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Nirvana sued over thirty-year-old t-shirt design featuring a 1949 illustration

Back in 1989, I purchased a Nirvana t-shirt emblazoned with a map of Upper Hell as described in Dante's Inferno. (The back of the shirt reads: "fudge packin crack smokin satan worshippin mother fucker") Now, the granddaughter of C.W. Scott-Giles, who created that hell illustration for a 1949 translation of Dante's Inferno, is suing Nirvana LLC for copyright infringement. — Read the rest
Tags: Art, Post, Music, News, Copyright, Nirvana, Dante, T-shirts, Scott Giles, Here We Are Now Entertain US, Nirvana LLC


Nirvana sued over t-shirt artwork dating back to 1989

Back in 1989, I purchased a Nirvana t-shirt emblazoned with a map of Upper Hell as described in Dante's Inferno. (The back of the shirt reads: "fudge packin crack smokin satan worshippin mother fucker") Now, the granddaughter of C.W. Scott-Giles, who created that hell illustration for a 1949 translation of Dante's Inferno, is suing Nirvana LLC for copyright infringement. — Read the rest
Tags: Art, Post, Music, News, Copyright, Nirvana, Dante, T-shirts, Scott Giles, Here We Are Now Entertain US, Nirvana LLC


Dogleg’s “Wartortle” Video Is A Clerks Homage

Video games aren't the only kind of pop culture that Dogleg can reference! The Michigan punk band's new black-and-white music video for "Wartortle," a track off of their great new album Melee, is an elaborate riff on Kevin Smith's beloved 1994 movie Clerks. Dante, played by frontman Alex Stoitsiadis, is called in to … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Michigan, Dante, Kevin Smith, Dogleg, Austin Vansen, Chase Macinski, Alex Stoitsiadis


Creative Passion: Five Filmmakers and their Inspirations

A smart film critic (possibly Ken Hanke) once wrote, “filmmakers start by remaking things they admired in childhood.” I am not able to find out exactly who wrote this, partly because it could be applied to any film critic. Every filmmaker has their ideas and obsessions implanted into them at an early age. No matter how much they change or how their subject matter may shift, they’re looking to recreate that moment they saw John Carpenter’s The Thing to experience that feeling they felt when they ...
Tags: Music, New York, Hollywood, Sweden, Film, America, Austin, Roger Ebert, John F Kennedy, John Wayne, Richard Linklater, Pink, Quentin Tarantino, Michael Jackson, Smith, George Romero


A Week In Vermont On A $38,000 Salary

Welcome to Money Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Calling all entrepreneurs: We want to hear from you! If you’re a freelancer or self-employed, we’d love to feature your Money Diary. Submit here.Travel Diaries: We're looking to get the inside scoop on when, where, and how our peers are using their vacation...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Hbo, Walgreens, Bob, Iceland, Terry Pratchett, Vermont, Everlane, Dante, Burlington, Alex Honnold, Wi Fi, Ben Jerry, Shaw, Turbotax


How To Get Started With YA, According To The NYPL's Youth Librarians

Twenty years ago, young adult literature occupied a few shelves in the children's section of a bookstore. A few Hunger Games and Twilights later, the genre has exploded into pop-cultural prominence. Although these books focus on teenage protagonists, the genre's appeal has no age restrictions. According to Publisher's Weekly, adults comprise over half of YA's readership. They pre-order books with fervor; they have YA book fan clubs.Adults are drawn to YA books for different reasons. Some young ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Los Angeles, Noah, Netflix, Brooklyn, Bronx, Shakespeare, Ya, New York Public Library, Hawkeye, Dante, Aristotle, Charlotte, Boone, Jessica Jones


Katie Peterson's Playlist for Her Poetry Collection "A Piece of Good News"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Katie Peterson's A Piece of Good News is an evocative and often startling poetry collection. Publishers Weekly wrote of the book: "In the fourth collection from Peterson, a typica...
Tags: Music, California, Massachusetts, George Harrison, Pete Seeger, Barack Obama, David, Dolly Parton, Rosetta, Ikea, Jesus, Honda, Shakespeare, North Carolina, Joni Mitchell, Richard


DT Daily: Hip-hop artist Rakeem Miles talks musical upbringing, ‘Dante’s Toys’

Rakeem Miles may be best known for his musical endeavors, but he's looking to change that with his forthcoming animated show. On Monday's DT Daily, we discuss Miles' origins, what drives his passions, his favorite superhero, and more. The post DT Daily: Hip-hop artist Rakeem Miles talks musical upbringing, ‘Dante’s Toys’ appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Music, News, Trends, Hip-hop, Dante, DT Daily, DT Daily Live, Dante's Toys, Organic Geniuses, Rakeem Miles


