Danish-born visual artist Lasse Hoile may not be a household name, but he’s carved himself quite the niche in the progressive rock/metal scene as a virtual set and album designer. His ability to disturb, enlighten, and entertain us is an accomplishment that many in his line of work can only strive for. This talented multimedia artist produces a type of ‘modernized vintage’ imagery whose ominous beauty has been likened to Francis Bacon, H.R. Geiger, and David Lynch. Though he often focuses on complementing music artists with his work, his talent is standalone.
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Forty-five years ago this weekend, the mother of all rock festivals took place. Billed as “An Aquarian Exposition: 3 Days of Peace & Music”, over 400 thousand revelers flocked to Bethel, New York to take part in what would become the zenith of 1960s counterculture. Today, we take a look back at the highlight of the summer of love with these forty-five beautiful Woodstock photos:
And if you love all things Woodstock, we recommend you check out these videos:
Because nothing in the world is more important than analyzing the rocky cliffs that come with any marriage, celebrity or not — perhaps Beyonce is considering dumping Jay because he is too materialistic?
Way more electro–and arguably less annoying–than Deadmau5, these floppy disk and hard drives recreate the quintessential Led Zeppelin song, “Stairway to Heaven”.
Enlisting in the army to avoid jail time (he had been caught joy riding twice), Jimi Hendrix can be seen in uniform in this 1961 photo. While discharged a year later for some pretty interesting reasons, it was during this time that Hendrix started his first band with Billy Cox. And yes–we are well aware that Hendrix could even make one-pieces look cool.
Wish you could get into arguably the biggest sporting event in the planet but prefer musical drops to kick offs? This video incorporates all the sport’s movement into a dynamic music video unlike anything you’ve ever seen. Enjoy!