Filmed in 2004, as the band toured in support of their album This Island, Who Took The Bomp
offers a rare peek behind the curtain for one of the most important feminist, queer bands in music history.
In contrast to the existing works in the sparse approximation and compressive sensing literature on sparse channel estimation and based on our previous works [13-15], in this work, we proposed a compressive cluster-sparse channel estimation method using block orthogonal matching pursuit algorithm (BOMP
Other popzines, including Greg Shaw's California-based Who Put the Bomp
! (1970-79), remained small-scale, although Lester Bangs, Greil Marcus, and other important pop-music critics were among its contributors.
(1) Ken Emerson, Always Magic in the Air: The Bomp
Sassing about the stage in a feathery cocktail dress, she slays every song, moving seamlessly from the reggae-flavored "Magnificent" to the bomp
of "Pretty Please" to the familiar flow of "1980." When I tell Estelle that I could imagine her music sounding equally at home at a club in London, a house party in Queens or blasting out of the window of my mom's car somewhere in the American Midwest, she is genuinely pleased.
His first single, Bo Diddley, introduced record buyers in 1955 to his signature rhythm - bomp
, bomp bomp
, often summarised as "shave and a haircut, two bits".
And if you're humming right now about putting the "bomp
" in "the bomp
" and the "ram" in the "ram-a-lain-a-ding-dong," I apologize for putting that song in your head.
"He seemed to want to get the card out aggressively ASAP and bomp
! - put it right in his face.
In 1970, Shaw published the first issue of his magazine called Who Put the Bomp
? -- which was soon shortened to just Bomp