November 29, 2009
Hip-Hop, Music, Reviews
Del, Del The Funky Homosapien, Deltron 3030, Hip-Hop, hiphop, music, rap, review, Reviews
Del took eight years to give us a new album after Deltron 3030. Since the release of his new album he’s been pumping them out on a pretty regular basis. He was stock piling or holding out on us or something. Most of these releases have come for free on his website. This new one “Automatik Statik” was another web site download, but this time instead of just giving it away you had to make a donation, which is an even better idea. You can get the new Del album for as little as $3! As far as the album itself it’s what you’d come to expect from Del. The beats are fun and interesting for the most part, his flow is great as always, we’ve got eleven new Del songs that fit nicely into his catalog, no throw away stuff here. Head on over to Del’s spot on the web and get this.
3.For those who know
4.Weapon x Militant
8.I Got Whut U Need
9.Make An Ass of Urself
10.Sheen and Glow
Get it from Del HERE
November 29, 2009
havoc, Hip-Hop, hiphop, label, Masta Killa, mf doom, nature sounds records, R.A. The Rugged Man, rap
Name: Nature Sounds Records
Lifespan: 2003 – Present
Web Site: http://www.nature-sounds.net/
Notable Releases/Bands: MF Doom, Havoc, Masta Killa, R.A. The Rugged Man
While they haven’t been around for a very long time they’ve made a pretty good impact on hip-hop. Starting out in 2003 with their first release being one of MF Doom’s you knew they were onto something good. Since then they’ve continued to release good material and doesn’t look like they’ll be slowing down anytime soon.
November 25, 2009
Action, Comedy, Movies/Shows, Reviews
Action, blaxploitation, comedy, movie, review, Reviews, scott sanders
Scott Sanders directs this 70’s Blaxploitation throw back. This is one of the best movies I’ve seen all year, it captures everything that was great about those movies, it even has some washed out film scenes and obvious mistakes spread throughout the movie. Hilarious and highly entertaining, not to mention a killer soundtrack that’s catered to every scene. You have to see this movie.
Get Black Dynamite from Amazon HERE
November 24, 2009
Hardcore Punk, Music, Pop Punk, Punk, Reviews
brokedowns, Copyrights, Dopamines, Gorilla, laser eyes, music, No Idea Records, pop punk, poppunk, punk, records, review, Reviews
On the cover a gorilla with laser eyes, you know something cool is inside. No Idea Records brings us a split from the Copyrights and Brokedowns. First lets look at the Brokedowns side, I don’t care for these guys. The first song isn’t good and it gets worse as it goes on, but for the first half of the song it wasn’t so bad I wasn’t willing to give them a second chance so I listened on. My first realization was the choice to go on was a mistake. As I listened to the Brokedowns song I debated whether it was too far across the room to go lift the needle off the record and spar me further despair. Luckily you can flip this record over and on the other side the Copyrights have a couple songs. The first song totally sounds like a Dopamines song, and that’s not a bad thing at all. The second song kind of has the same Dopamines type sound but with more Copyrights in it. Both songs are well worth the price of admission for this split.
The Copyrights – I’d Probably Rather Die Or Something
The Copyrights – Get Got
Brokedowns – A People’s History Of The Ironic Haircut
Brokedowns – Friendship? Again?
Get it from No Idea Records HERE
Get The Copyrights & The Brokedowns from Amazon HERE