Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Didn't think I would ever see this on live TV. Amazing. They sound awesome...Hopefully one more Wu-Tang album. The Man with the Irons Fists soundtrack is awesome but Wu-Tang have one more awesome album before their 20th anniversary. Sadly no Method Man.
Saturday, October 20, 2012
RZA has essembled an all-star soundtrack for his first foray into directing, the kung-fu epic The Man with the Iron Fists. It is a surprisingly strong soundtrack featuring the likes of Kanye West, the Wu-Tang Clan, Talib Kweli, Ghostface Killah, Pusha T, Raekwon, Pharoahe Monchand RZA himself, who along with producing the soundtrack and MCing, directing the film, also stars as the title character in the film. Ghostface sounds especially fierce here, invigorated and pissed off, and in a few months time he will release a new album with RZA also serving as Executive Producer so after a few weaker albums its exciting to think we may have another Ghostface classic in front of us. Below is the red band trailer.
Thursday, October 18, 2012
Thursday, October 11, 2012
The new double-CD compilation Rework: Philip Glass Remixed, put together by Glass and Beck, has a ton of indie stars remixing pieces from the experimental music legend. Dan Deacon, Tyondai Braxton, Memory Tapes, Cornelius, Pantha Du Prince, and many others contribute, and Beck himself has turned in the 21-minute “NYC: 73-78,” which stitches together and reworks a number of different Glass pieces.
Monday, October 8, 2012
Friday, October 5, 2012
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Tragically this played last night while Obama and Romney pretended to represent something different from one another, while pandering to the sheeple with lies and talk of how they will improve the economy while they both plan on continuing to expand the military around the world and police forces at home, guaranteeing a future of chaos and terrorism for all people around the world no matter what the country. There will never be another man like Lincoln but luckily he and the founding father's have left the constitution behind as their legacy in which the people of the US can lawfully take back their country and secure a prosperous future for all man kind by eliminating the military industrial complex and jailing and outlawing the banksters and the corruption enabled by the fractal reserve banking system.
Click on the link to listen to Exile on Broadway on SoundCloud by Trash Talk. They release their first album, titled 119, next Tuesday (Oct. 9th) and if this song and their first EP are any indication this album is going to be awesome. If your lucky enough to live in Southern California they are playing a free show at their house on Saturday at noon.