Jelena and Mirko wished for an untraditional Croatian wedding. They loved the idea of an intimate, outdoor ceremony by the sea, and what better place is there than the beautiful Hotel Excelsior in Dubrovnik, Croatia? The aged stone walls and walkways and the glistening water created a romantic atmosphere perfect for this gorgeous couple. Show More Summary
Mark Ronson recruited Uptown Special collaborators Kevin Parker (Tame Impala) and Andrew Wyatt (Miike Snow) for a funky live cover of Queens of the Stone Age's "I Sat By the Ocean," filmed for Triple J's "Like a Version" series (via Pitchfork). The duo both played electric guitar (along with Australian...
Don't you... forget about them. They are the ladies that helped define '80s film and television, and if you're of a certain age, one of these stone cold foxes surely made an impact on you at some point. Their careers didn't go the way...Show More Summary
Alt-comedy fans got their first taste of Camp Firewood so long ago that it was the Stone Age. No, but seriously, it wasn’t the Stone Age—it was the Ice Age! No, really, it was the Stone Age. Or actually, it was 2001, when Wet Hot American Summer barely got a theatrical release ahead of gradually becoming a cult hit on DVD and VHS. Show More Summary
Parker joins Mark Ronson and Miike Snow's Andrew Wyatt for special cover on Australia's triple j Radio.
Superproducer Mark Ronson stopped by for a live in-studio session at Australian radio station Triple J today. As usual, he assembled a crack team of musicians to back him up, including Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker and Kirin J. Callinan on guitar. The band performed a great psyched-out cover of Queens Of The Stone Age’s “I […]
Mark Ronson was recently a guest on Triple J's "Like A Version" series, and he had Tame Impala's Kevin Parker and Kirin J. Callinan back him up. Together, the trio did a cover of the Queens of the Stone Age track "I Sat By The Ocean", with Miike Snow singer Andrew Wyatt on lead vocals. Show More Summary
Anytime you turn on Beats 1 Radio and hear distorted guitars, it’s a fair bet that you’re catching some part of “The Alligator Hour,” Queens Of The Stone Age frontman Josh Homme’s show. (Did you know you actually pronounce the E on the end of his last name? I didn’t know that until I heard […]
Queens Of The Stone Age frontman Josh Homme has his own radio show on Apple Music's Beats 1 called "The Alligator Hour". During tonight's show, he welcomed his special guest, Alex Turner of Arctic Monkeys. At one point, they start reading their iPhone Notes. Show More Summary
Archaeologists believe they may have found the remains of a house where people who built Avebury stone circle may have lived. The three-week Between the Monuments project is researching the daily lives of Neolithic and Bronze Age residents at the Wiltshire site. Show More Summary
The home video release also features a commentary track by Joss Whedon, deleted & extended scenes and more.
Illustration by Suze Myers "What do you want?" "Access!" "When do you want it?" "Now!" There are 82 stone steps up to the United States Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., a relatively minor bit of trivia for the majority...
President Hassan Rouhani said that the accord was the reason he was elected and that the alternative was an economic “Stone Age.”
Illustration by Suze Myers. What do you want?" "Access! "When do you want it?" "Now!" There are 82 stone steps up to the United States Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., a relatively minor bit of trivia for the majority...
The following article is provided by Rolling Stone. The Chemical Brothers emerged in what now seems like dance music's Stone Age. In 1995, when Ed Simons and Tom Rowlands released their full-length debut, Exit Planet Dust, they wereShow More Summary
The Chemical Brothers emerged in what now seems like dance music's Stone Age. In 1995, when Ed Simons and Tom Rowlands released their full-length debut, Exit Planet Dust, they were two London DJ-producers pushing England's fading acid-house scene into a future filled with hip-hop, Britpop and big-room house — and toward...
I'm not a gamer. It's just not my thing. Yes, I enjoyed Pong, Pac-Man, Frogger, Space Invaders, and even Donkey Kong way back in the Commodore 64 Stone Age (the 1980s), and yes, I may line up this month to see the new Pixels movie. But my actual gaming days are very much in the past. Show More Summary
Wild Throne is a heavy metal band from Bellingham, WA and they will fuck you up.The group sounds a little like what would happen if The Dillinger Escape Plan had a huge jam session with Queens of The Stone Age. "Harvest of Darkness" carries with it a lot of catchier sensibilities that swerve off the road into murderous riffing. Show More Summary
Post by Adriana Velez. Hey everybody, on July 15 we all take a step backward in time thanks to Netflix. Apparently it's the Day Without Sports, the day when there are no sports on television (except Cricket and the Tour de France, but I guess those don't count?). Show More Summary
You have to get your wallet out like some sort of Stone Age SAVAGE HSBC has denied it has been frozen out of Apple Pay, after its customers were surprised to learn they could not join in the mass British bonk-banking bonanza today.…