Free Cakewalk DAW for Windows gets big updates, more stretchy audio

Welcome to an alternate universe. You knew the world where acquisitions killed products. In this one, products get better, faster – and go from costing hundreds of dollars to being totally free. Let’s catch up with what’s new in Cakewalk for Windows. First, DAWs – music production software bundling lots of different features – do as much as they do because producing music is pretty demanding. Multitrack recording, editing, arrangement, working with patterns and sequences, working with audio, m...
Tags: Apple, Updates, Music, New York, Free, Windows, Time, Tech, Freebies, Software, Workflow, Editing, Windows 10, Upgrades, Sonar, Garageband


A Catalogue Of The Most Catholic Runway References

The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute is taking us to church this Met Gala. On May 7, fashion and religion join for the museum's latest “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination" exhibit. It's not the first time the themes will come together in some sort of style matrimony, but, per the museum, over 150 ensembles will be on display, showing just how the two are connected; some are borrowed directly from the Sistine Chapel sacristy, while some are on loan from designers...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, London, Thom Browne, Paris, Vogue, Vatican, Catholic Church, Karl Lagerfeld, Chanel, John Galliano, Alexander Mcqueen, Pope Benedict XVI, Mcqueen, Dante


Rest In Peace: A Memory for Dear Brother Cecil Taylor at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco

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Tags: Amazon, News, US, San Francisco, Jazz, Oakland, Taylor, Cecil, Dante, Grace Cathedral, Cecil Taylor, Cecil Taylor Rest


Ears Wide Open: Numb.er

Numb.er is a dark wave/synthpunk project formed by Jeff Fribourg after leaving his previous band, Froth, which he co-founded with Joo-Joo Ashworth. In Froth, Fribourg played a feverish omnichord, but with Numb.er, Fribourg embraces his love for analog synths and angular guitar lines, creating songs that blend punk, shoegaze and post-punk in varying degrees from track to track. The band’s debut album, “Goodbye,” is set for release on May 25 via Felte Records. It was recorded by Dante White Alian...
Tags: Music, Featured, Dante, Los Angeles Bands, Latest Music, Echo Park, Joo Joo Ashworth, Numb.er, Jeff Fribourg, Froth Fribourg, Numb er Fribourg, Dante White Aliano, Mikey Young From Fribourg


The Best YA Books To Get Excited About

If you're shopping for the YA lover in your life (or if you're a YA lover yourself!), it's time to look beyond the adventures of Katniss Everdeen. YA has only gotten more popular in the years since The Hunger Games came out in 2008. Blockbuster adaptations of stand-alone novels and series like The Fault in Our Stars, The Maze Runner, and Divergent have made YA familiar even to those who haven't picked up a book written for teens since they were a teen themselves. But just because the box office...
Tags: Facebook, Fashion, Music, England, Minnesota, Australia, Molly, New York City, Nigeria, America, Iran, Indiana, Green, Noah, Sony, Poland


Album Reviews: Tom Waits – “Alice”/”Blood Money” (Remastered)

Tom Waits never has sounded better, at least in terms of fidelity, than he does on the new, re-mastered versions of Alice and Blood Money – which were released, to much anticipation, on ANTI- Records. There are good reasons for these revelations, of course, and some of them are so obvious they don’t even need to be stated. For one, yes, yes, musicians have never had the kind of access they do now to add finesse and fluidity to once-rough-edged (relatively speaking) recordings. These “new” record...
Tags: Music, Bizarre, Tom Waits, Fidelity, Louis Armstrong, Edward, Blood Money, Contemporary, Alice, Dante, Joe, Album Reviews, Anti, Remastered, Remasters, Kathleen Brennan


Reissue Reviews: Tom Waits, “Alice” and “Blood Money”

Tom Waits never has sounded better, at least in terms of fidelity, than he does on the new, re-mastered versions of Alice and Blood Money – which were released, to much anticipation, on ANTI- Records. There are good reasons for these revelations, of course, and some of them are so obvious they don’t even need to be stated. For one, yes, yes, musicians have never had the kind of access they do now to add finesse and fluidity to once-rough-edged (relatively speaking) recordings. These “new” record...
Tags: Music, Bizarre, Tom Waits, Fidelity, Louis Armstrong, Edward, Blood Money, Contemporary, Alice, Dante, Joe, Reissue Reviews, Anti, Remastered, Remasters, Kathleen Brennan


