Linkage – August 7, 2012

Posted by The G on August 7, 2012 under GNN | Comments are off for this article

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Street pizza – literally!

Lana Del Rey is working it in Italian Vogue.  (via Italian Vogue).

Street Art was pronounced dead this morning after CNN wrote about it.  (via CNN).

Foster The People complain about proving themselves all over again with their side project, even though the band is less than 3 years old.  (via Rolling Stone)

Peter Rauhofer remixes Let’s Have A Kiki by Scissor Sisters (via Let’s Have A Kiki)

Free Bright Light Bright Light mashup.  BLBL vs. Corona: “The Feeling of The Night” (via Soundcloud)

Kate Bush‘s “Running Up That Hill” to get the 2012 remix treatment. (via Slicing up Eyeballs)

RIP, composer Marvin Hamlisch.  He was always a cool guy.  (via AP)

RIP, art critic Robert Hughes.  Never met him.  (via Gallerist)

RIP, fashionista Anna Piagi.  They die in 3s. (via NY Mag)

The deluxe edition of Michael Jackson‘s “Bad” reissued reissue tracklist  has been issued.  And the 12″ version of Bad is STILL not on there!  (via Michael Jackson)

J. Geils is suing his band.  (via NME)

Follow on Twitter.  Or not.

Linkage – July 31, 2012

Posted by The G on July 31, 2012 under GNN | Comments are off for this article

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Don’t say I never give you flowers.

Here’s some stories I read today.  Maybe you’ll read them too.  Links are subject to change.

-The 20 richest rappers are… (via Prefixmag).  Can you name 20 songs by each?  I can’t!

-Follow on Twitter.

Gina Gershon has the best book name ever:  “In Search of Cleo – How I Found My Pussy and Lost My Mind” (via

Courtney Love tells Lana Del Rey that “Heart Shaped Box” is about her twat.  (via Spin)

-Street artist Morley goes international, baby! (via Melrose and Fairfax)

-Follow on Twitter.

Street Art is now being ranked Billboard Magazine style.  Here’s what’s hot in July.  (via Complex Mag)

-An interview with Wild Nothing’s Jack Tatum, whose second album “Nocturne” has leaked a month early and is great!  (via Pitchfork)

Ryan McGinley directed a video for Sigur Ros (via Stereogum).

-Don’t fuck with the gays, Chick-Fil-A.  (via Huffington Post).

-RIP Bill Doss of Olivia Tremor Control and Electric 6. (via Spin).

-Follow on Twitter.

What you got?


Video: “The Body Electric” (New Song) live by Lana Del Rey

Posted by The G on June 8, 2012 under G Videos | Comments are off for this article

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Hey Lana-be’s!  Here’s another exclusive video. This is the New York live premiere of Lana Del Rey’s new song “The Body Electric” as performed at Irving Plaza on June 7, 2012!


Review: Lana Del Rey live at Irving Plaza (1st Night)

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Lana Del Rey June 7 2012

Lana Del Rey on June 7, 2012 at Irving Plaza in New York

The last time Lana Del Rey played New York City, she made headlines across the world with a less than perfect performance on the TV show Saturday Night Live.  She had a live performance redemption on June 7, 2012 at Irving Plaza for the first of 3 sold out shows.  Lana-be’s (you’re welcome for that word!) from near and far gathered to watch the self-proclaimed “gangsta Nancy Sinatra” perform songs off her excellent album “Born to Die.”

Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey took the stage at 10 PM after a tortuous set by the rap group Zebra Katz (who were pelted with ice after singing a nearly 15 minute song that repeated “Imma Read Dat Bitch”).   The stage was like a mini jungle as there were trees and plants everywhere!  Del Rey was backed by a 5 piece band that included a mini orchestral section (and no drummer).

Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey

Lana wasted no time making the crowd freak out in delight as she opened with her mega-hit “Blue Jeans.”  The crowd sang along to every word of the song (and nearly every song after).   “The Body Electric” made its New York debut next and a video of that song will be coming soon so stay tuned!  One of the lyrical highlights of that song is “Jesus is my bestest friend.”  She sang the lyric “Let me fuck you hard in the pouring rain” during “Born to Die,” and that got some of the biggest cheers of the night.

Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey

Over the course of the next 45 minutes, you could tell Lana is developing a better stage presence and she was showered with love by her fans.  During many of the songs, fans held their hands out in hopes of Lana touching them and it reminded me of being at a Morrissey concert (and for those wondering, she obliged as often as possible).

Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey

If I were to say something bad about the show (aside from Irving Plaza charging an extra $35 per head for an alleged “VIP section!!!), the downside was that the show only consisted of 10 songs, so many great tracks off “Born to Die” (such as “Radio,” “Off To The Races” and “Diet Mountain Dew”) were not played.  It hardly seemed to matter to the legions of Lana-be’s who waited after the show to catch a glimpse of the goddess leaving the venue.

If you’ll recall, I met Lana Del Rey prior to her album being released, and at that time she was extremely nice.  Now that she’s even more famous, has the fame gone to her head?  The answer and the set list – after the jump.

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Video: “Born To Die” (Explicit Lyrics Version) live by Lana Del Rey

Posted by The G on February 2, 2012 under G Videos | Comments are off for this article

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If you don’t like the FFFF word, don’t watch this video.

If you don’t like Lana Del Rey, don’t watch this video.

I love the FFFF word and I love Lana Del Rey!

So here’s Lana singing “Born to Die” with the line “let me kiss fuck you out in the pouring rain” live in New York from December 5, 2011 at Bowery Ballroom, xclusively on G-TV.  If you like this video, check back on this site daily and tell your friends.  You never know what I’ve got up my sleeve.  Also, for all the LDR haters, please think about this before you spend another second in your cloud of hate – sure Lana is not the best singer on the planet.  But she’s also not the worst.  Pick and choose your battles!  Spread the love, not the hate!


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