Following the untimely death of actor Verne Troyer, we resurface James Gilmore's interview with the star from 2015
Before Verne Troyer made his name as ‘Mini Me’ in the 1999 hit film ‘Austin Powers’, he was a well-known stunt double. Due to his height, he was in the unique position of being able to stunt for small children, for example in the 1994 film ‘Baby’s Day Out’ when he played the stunt double for one of the baby’s.
Following his sad, untimely death, many people are remembering him for his parts in the likes of ‘Austin Powers’ as well as ‘How the Grinch Stole Christmas’, ‘Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone’ and, even, ‘Keith Lemon: The Movie’ - however, W!ZARD Radio Station founder and presenter James Gilmore is in the unique position of having interviewed him in 2015.
Verne was starring in a low-budget film called ‘Convenience’ about two “idiots” who try to rob a convenience store, but ultimately end up working there. To…
DVICIO are a Spanish boyband that has everything it takes to blow up... here's why Lalo Montes thinks you need to know them!
Forming in 2009 – under the name “Tiempo Límite” – DVICIO is formed of Andrés, Martín, Nacho, Alberto and Luis.
They first blew up online when their cover of David Guetta and Sia’s ‘Titanium’ which led to their record deal and debut single, ‘Paraiso’ in 2014 which then also blew up when McDonald’s staff in Spain performed the song in a flash mob!
Having also performed at the Latin Grammy’s in 2016 and toured around Latin America – including Mexico, Argentina and Chile – their latest album, ‘Qué Tienes Tí’ came out in April 2017… but we’re still obsessed with them!
Lalo Montes selected DVICIO as his “You Need To Know” on his show this week – find out why by listening to the clip!
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We take you on a guided tour of the best, the good, and the quite good's of the week
It’s an in-ZAYN week for new music, as Zayn Malik releases his first new song since 2017 Sia-collaboration ‘Dusk Till Dawn’. The waiting has kind of paid off with new song ‘Let Me’ which sees many a high note.
Featured Song: ZAYN – Let Me
Let’s be honest, as much as you loved hearing ‘Dusk Till Dawn last year, it all got a bit much and the song was overplayed. It was good, but it wasn’t ama-ZAYN was it?! In ‘Let Me’, ZAYN tries to recapture some of the magic that was left on the ‘Mind of Mine’ album, and he does so with some success.
The song is staple ZAYN in that it’s an R&B-pop cross-over with plenty of high notes, a cool beat and good lyrics. But, is it ‘PILLOWTALK’? IS IT?! Because we don’t think it is. On ZAYN’s last album there was a……
Alec’s new "political movement" exclusively for the young has gone a bit wrong… already.
It’s a tough time to be young at the moment.
We’re the generation who are more stressed than ever before, with more debt than ever before, and with less chance of being able to afford nice things than ever before. And that’s before you even mention Brexit.
But Alec Feldman didn’t want it to be this way. He thought that there must be an alternative. We can either work together with all groups in society to create the future we all want – or we can turn on the old people who made this mess in the first place. No prizes for guessing which he picked.
Alec decided he wanted to found a new political party – but unlike the dozens of “centrist” parties that have been founded on Twitter and promptly fizzled out, Alec’s new party is something different – it’s run by the young, for…