'Movies That Mattered' Captures Dave Kehr's Astute Film Criticism

It's perhaps too trite and rash to conclude that the age of good, cogent film criticism is over. They still exist out there, always at print publications such as The New Yorker and at major newspapers like The New York Times . An argument can be made that the late, legendary film critic Roger Ebert became a better writer when he departed from cinema and covered literature, book collecting, or even the simplest pleasures of life. If we look at the film criticism of J...
Tags: Music, New York, Hollywood, Instagram, New York City, Orson Welles, Chicago, Roger Ebert, Jim Carrey, Paul Thomas Anderson, Atlantic City, Film criticism, Steven Spielberg, Nicolas Cage, Dante, Graham Greene


Weapons of Poetry and Images: On the Works of Pier Paolo Pasolini

h David Schwartz covers enormous biographical ground and establishes countless persuasive connections between Pier Paolo Pasolini's emotional attachments, his intellectual pursuits, and Italy's wider cultural and political history after World War II. The circumstances around Pasolini's still-unsolved murder, revisited and enlarged in this second edition, appear in stunning detail. Schwartz's account of all such factors and their respective roles in shaping Pasolini's inner life and his cr...
Tags: Music, Milan, Rome, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Biography, Philosophy, Hitler, Shakespeare, Mussolini, Christ, Dante, Italian Film, Marx, Pier Paolo Pasolini


August Free Classical Album from Naxos

Naxos has sent out their newsletter* with a choice of three Classical albums from which you may choose one to download and keep. “I may be left-handed but I’m always right!” You may be hearing more quips like this during the month, as left-handers celebrate their 25th Annual Left-Handers Day on 13 August. In days gone by, sinistral persons were often regarded with suspicion on account of their uncommon trait but, with modern-day luminaries such as Bill Gates numbering among the world’s lefti...
Tags: Books, Music, Featured, Moscow, Dante, Naxos, Free Music, RIMINI, Rachmaninov, Aleko, DRM-Free, Klaus Heymann, Timothy Hugh, Richard Studt, Bournemouth Sinfonietta Beethoven, Archduke Rudolf Beethoven


This Might Be How All The Seasons Of American Horror Story Are Connected

With American Horror Story: Cult 's September 5 premiere date inching closer, fans are gearing up for another season of heart-pounding terror and unfathomable gore. Little did we know, however, that season 7 might actually be another piece in a larger, more symbolic puzzle. Ryan Murphy just gave major props to a fan theory that suggests each season of the FX show represents a different circle of hell, pulled from Dante Alighieri's Inferno.What did the show creator and Scream Queens alum have to...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Facebook Messenger, Ryan Murphy, Scream Queens, Dante, Murphy, Roanoke, Dante Alighieri, Limbo, Murder House


The Best YA Books To Get Excited About

Photo: Courtesy of Algonquin Young Readers. If you're shopping for the YA lover in your life (or if you're a YA lover yourself!), it's time to look beyond the adventures of Katniss Everdeen. YA has only gotten more popular in the years since The Hunger Games came out in 2008. Blockbuster adaptations of stand-alone novels and series like The Fault in Our Stars, The Maze Runner, and Divergent have made YA familiar even to those who haven't picked up a book written for teens since they were a t...
Tags: Facebook, Fashion, Music, England, Minnesota, Molly, New York City, Nigeria, America, Iran, Indiana, Noah, Sony, Poland, Manhattan, Huntress


THIS Affordable European City Is Your Next Vacation

We can't explain exactly why some cities suddenly start trending as hip must-visit destinations. We can, however, let you know with 100% certainty that Lisbon is worth all of the hype it seems to have been picking up lately. It's a relatively affordable European city by the coast, and this welcoming town has both historic and modern delights.In just one weekend, you can hop from the beach to a lively urban city center. Though you'll probably want to stay longer so that by day you can explore th...
Tags: Fashion, Music, China, Hawaii, Lisbon, Dante, Don, Deli, Pena, River Tagus, MAAT, Lisbon Christo, Ginjinha, Restaurant Gambrinus Here


SEPTICFLESH's New Song "3rd Testament (Codex Omega)" Is Pure, Swift Evil

Septicflesh's new album Codex Omega is shaping up to be really damn good thus far, right? The first single "Dante's Inferno"... The post SEPTICFLESH's New Song "3rd Testament (Codex Omega)" Is Pure, Swift Evil appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, Dante, New Music, SEPTICFLESH


