Gothic Chicken: "Revolution" Video
Delve into West Africa's decade-delayed funky polyrhythmic take on psychedelia. From the Gold Coast to Cameroon, traversing the territory of Jimi Hendrix and James Brown, this is an African assimilation of the psychedelic revolution - distorted, political, hallucinogenic, and, of course, danceable. Thousands of miles from the Summer of Love's utopian origins, yet somehow, not so far away...
Boris Karloff stars as the monster who the mad scientist Dr. Frankenstein creates in this 1931 Universal horror classic from famed director James Whale, based on Mary Shelley's gothic novel.
Armed with little more than an acoustic guitar and her fragile alto, San Francisco folk singer/songwriter Emily Jane White offers complex tales of melancholy and isolation. Her gothic blues are starting to catch some serious attention and her debut Dark Undercoat is among 2007's strongest.
Venice project peek, robots everywhere, easy MP3 playlists, and the chicken-noodle soup dance.
A psychedelic cartoon cat stars in the video for this gently rocking Concretes number.
If 3D is the chicken and the Avatar DVD is the egg, somehow we should all get free chickens or 3D is DOA. Or something like that. We've all still got a bit of a BBQ hangover from our time in Austin, but at least Rafe's here to make a little sense. Oh, wait, he came up with the 3D chicken thing. Anyway, Facebook rules the Web, IE 9 may or may not embrace actual standards, and Droid users are getting 2.1, finally. We're home.
404 listeners Derrick the Unofficial 404 Photographer and Henry the Unofficial 404 Uncle surprise us in the office today with breakfast! Well, kind of. Chicken feet, anyone?