As the British nation prepares to vote in the EU referendum, cult hit Eurotrash returns with an édition spéciale to remind us of the many, varied and occasionally alarming cultural delights enjoyed by our European cousins. At a time when we are deciding whether to either break up with or embrace the EU, the eternally debonair Antoine de Caunes and Jean Paul Gaultier return with some rudity and nudity to remind us - their straight laced British chums - of some of the best, worst and weirdest things that Europe has offered us over the years.
Produced & engineered by none other than the highly skilled and renowned duo team of Kurt Maas & Dave Rave Ogilvie, this new album invites you to open up and enjoy these new “ZBM” tunes going from catchy dance pop songs to harsher somber distorted tracks. Boosted by dancefloor guru Lawrie Bayldon (STUDIO-X)’s mastering skills, the electrifying “Killer Queen” shakes your stereo system to the max with ZOMBIE GIRL’s characteristic heavy vibrating basslines, addictive kinky grooves and that soooo unique hypnotizing female voice that keeps haunting you days and nights. The album comes in a deluxe 2CD carton box edition with a bonus disc including an exclusive collaboration with HELALYN FLOWERS (and guest backing vocals by n0emi) and other remix work by an eclectic selection of artists in the like of PSY’AVIAH, ACYLUM, SIMON CARTER, VENAL FLESH, LLUMEN, PAX SONO, AVARICE IN AUDIO, EEXXEE, CARDINAL NOIRE, BLACK NAIL CABARET…
Have you ever wondered how various items are made? Are you fascinated with how things are constructed? Do you want to see step by step construction of your favorite items? These were the questions that were answered by the amazingly popular show How It's Made. They took their cameras into every manufacturer and assembly line to find out and film exactly how an object is created from the first piece to the finishing touch. In this Edition, Two iconic Porsches are built.
Discovery Channel’s flagship science magazine with hosts Ziya Tong and Dan Riskin continues to explore the latest science behind the headlines and the coolest scientific developments that impact our lives in every way. Daily Planet ushers in 2016 by keeping pace with the technology trends to come with “Future Tech Week”, We kick off the year in a big way with the very latest in tech across the world. Our hosts are on-location at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) to show us what 2016 has in store.