Tournament of Tease & a Giant Dildo

•April 3, 2009 • Leave a Comment

I could not belive my eyes when a lively burlesque dancer came on stage with the biggest black dildo I have ever seen! This performance was part of Whoopee Club’s Tournament of Tease which took place at Bethnal Green’s Working Men’s Club.

Walking in to the delightfully delapitated room, I was pleased to find a diverse crowd of young, middle aged and one old man – probably a regular who has been coming for the past 20 years.

Back to the dancer with the dildo: The story goes how she is trying to find true love but keeps getting her hopes dashed…that is, until ‘Chuck’ comes along. Yes, it was shocking to see the little red bow tie around ‘his neck’ and even more surprising to see the dancer starting to get off on it, whilst wearing dildo nippletassles.

Yet there was something completely acceptable about this spectacle. I don’t really know why or how but anyone who is brave enough to date a giant dildo on stage is good enough in books. The onlookers laughed and cheered and I couldn’t think of a better way to end a hectic Thursday.



YouTube pulls music videos in Germany

•April 1, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Posted on Music Week 12:15 | Wednesday April 1, 2009

YouTube has started blocking music video content in Germany, after falling out with collecting society GEMA.

The video sharing site’s decision mirrors its decision last month to stop blocking premium music video content in the UK, after failing to agree royalty rates with PRS For Music.

YouTube’s agreement with GEMA apparently ran out last Thursday and the two sides have been unable to agree a new deal, with YouTube EMEA director of video partnerships Patrick Walker telling Der Spiegel that GEMA’s rates are 50 times higher than those demanded by PRS.

GEMA disagrees, however, claiming that YouTube has not given it the transparency it wanted.


Global Gatherintg 09 Line Up Revealed

•April 1, 2009 • Leave a Comment

24th & 25th July 2009
Long Marston Airfield, Stratford Upon Avon
GlobalGathering’s line-up reads like the who’s who of electronic music. Promising a euphoric weekend filled with dirty beats and colossal bass lines, live headliners The Prodigy, Orbital, and Pendulum will be joined by DJs gods Paul van Dyk, Armin Van Buuren, David Guetta, Sasha, Erol Alkan across a whole host of different stages and arenas. With Carl Cox and Tiga playing UK festival exclusives, GlobalGathering is set to be this summers hottest ticket around.
The two-day camping weekender takes place at the height of summer on 24th- 25th July attracting 55,000 musos and style aficionados alike to Shakespeare’s Stratford upon Avon. Over 100 artists will play the sixteen stages, arena and terraces delivering an unforgettable music marathon. Full line-up follows below.
The Prodigy (Live) ~ Orbital (Live) ~ Pendulum (Live)

Paul van Dyk* ~ Armin Van Buuren**

Carl Cox ~ Above & Beyond ~ Eric Prydz ~ David Guetta ~ John Digweed
Sasha ~ Richie Hawtin ~ Axwell ~ Dubfire ~ Erol Alkan ~ Fedde Le Grand James Zabiela ~ Steve Angello ~ Sander Kleinenberg~ Tiga
Markus Schulz ~ Sander Van Doorn ~ Nic Fanciulli ~ Judge Jules ~ ATB Plump DJ’s ~ Digitalism ~ Stanton Warriors

Locodice ~ Scratch Perverts ~ DJ Yoda ~ Josh Wink ~ Andy C ~ Mark Knight ~ Lisa Lashes ~ Danny Howells ~ Magda
Kissy Sellout (Live) ~ The Shapeshifters ~ Tidy Boys ~ John Dahlback
Chase & Status ~ DJ Hype ~ Utah Saints ~ Hervé & Sinden present The Count & Sinden ~ High Contrast ~ Magnetik Man live Feat. Skream & Benga
Andy Whitby ~ Rusko (Live) ~ Darren Styles & Breeze ~ DJ Marky ~ D Ramirez Altern 8 ~ Gaiser (Live) ~ Friction ~ Sebastien Leger ~ Menno De Jong
Funkagenda ~ Fabio & Grooverider ~ Yousef ~ Micky Slim ~ Baby D (Live)
Dave Spoon ~ Hixxy & Unknown ~ Noisia ~ Benny Benassi ~ Lisa Pin Up
Paul Thomas ~ Joel Mull ~ Subfocus ~ Anne Savage ~ Caspa ~ Ratpack
Mary Anne Hobbs ~ Kutski ~ A.T.F.C ~ Tom Middleton ~ DJ Sy & Gammer
Hatcha & N Type ~ Josh Gabriel ~ Micky Finn ~ Dougal ~ Proteus ~ Gareth Emery Brisk & Ham ~ Nicky Blackmarket ~ Toddla T ~ Chris Lake ~ Hazard ~ Guy J Slipmatt ~ Rebekah ~ Pete Jordan ~ Jon Rundell ~ Mark Eteson ~ Kim Fai
Re-Con & Squad E ~ Mark H ~ Robbie Long ~ Darkfire Dub ~ Stu Allen
Garry K & Vapour + More to be Announced


Snuff Box – Boyfriend Scenes

•March 27, 2009 • Leave a Comment


•March 24, 2009 • Leave a Comment

(From CMU Daily 24 March 09)

Now, I should start by saying that this story is based on quotes from an unnamed source who spoke to The Sun, but reportedly Island Records aren’t happy with songs Amy Winehouse wrote in St Lucia for her third album. Apparently the heavily reggae-influenced songs feature some pretty dark lyrics and the label feel that the change of musical direction coupled with a bombardment of lyrical misery might be too much for the singer’s fans. Although, given that the music on her last album, ‘Back To Black’, featured a new musical style and some fairly dark lyrics, I’m not sure how likely this is to be true. The source does reckon these lyrics are particularly dark, though

But anyway, the source told The Sun: “Amy was very productive during her stay in St Lucia. She wrote a hell of a lot of songs, but the majority of them just aren’t hitting the mark. She seems to have ditched her trademark vintage soul sound and is now heavily influenced by reggae. Her bosses don’t think it’s a wise move to change her style so sharply and have told her that”.

On the subject of the lyrics, they added: “The lyrics are very dark indeed. While she’s known for her confessional style and has been very successful with it, many of the tracks are near the knuckle. Everyone understands that Amy is an artist and she must be true to her instincts. In the past, she’s written frequently about broken hearts and boyfriends, but this time round she’s delving into harrowing terrain”.

Kill Bill in 60 Seconds

•March 24, 2009 • Leave a Comment

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•March 3, 2009 • 1 Comment

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