Beatboxing, or the art of producing the track to a song with nothing but one's voice, has been seeing a resurgence lately, but few understand the science of beatboxing. Scientists have recently been studying beatboxing in order to gain insights into how human beings produce sound, and the results have fascinated linguists and researchers alike. This new research promises to give us a peak into this mysterious and catchy practice. Join us now for a look at the science of beatboxing.
If you love comic books, checking out some TV shows based on the DC Comics universe is simply a must. So when you feel the need to return to Gotham City or want to explore the Starling City underbelly, simply turn on your TV because all of your favorite DC heroes are waiting for you right there.
The Hong Kong film masters the Pang Brothers have revolutionized modern horror cinema over the past decade. Their acclaimed movies such as THE EYE, which has been remade countless times within several different cultures by filmmakers desperate to recapture the pure terror of the original film, have transformed the way the horror industry approaches the development of new screenplays. Indeed the face of cinema as a whole, whether it be fantasy, science fiction or horror has been irrefutably altered as directors have attempted to mimic the edgy surreal effects the Pang Brothers use in their films to wreak havoc on the audience’s innate sense of fear. It is a style that is unmistakable and, though many may try, impossible to duplicate.
The Rolling Stones will always be viewed as one of the original founders of the rock and roll sound. They forged the sound of rock on the streets of London and have been at the top of the rock world or near it for a couple of generations now. Their strong point has always been concerts.
An all-star cast tells the action-packed story that is Patriots Day. Starring Mark Wahlberg, John Goodman, Kevin Bacon, J. K. Simmons, and Michelle Monaghan, the film follows the lives of those effected by the bombings that took place on April 15, 2013 in Boston. From the police officers to the marathon runners, we see how this one day changed everything for so many.
Hip hop is relatively new in music terms, only beginning in the late 70s and remaining a niche genre until the late 1980s, but it blew up because of the best 90s hip hop albums. These albums are responsible for shaping hip hop music, and indeed all music, to this day and will continue to do so long into the future. The rise of hip hop has introduced a number of musical and cultural elements to our lives that many of us would not otherwise experience. Join us now to see the albums that started it all with this guide to the best 90s hip hop albums.