Videodrome :: Vigilante (1982)

(Welcome to Videodrome. A recurring column plumbing the depths of vintage and contemporary cinema – from cult, exploitation, trash and grindhouse to sci-fi, horror, noir, documentary and beyond.) When Vigilante premiered at Cannes in 1982, the film was quickly written off as a Death Wish ripoff. The timing of its release…

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Akon – Smack That Lyrics ft. Eminem

 Smack That Lyrics by Akon ft. Eminem Smack That Lyrics; Shady, Konvict, Upfront Akon, Slim Shady I see the one, could she be that lady? Ayy I feel you creepin', I can see you from my shadow Wanna jump up in my Lamborghini Gallardo? Maybe go to my place and…

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Lumumba ‎:: Lumumba (1974)

Aside from an assist from Trinidadian bassist Luther Coffey, and American guitarist David T. Walker, 1974’s Lumumba was entirely recorded in Los Angeles by a grip of Ghanaian players, including (funky) drummer Rim Kwaku Obeng. As we’re here for the percussion, check out “Twoo Boe (Work Chant)”, below … Only…

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Tyga – Ayy Macarena LetraLyrics

 Ayy Macarena Lyrics By Tyaga ''Ayy Macarena'' Song info; Song:- Ayy Macarena Artist:- Tyga Directed by:- Tyga x Psycho Films EP:- Sam Canter, Christian Sutton Producer:- Geenah Krisht DP:- Tyler Weinberger Prod. Designer:- Taylor Almodovar Editors:- Colton Toy & Tori Schachne VFX:- Andrew Finch, Warm & Fuzzy, Max Goodrich, Justin…

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50 Years Of Harry Nilsson’s The Point

It was a tough sell to get greenlit. Following a slew of canceled meetings, Harry Nilsson managed to secure an airplane seat next to an ABC executive to finally pitch his idea for an all-ages animated film. Like a true passion project, Nilsson feverishly sold his concept of an unconventional…

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Matthew E. White :: Transmissions

“Anything that knocks ya out, hits you harder than you planned,” sings Matthew E. White on “Genuine Hesitation,” which opens K Bay, the third solo album from the Spacebomb founder. And it’s a knockout of a record, to be sure. A spirited producer and collaborator known for his efforts with…

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Videodrome :: The Holy Mountain

(Welcome to Videodrome. A recurring column plumbing the depths of vintage and contemporary cinema – from cult, exploitation, trash and grindhouse to sci-fi, horror, noir, documentary and beyond.) In 1927, the American musical The Jazz Singer became the first feature-length film with synchronized dialogue. Its release was a watershed moment, marking…

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Aaron Kyle :: Here In The River

No stranger to these pages, LA based singer-songwriter Aaron Kyle has been releasing a steady stream of music for the past two decades. From the askew pop of his ’00’s project, Le Switch, to the countrypolitan guise of his most recent Geronimo Getty persona, the throughline was the storytelling. This…

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