Just like opression and uprising, music and politics is not a rare combination. We’ve seen musicians rely on the power of song to spread revolutionary messages and anti-war sentiments but whether they are effective through numbers is inconclusive. This Monday, we’re counting down seven of our favourite political bands.
It’s Halloween today and if you think dressing up is tacky or partying is cliché, why not try sitting yourself down to a horror movie marathon? Featuring creepy kids. Because if you think about it, what’s creepier than a bunch of pretty, blue-eyed children producing pure unadulterated violence? Here are six horror movie kids set to scare you to the very last nail.
The idea for this post was triggered by an e-mail sent to us by a fellow (bored) writer on our team. In the said e-mail, she attached a creepy image of a dog, which didn't look like a dog (albeit a little bit cute). Whether due to overgrooming or unfortunate genes, here are four pets we found that don't look like proper pets. Are they beauties or beasts?
If you’ve been following our website and Twitter feeds, you would know that Egyptian-American comedian Ahmed Ahmed is in town for a full set tonight at Berjaya Times Square Hotel. We met up with Ahmed at a press conference yesterday afternoon where he talked about what fans can expect from the show, turning 41 and being referred to as a version of Benjamin Button.
This Monday, we list down five unlikely duets and collaborations either recorded or performed live. We're not sure who made the first move of crossing genre barriers, but we do know that whoever did it must've had some properly devised plan to make these bizarre pairings work. Feel free to list down any that you know.
Today we're a bit on edge (some of us were at a concert last night and had to come in to work early this morning) so we're ranting about seven things and/or habits we wish to punch in the face. Think annoying text language, the duck face and planking.