 1977 and now McDonald's has an answer: 100 free meals for random customers per store over the next two weeks.
The Irish-Norwegian-Brazilian three-piece All We Are liken themselves to the “Bee Gees on diazepam,” and nowhere is that more true than on the two songs we heard from them last month: the boogie-ready “Keep Me Alive” and the sensual “I Wear You.” Their latest track, however, scales back the chirpy harmonies to hone in on [...]
All I can do is scream FUCK YES at the top of my lungs. (more…)
This ornament is going to make my friend Leah so goddamn happy. Better than a gif of a naked baby bear dancing to the Bee Gees.
The Recording Academy has named its Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winners for 2015. George Harrison, The Bee Gees, Buddy Guy, the Louvin Brothers, Wayne Shorter, Flaco Jiménez and Pierre Boulez will all be honored at next year's ceremony during Grammy week. Show More Summary
Zayn Malik’s hair is no stranger to changes. This Week at a book signing the One Direction star debut a look snatched from the seventies. The style was made famous by stars of the past such as the Bee Gees. Fans, however, appear a bit disappointed by the new look. Show More Summary
Sometimes I just need to sing and dance along with the iconic 1970s band The Bee Gees. Always loved 'em.