I sit here in the most miserable state I've ever found myself in watching the two current loves of my life sleep it out deeply. I'm watching Josh Homme slowly groove it out on his menacing guitar, swaying slowly as he does some easy what's-its with his fingers (or at least he makes it look easy). His head is all shaved and this is different from how I was always used to him. To me, he was always the living Elvis Presley, Dillon Francis with talent, Ty Segall's older brother. I find myself pulling deep out of the depressing funk I've been in all month, having had no earth-shattering opinions for a while just to say this to myself: Yo, Pop is good.
Rubber takes on a new life when it’s performed live, specifically the Rooftop Session version filmed by Billboa...
Wednesday, April 8, 2015
Tuesday, October 7, 2014
I don't really know much about Ebola and the current outbreak, which is surprising now that I think about it considering that I've been listening to nothing in the car but the BBC coverage on it. Can't let this Russel Brand dude outshine me in the knowledge department.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Thursday, August 28, 2014
I'm not so sure how many of you are dying to gain knowledge on the NorKor but you should anyway because overabundant insight into Asian culture is well known to be a common turn on amongst the female kind.
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Hahahahahahaha. I can't stop laughing at Redman's softened hair in this video. Still though, he does deliver the best weed-centric reiteration of a song I've seen since Azizi Gibson's version of Bag Lady.
Sunday, August 24, 2014
Sometimes you just encounter one of those mixes that you can't seem to pinpoint the magic it has over you. By no means am I new to Dubtech/Deeptech but this mix is a special charm for today. Hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I am right now.
Tuesday, August 5, 2014
What can a Summer Pop-Corn flick like this year's Godzilla teach the young and, relatively, perceptive inward mind? Well, quickly put into an answer: I think the western world is pretty ripe for the new round of scientific surge- and all the destruction that comes with it. Please do keep in mind that both I and the makers of the film go on to include Japan in this ideal futuristic world that Godzilla is attempting to roar into existence. The titular monster- Godzilla, or rather 'Gojira', has reared its bear/cat-like head to absolve everyone of their sins and exact hard nuclear ass-beating on.... other nuclear-reliant creatures of a similar kind. But not really. It's going to be hard to not sound Anti-'Murica in this post but trust me when I say that I'm trying really hard to balance out exactly what I'm seeing in this movie. Also keep in mind I've only had the pleasure of watching a handful of the original Toho films.