The late Dr. Gurrumul Yunupingu possessed one of the most stirring and revered voices Australia ever produced; today we revisit our 2021 conversation with the inimitable artist's collaborator, spokesperson and confidante, Michael Hohnen. ... See MoreSee Less
Daniel Craig’s swan song as James Bond finds 007 in the tropical oasis of Jamaica, retired from the secret service and living far off the grid. When his old CIA pal Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright) tracks him down, Bond is dragged back into action to find a kidnapped scientist and prevent a global catastrophe at the hands of a maniacal villain. No Time To Die is textbook Bond and perhaps the most “classic” of the Daniel Craig entries.
This had such potential, but the inclusion of a 1988 song by The Church brings it down some. A great song, sure, and deserving of many a playlist, but sometimes we have to say ‘Sorry, awesome song, you don’t fit the criteria. I’m gonna give the people some Fireballs, Hard-Ons, Meanies, Nitocris, Fur and The Mark of Cain instead’.