Song of the day: Rob Dougan – Clubbed to Death

Another bold statement underlining the fact that music does not need lyrics to impress. A song almost everyone has already heard at some point (largely due to the fact that it was used in The Matrix trilogy), but hardly anyone knows what the title is or who the performer is. And more importantly: a song that makes almost evreryone take notice when it starts to play: Clubbed to Death by the Australian musician Rob Dougan.

Smartphones and cancer

It’s July 2017 and we are celebrating the iPhone’s 10th anniversary. In that decade, the new category that Apple has more or less created, now commonly known as smartphones, has conquered the globe. Today, the smartphone is one of the most ubiquitous devices in all developed, and in an increasing number of developing countries.

One of the reasons why the number of smartphones has been rising so quickly is the fact that the decade or so before was marked by the rapid spread of the smartphone’s predecessor: the cell phone. Most of you will Continue reading

Song of the day: The Shirts – Laugh and Walk Away

Challenge of the day: click the play button of the video below and in the 3 minutes afterwards do not move your fingers, especially not to the rhythm of the piano sound. The song is über-catchy, although that might not have been intentional, as The Shirts actually began their career as a punk band in the late 70’s.

Bonus (for those who were at the time watching Dutch TV): it’s a TopPop clip! (no Ad Visser announcement, though)