With the joy of the Christmas season around the corner, you better believe we have some christmas wrapping to tend to. The Eye brings you some holiday cheer from the 80’s in the form of The Waitresses!
And Just because… Here’s a cool vintage ad featuring ol’Saint Nick!
Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross, last year’s Academy Award winners for David Fincher’s Facebook film “The Social Network” team up with the Oscar nominated director, and Yeah Yeah Yeah’s front woman Karen-O for a steamy and bizarre ride. Banding together for this year’s “Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”, the trinity rage through an atmospheric and moody cover of Led Zepellin’s “Immigrant Song”.
Definitely translates some of the bad-ass-ness we’re expecting from the American remake of the Swedish Blockbuster trilogy based on the International Best Selling books. Haven’t read or seen either, but can definitely dig the song! This is rock ‘n’ roll.
Check out The Sun Website for a comprehensive look into the creative process recording the track.
Magazine lovers, behold!
Dazed and Confused magazine is celebrating their 20th anniversary with an amazing stock of covers representing some of the many stars to have graced the iconic magazine’s cover over the years.
Some of the faces include Bjork, Chloe Sevigny, Alicia Keys, Milla Jovovich, Damien Hirst, Cillian Murphy, The Kills, Tilda Swinton, Juliette Lewis, Eva Green, Pharrell Williams, and Harmony Korine- just to name a few.
Check out the exclusive preview from Models.com for more pictures and videos.
I’ll be waiting in line for my Chloe Sevigny cover, what about you? Let us know! Leave a comment below!
We fell fast for this Australians debut. Iggy Azalea’s debut album garnered her a lot of buzz when it was all released on her site as a free download. Her curve appeal got our attention! Have you guys heard of this urban flavoured import?
Does the man never cease to amaze? David Lynch, once again, with an amazingly unique approach, with his signature creative moxy and editorialy dark underground blues. Crazy Clown Time is a new album from the sinister auteur, mostly known for his feature films including Mulholland Drive (2001), and most iconically Blue Velvet (1986), starring the exquisite Isabella Rossellini, not to mention a fresh and young Laura Dern and Kyle Maclachlan epitomizing, a well be it dark, American Dream.
While not his first stint in the music industry, having made several musical collaborations with long time partner Angelo Badalamenti , his latest album is only his latest artistic pursuit.
Great reviews, and this amazing track feature personal contemporary icon, Karen O – its a strange match made, but there is a darkness to Karen O’s voice that compliments the cool creepiness of the musical landscape Lynch has created for this tale of love and woe with a strange and bizarre Pinky.
You might get the chills a little bit, but it’s definitely worth the trip.
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