Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Itsnotyouitsme Album Spin - With The Black Keys

On the ItsNotYouItsMe turntables we have the latest offering from Akron Ohio's The Black Keys and their 7th studio album "El Camino". Taking inspiration from 1950s–1970s, rock and roll, soul, and glam rock the latest disc is a full on dance floor bar brawl from members Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney who have been performing since 2001.

If you love Rock and Roll this album is for you and we invite you to take a spin with our favorite tracks below.

Your Joy Is My Low By Stratis

photographer: Stratis
stylist: Manos Samartzis
MODEL(S): Aiden Andrews; Jordan Coulter; Lenz Von Johnston; Luis Borges; Michael Wozniak; Nikola Jovanovic; Tom Warren
Courtesy of - steelmachines.wordpress.com

Peter By Serge Leblon

iD - Spring 2012
Model Peter Bruder
Ph Serge Leblon
St Mattias Karlsson

Peter Bruder stuns in this editorial for iD's Spring 2012 issue wearing key pieces from Prada to Balenciaga, all captured and styled by Serge Leblon and Matthias Karlsson, respectively. Courtesy of - thefashionisto.com

The Virgin Suicides By Ben Weller

photographer: Ben Weller
stylist: Phoebe Arnold
MODEL(S): Paddy Mitchell
Courtesy of - steelmachines.wordpress.com

The Construction of Light By Xevi Muntane

photographer: Xevi Muntane
stylist: Way Perry
MODEL(S): Benjamin Eidem; Tom Barker
Courtesy of - steelmachines.wordpress.com

Mick Jagger takes over the White House

Rolling Stone's Legend Mick Jagger takes over the White House in a special performance for the White House: Red, White and Blues special which aired on PBS over the week and below you can take a sneak peak of the special celebrating the best of Blues and Rock and Roll live from the presidential palace.

"In Performance at the White House: Red, White and Blues" will honor the musical form that sprang from the Mississippi Delta and flourished in the Westside of Chicago with deep roots in Africa and slavery. The performances will explore those roots and pay homage to the great figures of the Blues and the songs they made famous by tracing the influence of the Blues on modern American music from soul to rock'n'roll.

Catch Mick perform the classic "Miss You" below!

Terence Stamp and Jean Shrimpton: A Darling Mod Duo

We've all been there kiddas, those last minute touches we add to our hair, make-up, and/or ensemble such in the case as in the photo opt above of Terence Stamp and Jean Shrimpton. The twosome were shot right before making their way to the London premiere of Terence's film "The Collector" released on October of 1965. This photo captures the instant when both parties added that last minute magic additions to an already elegant and demure look.

"The Collector's" Film Trailer (1965.)

Michael Parkinson Interviews Terence in the 1970's.

Last Berenstain Bears Creator Passes On

It's a sad day for the child in all of us as the creator of the Berenstain Bears Books and animations has passed on.

Children's book legend Jan Berenstain -- who co-created the Berenstain Bears -- died Friday at 88-years-old after suffering a stroke ... this according to her family.

Jan and her husband Stan Berenstain created the Bear family -- Mama Bear, Papa Bear, Brother Bear and Sister Bear -- back in 1962 ... when they published their first book, "The Big Honey Hunt."

Since then, they fired out more than 300 stories.

According to Jan's son, Jan suffered a severe stroke on Thursday and died the following day.

Stan died back in 2005 at the age of 82.

They are survived by their sons and four grandchildren. -TMZ.com

Monday, February 27, 2012

Priemere: Madonna's 2nd Single 'Girl Gone Wild' Off Her New Album '12

Nicki Minaj Is A NBA All Star

There's a Barbie on the court tonight as Nicki Minaj opens up the 2012 NBA All-Star West Intros. The singer performs 2 tracks for the Los Angeles Staples Center crowd and its a Moment to be Turned On with dancers and spot on tight vocals by the Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded rap superstar.

Get in the game below.

Absurd Encounters by Brett Lloyd

The new fifth issue of Re-bel magazine features models Rokas Zilionis, Arran Sly, Wilson Steve, Tomek Szalanski, Wilfred Lytton, and John Cherkas in the cover story 'Absurd Encounters', photographed by Brett Lloyd and styled by John McCarty. Courtesy of - Homotography

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