Friday, April 20, 2012

Weekly Song Post: 'You're Mine' by Devin (2011)

I'm back with the weekly song post, and this weeks goes to Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Devin and his song You're Mine. Devin Therriault is a New York musician who started out circa 2009 by creating songs in pro-tools and playing all the instruments and singing all of the vocals. He later formed a band called Devin and the Little Angels. You're Mine is a track off of his EP of the same title, which was released on November 15th, 2011. If you like what you hear then be sure to head over to the band website HERE, or the artist LastFm page HERE.

DJ Akhu's Movie Reviews: Resident Evil: Afterlife (2010)

Director: Paul W.S. Anderson
Rating: 6.6/10 Stars ******'
I finally caught the whole thing on one of the movie channels tonight, and my what an attractive cast, which really is what makes the movie worth watching at all (Obviously Jovovich). Alice continues her quest through post-apocalyptic world trying to find a rumoured safe-haven, and on her journey she meets up with some companions as well as close encounters with zombies and super-zombies, and it that is your thing you will dig it, nuff said. I'm already looking forward to the latest one from this year!

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Weekly Song Reviews: 'We Have A Visual (Disco Unterhaag) by Polygon Palace (2011)

Back to the weekly song reviews, DJ Purple Sneakers here, and today I have Melbourne-based electro duo Polygon Palace and their song We Have A Visual (Disco Unterhaag). Polygon Palace consists Londoner, Adam Ferns and New Zealander, Gabriel Crossan who (according to their Last FM bio) met up at the 'The Polygon Palace Of Time Adventure ($5 Wednesdays), when both decided to go for the ‘Super Saver Spin’. They have become a regular set at the Melbourne underground/warehouse party scene. We Have A Visual was released on their 2011 EP of the same title, and you can find it there. For more info and music head to their Facebook page HERE, or their LastFM page HERE, enjoy the rad video!

Sneaks' Movie Reviews: 'Ghoulies' (1985)

Movie: Ghoulies (1985)
 Luca Bercovici
Sneaks' Rating
: 4.5/10 Stars ****'
Ghoulies (1985) really is a b-movie sort of 80s horror flick, although its hardly horror in my opinion. A satanic cult leader dies, and his son lives on to inherit his father's mansion, unaware of his father's history he unwittingly falls under the influence of evil spirits and begins raising them from the other side, namely the little slime covered monsters (ghoulies) and then eventually he raises the spirit of his deceased father who then wreaks havoc on the group of people visiting their mansion. A good 80s Halloween flick to watch if you are just looking for cheesy-horror and nothing that could actually be considered scary. And ponder this, they made 3 sequels, and I will post reviews for the next 2 at least.

Thursday, April 5, 2012

Sneak's Movie Reviews: 'How to Murder Your Wife' (1965)

Movie: How To Murder Your Wife (1965)
Director: Richard Quine
My Rating: 7/10 Stars *******

Another funny Jack Lemmon 60's era romantic comedy, and don't be fooled by the title, its really not as bad as it sounds. Lemmon is a successful bachelor and comic-strip writer in NYC, but he wakes up one morning to find he married a Italian beauty whilst drunk at a bachelor party, and I won't ruin the rest, watch it.

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Song Post of the Week: 'Open Heart Surgery' by Beth Ditto (2011)

This week's feature song is Open Heart Surgery, by American singer-songwriter Beth Ditto. Beth Ditto (Mary Beth Patterson) is based out of Portland, Oregon, USA (originally from Searcy, Arkansas, USA) and is most well known for her work with indie-rock group Gossip. Open Heart Surgery comes off of her 2011 debut solo and self-titled EP. If you like what you've  heard then check out her MySpace page HERE, as well as the the Gossip MySpace page HERE.

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