Archive for Inspiration
This is Travis’ new single- released for World Aids Day- and the proceeds from it are going to MTV’s Staying Alive campaign. The track was inspired by the Gym Class Heroes frontman’s trip around the world to visit MTV’s HIV/Aids projects. Earlier this year Travis and an MTV crew traveled to South Africa, India and The Philippines to find out about the work done around the world to prevent the spread of the disease.
Over the weekend Scott Vener (music supervisor for Entourage) made the music he’s featured on the show available for free download on his site. If you watch the show then you know the music is one of the best things about it. I’m surprised they haven’t gone the route of doing a soundtrack but thanks to Scott we still get to enjoy it this way.
Music Featured During the Ending Credits- Download HERE
Music Featured During the Show- Download HERE
I’d like to personally thank Robin for providing the soundtrack to my sex life. If he keeps making records like this he’s going to put viagra out of business!
Whoever put this together apparently has more dedication to the Wire then most husbands have for their wives! Its an incredible montage of memorable moments from one of the most underrated shows ever.
Crazy sight. A whole lot of birds [the video says 300,000 but how would they know...] create a black cloud on the side of a highway in Denmark. If only us human beings could work in unison like that more…
Spotted at theLifeFiles.com
The folks from Niwota Studios had some fun with their intervalometer (aka fancy camera stuff) last summer and made this amazing ode to our hometown of Ottawa, Canada.
U2′s Sunday Bloody Sunday was already an incredible song but when Jay-Z came out for this performance of it at the EMA’s yesterday- new life was breathed into it and Jay chose to use the moment to rhyme about something significant. Clap for him.
I appreciate when a woman embraces her sexuality…this behind the scenes footage is glorious!
She’s not just eye candy though. Paula is also a phenomenal actress who stars in the new movie Precious that I highly recommend you check out this weekend.
Working on Obama’s campaign was one of the best things I’ve ever done. The collective effort of all the people who made a difference was truly revolutionary and HBO made a documentary about it. This trailer for it is great- especially that kid at the phone bank!
Apparently This Is It is already sold out everywhere and according to Elizabeth Taylor’s twitter we won’t be disappointed when we leave the theater. She said, “It is the single most brilliant piece of filmmaking I have ever seen.” Granted, she’s a little bias since she was a good friend of Michael Jackson but it seems like that would make her even more critical about how he is portrayed now. This trailer seems to echo her review.