How long did it take for the internet to start making Adam Yauch hologram jokes? Oh, about 30 seconds. Here's a random assortment of people who probably thought they had an original thought.
After Sunday night’s Tupac Shakur holla-gram at Coachella, we still have glowing dead rock and rap stars on the brain (plus, we’re still out here in Indio and there’s not much to do after the bands leave beyond getting drunk at the Beer Hunter down the street). Yesterday we asked via the Phoenix Facebook profile what defunct bands should headline Coachella 2013 with the help of the same 3-D technology that resurrected Tupac.
The first salvo from the M.I.A.camp has finally emerged: after a blimp
over Coachella proclaimed the imminent arrival of her
as-yet-untitled album (due out on June 29th), we now have a released track which
may or may not show up on said album. If you were expecting a dance-tastic
mish-mash of world music styles and hiccup-y rap hooks, then you are.