Sunday
Jan012012

Spanish 101

This is a clip from the tv show Community.  Danny Pudi and Donald Glover bust mad rhymes as Abed and Troy.  Check the subtitles.

Saturday
Dec312011

Top 5 for 2011: The Captain 666

After making an amazing mix (#23) for us, and celebrating 5 years of his label (Trouble and Bass) we asked the Captain 666 to do a top 5 list for us.  He decided to stay away from music and movies and went for this instead.

Top 5 Retro porn stars I found on Tumblr:

Traci Lords

Marilyn Jess

Shauna Grant

Anita Blonde

Lisa De Leeuw

Friday
Dec302011

Top 5 for 2011: Dan Orchard of DO Photos

 

Our good pal, super supporter, photomaster and generally awesome dude Danial Orchard of DO Photos has dropped us a few of HIS favorites for 2011.  Gather round!  But FIRST, check him out on TWITTER and FACEBOOK

Here we go:

1. Lucky Date - Ho's & Disco (Space Laces Remix)

Lucky Date - Ho's & Disco's (Space Laces Remix) by Lucky Date

2. James Egbert - Black Hawk

James Egbert Releases by James Egbert

3. Koan Sound - Talkbox (Kill the Noise remix)

KOAN Sound - Talk Box (Kill The Noise Remix) by killthenoise

4. ChPsMks - Bloody Tears

Bloody Tears [FREE DOWNLOAD] by CHPSMKS

5. Shockone - Relapse (Tantrum Desire remix)

ShockOne - Relapse (Tantrum Desire Remix) by Viper Recordings

 

We also asked Dan what the top 5 best shows were that he photographed this year! 

1. WEMF

2. Bassfest MTL 

3. Skrillex @ Koolhaus

4. Figure @ APK Live

5. Steve Aoki @ The Kee

 

 

Keep an eye out for big things from this man in 2012!

Friday
Dec302011

Wilhelm Scream goes Moombahton

This haunting song called "Wilhelm Scream" by James Blake has gotten the moombahton remix treatment courtesy of Cousin Culo and Cousin Cole.  You'll love it.  Special thanks to Marcus Dowling for giving us the heads up on this one.

Thursday
Dec292011

Cardinal Sin

This is 'Cardinal Sin' by the much talked about artist Banksy.  Unlike so much of his work which is created and ultimately displayed in public; this piece was recently unveiled in the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool.  It's been met with much debate and criticism over the intended message, what do you think?