Few protest songs have made such an impact on me when it comes to protest songs that doesn’t deal with racism such as Bob Dylans “Masters of War” from 1963. He takes a real stab at the military industrial complex that President Eisenhower warned about in his famous speech in 1961. He doesn’t hold any punches, and I love his harsh tone, especially in the last verse:
This show is right up my alley, since I’m a sucker for things that have been made seriously, and then it just crashes and burn. This is extremely entertaining with a lot of stop-motion and a Spiderman running on an apparent floor, but we are supposed to think it’s walls or ceiling. Kids toys are we supposed to believe are real working robots or vehicles. Just awesome!
My favourite place to hang out when it comes to movies is on Letterboxd, here you can find a lot of things you wanna watch, follow people with the same taste as yourself and ofcourse comment and write your own reviews. ImDb is ofcourse the biggest one, but you get more of a social community […]
The Alien in the Freezer case (or should we call it The Muppet in the Freezer) was an alleged encounter with an extraterrestrial being fabricated by John Bradley Rutter, going under the alternate identity “Dr. Johnathan Reed”. The story became popular across the UFO and alien research community for many years, but was ultimately exposed as hoax. Dr. Jonathan Reed […]
I’m about 100% sure these are the same morons that skipped science in school, because “who needs it” or “the words in the bible is enough”. Just to prove my point, dumbass sarahmojo on TikTok first holds the melting snow above an electric hairdryer, because we all know that’s smart. I’m guessing she also sits […]
I would love to be in an open field either somewhere in at an ancient native territory in the U.S or deep into the jungle of Amazonas and having this on the highest volume on the biggest speakers you can think of. Immediately when the track starts out you’re just right there and then it keeps building up and when the crescendo at the end hits, you feel euphoric … almost like an out of body experience (not that I have ever had one).
So, tell me again why you think everone should be allowed to vote? 😂😂😂
“Breathe Me” is the lead single from Sia’s third studio album Colour the Small One. It’s a sad, orchestral ballad about being in depression and needing a friend for comfort. It was introduced to me at the series endings of HBO’s amazing five season Six Feet Under. It always get me in an extreme melancholic mode, thinking about life & death, what’s the point of everything (if any), how we don’t really appreciate friends and family until it’s too late.
ON an evening in late February at a club here called the Monkey House, there was a family reunion of sorts. As the band Rough Francis roared through a set of anthemic punk rock, Bobby Hackney leaned against the bar and beamed. Three of his sons Bobby Jr., Julian and Urian are in […]
The 10th of November marked the anniversary of Kristallnacht, The Night of Broken Glass, when Nazi Germany carried out a pogrom against Jewish-owned businesses, homes, schools and hospitals at the start of the Holocaust. Aside from the shattered storefronts and buildings, people were burned, and 30,000 Jews were carted off to concentration camps. Of course yesterday also […]
This post is mainly for those new to the genre or rather concept of Northern Soul. Those that already know can find a couple of documentaries to watch or to download the book “Northern Soul: Music, drugs and subcultural identity” as a pdf further down this on the side. I Loooooooove Northern Soul, the cheer […]
This is a legendary book about the Top 500 Northern Soul records. Unfortunately I don’t have a copy myself but hopefully will find one somewhere since it’s now out of print. The playlist with the 500 tracks never gets boring, it goes on repeat pretty often at my house. You can listen to it either […]
In Hell or High Water (7/10) from 2016 a divorced father (Chris Pine) and his ex-con older brother (Ben Foster) resort to bank robbery in order to save their family’s ranch in West Texas. During a visit to a resturant, the two sheriffs that are hunting the robbers (Jeff Bridges & Gil Birmingham) meet the […]
Record collectors are accustomed to dishing out the dough for coveted vinyl. When not digging in the discount bins, maybe you splurge regularly on new releases to keep your collection up-to-date. Perhaps you’ve paid a pretty penny for that one holy grail. But have you ever dropped a cool $40,000? Since 2018, one record has […]