Sunday, July 27, 2008

Black Hell Breaks Loose..

"Willie Evans, Jr., what up dummy? 210lbs kinda chunky.."

Gaseous Planets -

Tuesday, July 22, 2008


This is the most beautiful thing I've seen all day.

“Love is much like a wild rose, beautiful and calm, but willing to draw blood in its defense.” - Mark Overby


Monday, July 21, 2008

Dear Science,

No contest...this is the best news of the day in what has been a dreadfully long Monday. As reported by Pitchfork, TV on the Radio have announced the title and release date of their new album!!! The highly-anticipated follow-up to Return to Cookie Mountain (i.e. my personal choice as album of the year in 2006) is titled "Dear Science," and is due out September 23rd. Sooner than I would have expected. This just makes my day. The TVOTR boys have lined up some live dates for September as well, but it's a small little thing and A-Town isn't on tap. I'm not worried. With a new album, I'm confident they'll embark on a much larger tour in the months to come.

Here's a discography Torrent for those who've been asleep.

Sunday, July 20, 2008

...Yes Yes Ya'll...

Fortunately, while it might be a slow day for hoes in chokers, it seems to be a busy day for me. I've been asking peeps if they'd seen a rip from One Day as a Lion, the new project by Rage Against the Machine frontman Zach De La Rocha, and they hadn’t, so I searched for a rip like my balls were on the line to fin this EP that comes out Tuesday, but also hit the scene a couple of days ago. I think this release really flew under the radar because no one had heard of One Day as a Lion, just kind of because of the sudden-ness of the release. The single hit radio this week, the EP comes out next week, it’s just kind of fast. I was a big fan of Rage Against the Machine, so this is something, that although I was not expecting, I’m looking forward to checking out.

One Day As A Lion is the creation of musical comrades Zack De La Rocha & Jon Theodore. This is music about space - the space between friends and collaborators where ideas form; the space in a song where the tension builds waiting for the next wave of sound; the space in the corners of the recording studio (Sinatra’s old room at Ocean Way) where the sound gathers to fade and die. One Day As A Lion worked hard to capture that space on tape, unadulterated, unmolested, from heart to hand to skins to mics to tape to speaker to ear. The result, someone said, sounds like Led Zep meets Dr. Dre.

The Watchmen Movie

One of the dopest comics I've ever read is going to the silver screen. I'm fucking boosted and believe me this is gonna be the shit!!! My favorite character from this story is Rorschach (he's the dood throwing the fire bomb through the store window at 1:10 into the trailer. He's also the dood with can of Raid and the book of matches torching the room down at 0:51).

Monday, July 14, 2008

What in the Hell?

Once you get pass the the shock factor of "Jerome" this clip is F'N hilarious...does he scream "rock on" right before he crashes into those two people?

Sunday, July 13, 2008

Disorder vs. Hal 9000

Schnappp!!! Recently, NetFlix blessed me with the movie Control ( that features the life and times of the lead singer/songwriter for Joy Division, Ian Curtis. This is probably one of the best biopics I've ever seen. Sam Riley definitely played the part of Ian Curtis to the f'n "T".Even though Curtis's life is one of tragedy, this movie, traces the roots of the creators of the post-punk movement from their start in 1977 to Curti's death in 1980. The acting during the movie made me feel like I was watching a documentary more so than watching an actual movie because the songs (all sung by the actors) and the portrayals made me feel like these were the actual members of the band. Anyway, see for yourself and thank me later.

Peep the video below. It is a combination of two of my favorite things : 2001: A Space Odyssey and Joy Division's "Disorder".

Vast Aire - Deuces Wild


1.) You Know (produced by Lee Parasite)
2.) T.V. Land (produced by Melodius Monk)
3.) Take Two (produced by Melodius Monk)
4. The Dynamic Duo f/Gecchi Suede of Camp Lo (produced by Aspet One)
5.) Give Me That Mic f/Copywrite (produced by Rocktight)
6.) Mecca And The Ox f/Vordul Mega (produced by Pete Rock)
7.) Back 2 Basics” (produced by Melodius Monk)
8.) Lunchroom Rap (It’s Nothing) (produced by Oh No)
9.) When Starz Fall f/Double A.B., Thanos, Swave Sevah & Karniege (produced by DJ Priority Musik)
10.) The Crush (produced by Falside)
11.) Shu (The God of Aire) (produced by Thanos)
12.) Graveyard Shift f/Genesis (produced by Melodius Monk)
13.) The Man Without Fear (produced by Melodius Monk)

Aiight I dug this album pretty much since I've had it on my I pod. Tracks that stick out are "Give Me That Mic", "The Crush", "Graveyard Shift", and "The Man Without Fear". If you are a fan of slick rhymes and FanDam subject matter like the Cold Vein this is for you.

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Metal Gear!!!

Aiight my new challenge in video game cinema, Metal Gear. Just copped the Metal Gear Solid 4 the other day and have to say that I am so blown away that I have not even gotten a chance to play the game due to the open cinematic scenes. Peep these videos (even though the first one is from Sons of Liberty)...Fantastic Damage!!!

Saturday, July 5, 2008

New Nas album

New Nas...(its a little popcorn though)