Archive for 09/05/2013

Bulbul movie is a remake of Telugu movie Darling. It is a romantic comedy with all the elements.

Bulbul movie starts with enthusiastic 1980 backdrop in black and white. The college mates disperse after farewell and they keep themselves in contact even after decades.Image

Director: Sridhar M D , Mallikarjun Sankanagowdar
Producer: Dinakar Toogudeepa , Meena Toogudeepa
Music Director: V Harikrishna

May 10th Release all over Karnataka.

May 10th Release all over Karnataka.

Doodles on the Desk

NOTE: Forgive me for the lack of adjectives, I really think there are no words to describe their performance. I’m saying this as a fan, so…yeah. 

I grew up in a house where there’s music all the time. My uncles were obsessed with rock music and music in general. They will always turn the radio on in the morning, almost full blast, and I would wake up to Jimi Hendrix,  Van Halen, Deep Purple, U2, ACDC and whatever’s on the cassette tape deck. My father worked abroad for years, and whenever he comes home, he always have a small box of cassette tapes of Billboard artists for me and my sister: Lionel Richie, Neil Sedaka, ABBA, the latest ones those days, and my uncles and even my aunt and mom, would play something in the morning til before dinner. But it was Aerosmith that I really enjoyed listening to, that…

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Sub-Culture Shanghai


We are finally getting things together and SVBKVLT is now online!! Just the cassettes are available at the moment, but in the next week or so our full line of clothing, stickers and slipmats will be up, as well as a few new bits and pieces we’ve been working on including some beautiful art prints, new slipmats and a lot more music!

To celebrate us getting our shit together finally, we have uploaded the whole if side a from Floyd Cheung’s killer beat tape! Enjoy…

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Here listed below are the remaining nominee list of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2013 (The Next Level). If you missed the previous list of nominee Click Here

Just keep voting for your favorite artiste(s) and we will be right here, to give you the full gist as it happens.

Mugeez Abdul Rashid – Odo
Nana Wiafe Asante-Mensah& George KwabenaAdu – Bye-Bye
Kwame NsiahApau – Sika
Akwaboah – Best In Me
Frank OseiAfriyie – Love Of My Life
Kwame Tsikata -MakaaMaka
Nana Yaw Oduro – Not Alone

Bye-Bye – Asem
Lonely – Chase
Best in Me – Efya
No Away – Becca
Sika – Okyeame Kwame
House of Pain – KniiLante
Not Alone – Trigmatic

Sarkodie – Azonto Fiesta
E.L. – Kaalu
Asem – Bye-Bye
M.Anifest – MakaaMaka
Edem – Heyba
Okyeame Kwame – Mr. Versatile


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Phil: When you read a Tweet from an author commenting on a BBC news story that reads:

“The process of designing a book cover is collaborative.. involving the author” – BULLSH1T, HarperCollins. Rarely…

You think, “There’s some history there.”

And you’d be right. Polly Courtney famously ditched her publishers at the launch of her novel “It’s a mans world”. Well, I say famously but neither of us knew about it until we went to the self publishing clinic at Stratford Literary Festival, but then that’s because neither of reads the literary sections of the newspapers properly and as far as we are concerned, the publishing world consists of dumbos who haven’t (yet) recognised our talent with the offer of a five-figure book deal.

Anyway, the session fired us both up to think about how we get our book out there. One aspect that interested me a lot was consideration of…

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In 1990 50% of American-purchased clothing was manufactured in the U.S. Today, only 2% of our clothes are American made and 41% alone come from China.

This gross and rapid outsourcing cut labor costs for corporations and has driven prices to record lows. Americans now spend less than 3% of total income on clothing, yet buy more than ever. The average American owns about 360 items of clothing and accumulates 64 new pieces a year, a little more than one a week. No longer do we own a few, well-made pieces. We’ve traded quality for quantity. We know that t-shirt from Forever 21 won’t last more than a season, but who cares, because by then it’ll be out of style anyway.

Our trend-obsessed, cheap “fast fashion” culture has led to the creation of overflowing closets but more importantly, the growth of unethical and unsustainable fashion.

Last fall, H&M released a…

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