LOVELY REPRISES VOL 2 Claude Challe/Jean Marc-Challe (Border) French DJ and nightclub owner Claude Challe, the undisputed pioneer of chillout music for the global departure lounge, has seemingly been preparing to pass on the family badge of honour to son Jean-Marc for well on a decade. Lovely Reprises Vol 2 is ostensibly a Jean-Marc compilation but still carries the stamp of his father not just in name – Claude Challe presents – but also in track selection
If you haven’t heard of Karnivool, you soon will. The prog rock quintet have made a huge name for themselves in the Aussie music scene and they’re looking to take on the rest of the world with their no nonsense, keep-em-guessing approach
Times are hard for 1980s chart-toppers UB40.
A video game, the first to be funded by NZ On Air, has been released by Auckland games developer InGame, to promote New Zealand music. NZ On Air spent $287,000 on the game
It started with a simple movement: lifting her arm again and again, alone in a dance studio.
A very unique insect, this moth looks more like a furry mammalian than a six legged insect. It’s been compared to a cute fluffy dog, a Pokemon character and a Power Rangers villain — but whatever it is, the Venezuelan poodle moth has captured the Internet like Mothra in a bad Japanese movie. The first thing to emphasize […]
The bitterly fought Pluto wars of a few years back showed that even the experts disagree on what is and what isn’t a planet. One thing there’s no quarrel about, of course: a planet is, by definition, something that orbits a star.
You can think of NASA’s Discovery program as a sort of outer-space American Idol: every few years the agency invites scientists to propose unmanned planetary missions. The projects have to address some sort of fundamental science question, and they have to be relatively cheap to pull off say, half a billion dollars or so
New York — U.S. law enforcement officials have found a manual on the operation of cropdusting equipment while searching suspected terrorist hideouts, government sources tell TIME magazine in an issue out on Monday, Sept
Stung by the embarrassment of the discovery and death of Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad on Monday, Pakistan’s powerful military establishment is under pressure to make changes in its relationship with key allies, and in its fight against terrorism. After three days of sedulous silence on the matter, the military and intelligence leadership on Thursday shared its perspective on the Abbottabad debacle with a select group of senior Pakistani journalists no foreign news media were invited.