Since its inception, the popularity of iGaming kept on increasing constantly. More people than ever before decide to pursue this lifestyle, contributing to its increasing references in pop culture. Nowadays, gambling is a big part of our culture, and you can find it everywhere, from music to movies and even video games. We’ll take a look at the pop culture presence of it, in this article.
Nashville based rock band The Criticals was formed last year, 2018. by Parker Forbes and Cole Shugart. The duo take their influence from the Rolling Stones, The Strokes and The Libertines, and their music therefore combines vintage sensibilities with a modern sound. Latest single, ‘Treat Ya Better’, is an excellent example of this.
Hunt Sales has grown up in show business. He’s the son of legendary comedian and actor, Soupy Sales, and he’s played drums on stage since he was a teenager. He’s collaborated with the likes of Iggy Pop – he played drums on ‘Lust For Life’, and Todd Rundgren’s Top 20 classic, ‘We Gotta Get You A Woman’. He’s played with Bootsy Collins, and was one of the founding members of 80s experimental band, Tin Machine, which was fronted by David Bowie.
We’ve covered other singles from David Haerle’s debut, ‘Garden Of Edendale’, with its spirited presence and clearly accomplished style. And so the Los Angeles based artist returns with his newest release, ‘Glendale’, with a video shot at the legendary Sunset Studios, in Hollywood, the same recording studios which have been used by Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, and Prince, among others.
Many in attendance at Croke Park, Dublin, on Thursday May 17 could well have gone with the lyrics ringing in their ears of The Rolling Stones 1965 classic, ‘The Last Time’. Thankfully however the veteran rockers proved they have more than enough stamina, as they played the first show in their mammoth #NoFilter European tour.