Out magazines February 2007 issue celebrates the best of the beachin particular the beautiful boys of Brazil and the tortured history of the Speedo. You can still get all hot and bothered, even while its still cold outsidejust pick up a copy of the issue, get into your Speedo, and pop on this beach mix featuring the Go-Gos, Hot Chip, Jay-Z, Morrissey, Dido, the Ramones, John Digweed, and many more (but no Beach Boys!).
A Date with the Trashmeister
John Waterss take on romance is bound to be an unusual one (witness this line from Pink Flamingos: Oh, I love you, Raymond. Oh, God, I love you more than the sound of bones breaking, the sound of the death rattle). Until the A Date with John Waters CD makes its way to iTunes (you reading this, iTunes?!), wed like to remind you of some great tracks that have appeared in Waterss films Pecker, Serial Mom, Hairspray, and Cecil B. Demented. Read about Waterss thoughts on love in the February issue of Out magazine.
Loud and Proud
This selection of new and notable tracks comes from the Out magazine music reviews of Sondre Lerche, Erin McKeown, and Lady Sovereign in the February 2007 issue, a track from the recently departed James Brown, a few new mixes from Matisyahu, Christina Aguilera, and the original Dreamgirls cast, Morrissey, a thumping Bollywood dance track, a remix from Bloc Party, whose lead singer, Kele Okereke, just came out, and more. Hear it here first!