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Check out this Hercules & Love Affair remix of the John Grant's track "Black Belt". John Grant recently released his new album Pale Green Ghosts on Partisan Records. He has a really fascinating story, and his album is gaining some incredible buzz.
Fellow blogger Hunk du Jour will be featuring a Q&A with Israeli musician Ivri Lider beginning at 8AM this morning. Lider was featured in this year's "Out 100" list, and is currently working on an English language album (along with another Hebrew album.)
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Hunk du Jour: To be honest, when I think of middle eastern countries -- the thought of a gay artist not only being accepted, but being so popular isn't something that I would expect. Is there a disconnect between how the world views the middle east (or specifically, Israel) and what daily life is like?
Ivri Lider: Yes. Israel may be in the Middle East, but it is by no means "Middle Eastern." I think peoples' impression of Israel is skewed by the things they see on the news and read in the papers. That's not to say it's a perfect world over here, but things aren't nearly as bad as you might think they are from what gets reported. Culturally and artistically, Israel is much closer to New York and LA than to Baghdad and Tehran. In many ways Israel is even a much more liberal country than America, as we found out when my [American] boyfriend got a visa as my partner.
Britain's boy sorcerer, Daniel Radcliffe, is featured on the cover of the August 2007 issue of Details magazine. Inside, he speaks to growing from boy to man, fame, getting naked on stage, and of "his newfound desire to demonstrate his virility and bankability to the movie industry."
With both Harry Potter and Equus coming to an end, the new grown-up Dirty Harry Hairy will next be playing the role of 'Maps', one of four Australian orphans competing for the attention of the same family in December Boys, a Rod Hardy film set for release in September. Until then, you can meet the "man" behind the wand in this interview and video for Details.
I had the pleasure of working with Josh Duhamel a couple of years ago at my last job. And believe me, it was a pleasure. It's just too bad he didn't realize it was. lol ;) At any rate, I'm so looking forward to this summer's Transformers with...none-other-than...Josh Duhamel. Aside from the fast-paced action and special effects, he's reason enough to go. You can watch the preview in the left-side bar.