• Video: Lykke Li - No Rest For The Wicked
  • Posted 7 months ago by Staff · music · 2903 Views
  • Lykke Li has unveiled an emotional video for her new song “No Rest For The Wicked”. The Swedish singer plays a convincing role in a story of two lovers being torn apart. Directed by Tarik Saleh, who was also responsible for the intimate video “Love Me Like I’m Not Made Of Stone” released last month.

    The new album, I Never Learn, the follow up to 2011’s Wounded Rhymes, is out May 5th with Atlantic.

  • The SELFIE Mirror
  • 7 months ago · tech · 1 Comment · 4128 Views
  • It's would be true to say that the "selfie" has become a worldwide phenomenon, but until now companies haven't really tried to capitalise on its popularity. Cue the "SELFIE Mirror" (or S.E.L.F.I.E. - Self Enhancing Live Feed Image Engine), a two-way mirror designed by digital agency...
  • UPS Delivery Trucks Don't Turn Left in the US
  • 7 months ago · culture · 1 Comment · 10410 Views
  • This sounds like some sort of ridiculous April Fools' joke, but turns out it's actually true - UPS delivery trucks rarely turn left in the US. The strategy was devised by engineers to increase efficiency and save on fuel. After...
  • Listen: Eyedress - Hearing Colors Mixtape
  • 7 months ago · music · 0 Comments · 2584 Views
  • Filipino bedroom producer (not something you say too often) Eyedress has just released a new mixtape, Hearing Colors, as a free download. It features a couple of tracks off of his debut EP Supernatural from last year, as well...
  • Video: Jamie xx - Sleep Sound
  • 7 months ago · music · 0 Comments · 21251 Views
  • Early contender for video of the year from artist Sofia Mattioli for Jamie xx’s recent single “Sleep Sound”. The video explores the idea of how music can be created by only having silence and creating sound with the use of imagination. It is captured beautifully...
  • Trailer: Wish I Was Here
  • 7 months ago · Art & Design · 1 Comment · 4662 Views
  • Zach Braff has released the first trailer for his latest film, Wish I Was Here, which was funded entirely through Kickstarter. In total over $3 million was raised, enabling Braff to ditch the studios and bring fans "the truest representation of what's in my brain". It follows Aidan...