Luc Besson’s The Fifth Element was released more than two decades ago and is still considered one of the most iconic sci-fi films ever made. For fans of the cult film, there’s one scene that’s bound to stick out in your mind—the Diva Dance. Performed by an extravagant alien opera singer called Diva Plavalaguna, the blue-skinned, tentacle-headed character wows an audience with her impressive vocal range and otherworldly dance moves.
As one of the least densely populated countries in the world, Mongolia is known for its vast, open landscapes and...
I build an electric guitar from 1200 colored pencils You could draw with colored pencils, but these tiny tools can...
Music lover and photographer Alex Bartsch pays homage to his favorite vinyl albums by documenting them at the original locations where their cover photos were taken. By holding each vinyl cover art so that it seamlessly merges with its real-life setting, Bartsch’s portfolio showcases the passage of time and provides a fascinating insight into the history and cultural identity of British reggae music.
Toto’s “Africa” is possibly one of the most frequently covered songs since its original release in 1982, but this rendition...
The squeaky rubber chicken has a reputation as being a joke toy, but as a musical instrument? Not so much.
As a baby cruises into toddlerhood, it’s time for a major rite of passage: learning the ABCs. Books that spell out the alphabet with cuddly animals and ordinary objects are cute, but why not give your little rockstar a book that really strikes a chord? Luckily, The Rock Alphabet by Andrew Morgan gives preschoolers a musical education as they memorize their letters.
Since many musicians spend time touring the globe, their songs are often about the places they visit.
Some say that music is the key to your soul.
In 2004, Japanese nursing student Manami Ito lost her right arm in a traffic accident. While coming to terms with this life-changing event, she decided to put her dreams on hold. However, when she went to pick up her new artificial arm at a facility, she noticed people with similar disabilities playing basketball. This inspiring sight motivated Ito to overcome her obstacles and set new goals for herself.
Queen lead vocalist Freddie Mercury had an amazing voice (even according to science)
It’s not unusual for a classic tune to be reimagined.