Tag Archives: Noddy Holder

Dancing Queen and the End of Popular Music

By | July 30, 2006

The other night, as I lay sweating in my mum’s flat in boiling England in the early hours, a crowd of 20 somethings spilled out of a nearby club. The usual hubbub of indistinct chatter ensued as they prepared to disperse. Then the females (I assume; I couldn’t actually see anything) started singing something together, and, gradually the… Read More »

The Air Guitar

By | November 30, 2005

There’s only one thing worse than air guitarists and that’s people who make fun of air guitarists. It’s a hallowed tradition going back to Jagger, Bowie and Noddy Holder. And now it’s technically feasible, thanks to the Finns who have made air guitarists’ rock dreams come true: The Virtual Air Guitar project, developed at the Helsinki University of… Read More »