With the sudden passing of Prince and the tandem quintessential rainy long weekend in Sydney, here are 15 sad songs for your next rainy day playlist.
Grab your snags, tongs, cricket bat, bbq, and ipod and crank up the sound to this Australia Day playlist.
The disco sound is summed up with the thumping and hypnotic bass sound. Whether it was produced by an actual bass guitar or a synthesizer doesn’t matter. Bassists really have the disco era a lot to owe for the furthering of their craft.
Deck yourself or your beloved bass guitarist friend out in one of these awesome tee shirts – an ode to bass players everywhere!
After the Beatles disbanded in 1969, the members launched solo careers with varying degrees of success. But who did it best?
I’ve decided to do a re-release of my “How Were You Born?” T-shirt. Mainly to solve the confusion some people have over the Lady Gaga pic being either David Bowie or Harry Potter and to ease the pain of the internet grammar police (How vs Why). A few people at work had commented about the …
You’ve got to love cover songs. Few hit the mark, most miss it. Here is my take on the 5 best and worst rock cover songs. In no particular order… 5 Rock Song Covers that worked 1. Pinball Wizard Original Artist: The Who (1969). Covered by: Elton John (1975) The original was written for The …
Bass players. The epitome of cool. There they are at the side or back of the stage thumping away on the strings and providing the rich deep groove of a song. I’ve never seen a bass guitarist get in a flap on stage. How can they be so relaxed?
Following on from the success of the ‘How Were You Born’ street art poster concept and Threadless printed tee, here is part two of the series, “Don’t Stop…”