11 Travel Hacks The Tourism Industry Doesn't Want You To Know

Illustrated by Elliot Salazar. Vacations are supposed to be about relaxing, but even experienced travelers know that planning a trip also comes with its own set of stresses. From figuring out how you're going to pay for it (so many costs!), to fitting everything into your carry-on (because, checked-bag fees…), to simply trying to get your bearings a new place, it’s easy to get overwhelmed.But, luckily, it doesn't have to be so hard. We talked with four professional travelers who shared their...
Tags: Europe, Fashion, Music, Southeast Asia, Rome, Frankfurt, Paris, Heathrow, American Express, Vpn, Abu Dhabi, Dante, Chris, Lufthansa, Chase Sapphire, Chris Guillebeau


A Week In Buenos Aires, Argentina On A $14,000 Salary

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.This week: a freelance writer who makes $14,000 per year and spends it on an Airbnb in Mexico and weed brownies.Occupation: FreelancerIndustry: Online Content WritingAge: 22Location: Buenos Aires, ArgentinaSalary: ~$14,000Paycheck (Once a week): ~$300, but i...
Tags: Facebook, Fashion, Music, Instagram, Mexico, Berlin, Netflix, Canada, Mexico City, Argentina, South America, Airbnb, States, Hulu, Aziz Ansari, Facetime


Pixar's Coco Short Is A Must-See For Dog Lovers

After years and years of can't miss critical and commercial hits, Pixar has lost its way of late. That doesn't make it unique. Apple, Steve Jobs' other pet project, has become a confusing morass of products that are individually beautiful but lack the definitive vision of the late great technocrat. Similarly, Pixar has found itself on a sequel treadmill that's seen some critical praise, some commercial success, but has been a far cry from when the studio churned out hit after hit after hit.Coco...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Pixar, Dante, Dia de los Muertos, Akira


The Best YA Books Since The Hunger Games

Photo: Courtesy of Algonquin Young Readers. If you're shopping for the YA lover in your life (or if you're a YA lover yourself!), it's time to look beyond the adventures of Katniss Everdeen. YA has only gotten more popular in the years since The Hunger Games came out in 2008. Blockbuster adaptations of stand-alone novels and series like The Fault in Our Stars, The Maze Runner, and Divergent have made YA familiar even to those who haven't picked up a book written for teens since they were a t...
Tags: Facebook, Fashion, Music, England, Minnesota, Molly, New York City, Nigeria, America, Iran, Indiana, Noah, Sony, Poland, Manhattan, Quinn


Geostorm Is Every Apocalypse Movie In One & I Am So Excited

Once upon a time, Hollywood was obsessed with movies about killer volcanoes. That time was 1997, when both Volcano and Dante's Peak were the go-to choice for theater-goers who wanted to witness the world burn. (Literally.) 20 years later, it's not fire and magma that's turning the world on its head: It's weather.The upcoming film Geostorm —  which stars Gerard Butler, Jim Sturgess, and Ed Harris — is here to show you yet another way for the Earth to meet its maker, and it's seriously frightenin...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Hollywood, Earth, Dante, Ed Harris, Gerard Butler Jim Sturgess


The Pynnacles - To Give Your Loving

Main Artist covered in the blog (for charts):  The Pynnacles Artist Music Link:  https://thepynnacles.bandcamp.com/ Facebook ID:  ThePynnacles Genres (for charts):  Psych Rock Region (for charts):  Portland *photo by John Keel MOGO Fest wouldn't be a defi (in post MOGO Fest Pick 3: Pynnacles, Cambrian Explosion and LiquidLight at Dante's from The Deli Magazine. More by this artist at )
Tags: Music, Portland, Dante, John Keel


The Pynnacles - Donna

Main Artist covered in the blog (for charts):  The Pynnacles Artist Music Link:  https://thepynnacles.bandcamp.com/ Facebook ID:  ThePynnacles Genres (for charts):  Psych Rock Region (for charts):  Portland *photo by John Keel MOGO Fest wouldn't be a defi (in post MOGO Fest Pick 3: Pynnacles, Cambrian Explosion and LiquidLight at Dante's from The Deli Magazine. More by this artist at )
Tags: Music, Portland, Dante, John Keel, Pynnacles Donna


Bloss0m - Black Magic Woman

Main Artist covered in the blog (for charts):  Blossom Artist Music Link:  https://soundcloud.com/whoisblossom Facebook ID:  WhoIsBlossom Genres (for charts):  RnB Region (for charts):  Portland  Our next choice in MOGO Fest offerings comes by way of a sh (in post MOGO Fest Pick 2: Blossom, Sifter, ISSA, DJ Pr11me and Verbz at Dante's from The Deli Magazine. More by this artist at )
Tags: Music, Portland, Dante, MOGO Fest, Verbz



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