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For a long time, and by long time, I really meant for almost 4 years, I have been listening to the Daft Punk’s music, even when I didn’t realize it. I’ll admit the first time I ever heard Daft Punk is when I played the game DJ Hero and heard a few of their mixes and once I had a taste of their music, I was hooked. I listened to their albums Homework, Discovery, Human After All, even the live albums and remix albums (which were okay and still…Continue
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Joel and Ethan Coen are two of the most accomplished filmmakers in the industry. But more than that, they are master storytellers. This is the reason that even when the trailers for their new films aren't terribly exciting, I still find myself greatly anticipating each and every upcoming project of theirs. Such is the case…Continue
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Hello, this is MAK2.0 aka The Hybrid with this one opinion. The one thing that I feel that gets people into an anime is in fact, the music. I believe that music can either enhance the anime that we’re watching but sometimes it can do that but the anime itself will leave you hanging out to dry or…Continue
Added by MAK2.0 (The Hybrid) on May 1, 2013 at 8:00pm — No Comments
Hello fellow spillios! Its ThisBadassDragon here with something special for you lovely people!
After months and months of testing and equipment purchases, I'm proud to announce that me and my friends have created a new podcast for music listeners to enjoy.
Internet Mixtape is a show where me and three of my closest friends come together and pick out a few songs we've heard during the week and play theme for us to hear. Either if we like it or not the shows all about…Continue
Added by This Badass Dragon on April 12, 2013 at 9:48pm — No Comments
Chicago Examiner cd review: Billy Jones Bluez - I'm A Bluesman
Listen Now! ...new cd ...I'm A Bluesman
French Blues Magazine cd review:…Continue
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In Episode 53 of Straight Outta Austin! we are proud to be joined by Tito Sopena (Bass) and Jonathan Baugh (Drums) of O Conqueror! We get some insight into the formation of the band, some of their most memorable shows and experiences and what we can expect to hear from them in the future.
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Originally Posted 3/4/13
One usually hopes that a song is great from beginning to end, but more often than not, certain parts are better than the whole thing. For me, if there's any part of a song that has to be good, it's the ending. (From my point of view, a good ending makes the whole song worth listening to.) Here are some great songs that happen to have fantastic endings. …
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Rating-Better Than Sex!!! What can be said about Ridley Scott's Alien that hasn't been said? It is undoubtedly one of the best films ever made for many, many reasons, and is the very definition of a classic. Alien takes place in the future, the commercial ship Nostromo picks up a…Continue
Added by Peter Anders on January 17, 2013 at 2:30pm — No Comments
Just when you thought Pixar had the market cornered on adorable concepts for animated films, here comes Dreamworks with 'Turbo.' It's the story of a snail who dreams of winning the Indianapolis 500. The squishy underdog, voiced by Ryan Reynolds, is suddenly endowed with super speed that makes his dream a little more…Continue
One of my favorite aspects of 'Django Unchained' is its eclectic soundtrack. This is unsurprising, as all of Quentin Tarantino's movies tend to express his obsession with underground and obscure music as much as his affinity for niche cinema. The 'Django' soundtrack features artists ranging from Ennio…Continue
Finally back with a new episode. On this episode I review New Horizons by Flyleaf and The Dethalbum III by Dethklok.
Added by Tyler Comstock on November 6, 2012 at 9:19pm — No Comments