If you weren't already amped for the second installment of Action Bronson's 'Blue Chips'
with beatmaker Party Supplies, this Rik Cordero-directed trailer for the b-ball-caper-themed "mixtape" will definitely get you there!
Get ready for your nuts to be in your mother's mouth soon though, 'cause Bronsolino and Party Supplies are set to drop 'Blue Chips 2' on your face on November 1st, which is just a few short days away!
Do the right thing, huh? The right thing?
I don't care what you think about the 'Paranormal Activity'
series, or the "found footage" pehenomenon, I am fucking psyched for 'Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones'
Admittedly, I thought the first flick was stupid and its characters annoying, but as the "mythology" of the series has grown with each release (particularly the outstanding third entry) I've dug the series more and more.
More than that, as a resident of a city with a predominantly Latin population I have long awaited the day that their underground religious traditions, botanicas and all, would make it into a horror flick.
This looks like it's gonna be the first film to really tackle any of that, even in a cursory sort of fashion, and I can barely wait to see it when it hits in January 2014!
'Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones'
I had the opportunity to shoot one of these badboys a few weeks back at a function put on by my current employer.
Yeah, my current corporate identity is a flunky for one of biggest firearm manufacturers in the world, what of it?
Anyway, Smith & Wesson's AR-15-style M&P15-22 semi-automatic .22 LR rifle is quite literally a joy
I decided right then and there that I want one so I can take it to the range and pop some shots now and then.
Smith & Wesson M&P15-22 .22 LR
This looks goddamn incredible!
Director Adrian Garcia Bogliano's '70s-style, Satanic, psycho-sexual, blood-and-fuck-flick 'Here Comes the Devil'
hits theatres and VOD on December 13th.
Whatever you do, do NOT
watch this trailer any where NEAR
'Here Comes the Devil' @ MAGNET Releasing
Odd Future impresario Tyler, The Creator is back with "Tamale", another entry in a seemingly endless list of visually arresting clips to accompany his unique songcraft.
It helps that "Tamale" and "Answer", the two tracks served up here are some of the catchiest and heartfelt tunes on his outstanding 'Wolf'
LP, which is still in stores now.
Ben Pearce's "What I Might Do" was the opening cut on my last House mix
It's a certified banger.
This is actually the second video for the track.
The first looked a lot more like the record sounds.
This one looks a lot more like how you feel when the record come on.
DJ/emcee extraordinaire Edan gets busy with a mic, two turntables and a pair of Poets of Rhythm doubles to promote 'The Poets of Rhythm Anthology: 1992-2003'
, out now on Daptone Records.
Both Edan and the Poets of Rhythm are old Urban Alternatives dandies and I've been lucky enough to see Edan pull his rapping while cutting and scratching schtick live on several occasions.
The Poets of Rhythm are indeed funky as fuck, and Edan might be one of the best live performers, not to mention DJs, I've ever seen in my life, so cop the Anthology and catch Edan live some time.