The Complete Application Development Bundle is a big eLearning bundle. The bundle includes six different programming and development related courses that teach you Electron, Django, Laravel, React Native and jQuery Mobile. The […] Ghacks needs you. Show More Summary
Janelle Monáe has blessed us with two new music videos “Make Me Feel” and “Django Jane” and I don’t know about you, but they’ve been on repeat at my house. Both songs are Black feminist anthems that explore gender, sexuality, and race. Watching these videos is an escape away from daily stress – they remind me […]
"Make Me Feel” and “Django Jane” are from Monae's first album in five years.
OHHHKAY. Have you seen Janelle Monáe's new music videos yet?? Yes, that's music videos plural. She dropped TWO — Make Me Feel and Django Jane. Both have the internet ablaze, but let's talk about Make Me Feel right now. As we've discussed, it will give you major Prince and "San Junipero" vibes. Major! But it also makes us [...]
Janelle Monae is back with not one, but two new singles called “Make Me Feel” and “Django Jane” – and you can listen to them right here! The 32-year-old superstar revealed the two songs ahead of the release of her third solo album project, Dirty Computer, which will be released on April 27. PHOTOS: Check [...]
Janelle shared a Prince-like song and a hip hop song off her upcoming album and film project, Dirty Computer, which is due in April. Continue reading…
Janelle continues to push the bar creatively with her latest videos. Continue reading…
Last week, Janelle Monáe finally announced that her first new album in five years would be called Dirty Computer and that it'd be coming out this year. And today, she's shared two songs from it -- "Make Me Feel" and "Django Jane" -- alongside videos, which were respectively directed by Alan Ferguson and Andrew Donoho…
“Django Jane” is the second offering from Dirty Computer
Nebraska and Django Unchained star Bruce Dern, The Reader star Lena Olin and The Knick star Juliet Rylance are to star in drama The Artist's Wife, directed by Call Me By Your Name exec producer Tom Dolby. The Artist's Wife, which isShow More Summary
Quentin Tarantino is eating his words, and rightfully so. The Django Unchained director may be proud of the words he's written, but what he said in a 2003 Howard Stern interview he will not defend. In case you missed it, in the recently unearthed episode he defended Roman Polanski, saying his 13-year-old rape victim "wanted to have [...]
Gypsy-jazz pioneer Django Reinhardt may have died in 1953 from a brain hemorrhage at the horribly young age of 43, but thanks to bands such as the Hot Club of Los Angeles, named after Reinhardt's own Quintette du Hot Club de France, his music remains alive and well.
Categories: Ah, the beautiful Isabel! No, not the talented journalist Isabel Hardman, but the restaurant in Mayfair where I ate this week. Perhaps the most aesthetically […] (Read more...)
Rebecca Taylor of Slow Club guests on “Surface To Air.”
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For the ever-curious record geeks, Django Django at least still offer a proposal. Do you meet them on the dancefloor, or in the countryside?
Hollywood animal coordinator Sidney Jay Yost—the animal trainer on Sean Penn’s Into the Wild and whose Amazing Animal Productions has a resume of films that includes Get Out, Jack Reacher 2, Logan, Django Unchained, The Hunger Games, 12...Show More Summary
Did Belgian-born Gypsy musician Django Reinhardt need to be the most celebrated guitarist of his day to survive a Nazi regime hellbent on eradicating his kind? It’s an intriguing premise, but one only fitfully explored in Étienne Comar’s World War II-set biopic “Django,” about events surrounding...
Reunited and it feels so good! Leonardo DiCaprio will star in Quentin Tarantino's next movie. The two first teamed up in 2012's "Django Unchained." The exact plot of the movie is unknown, but it reportedly takes place in 1969 Los Angeles and involves Charles Manson and Sharon Tate. Show More Summary
Holy shite! Looks like super megastar Leonardo DiCaprio has just signed on to the new Quentin Tarantino movie about (or totally not about) Charles Manson. You may remember, duh, that the two had previously worked together on DJANGO UNCHAINED and I guess they had a blast because they'll be at it again in the near future. Too cool. Show More Summary