Cicuta Maculata Album Cover by Yves Malone

Album Review: Yves Malone – Cicuta Maculata

Yves Malone Cicuta Maculata ERR Rec Links: Yves Malone | ERR Records The rate Yves Malone churns out new music is stunning. His creative bank is an impressive testament to the unparalleled work that he produces and Cicuta Maculata is an added compliment, giving us a taste as a sound … Read More ›

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Tora Tora

Tora Tora Once Again Light up Memphis with Lastest Album Bastards of Beale Links: Official Site | Facebook When we think of music from Memphis, iconic historical monoliths like Stax and Sun Records come to mind. Elvis, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Booker T & the MGs, Otis Redding, Memphis … Read More ›

Silver Bullets Album Cover by Def Con Sound System

Def Con Sound System

Ten Years in the Making, Silver Bullets is Adam Sewell’s Magnum Opus [Links: Bandcamp | Facebook] For Adam Sewell, this day has been a long time coming. The award-winning Canadian musician who spent most of the 1990s fronting Monster Voodoo Machine consumed the last 10 years crafting an album that … Read More ›

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Be-Bop Deluxe – Futurama

Be-Bop Deluxe Futurama 3CD/1DVD Limited Edition Box Set Esoteric Recordings Be-Bop Deluxe has an allure like folklore. They exist within the impressionism of ‘70s rock and roll ecstasy, forging their imprint through varying styles while being forerunners to a contingency of being rock influencers. In the moment, their name drew … Read More ›

Strip Nude for your Killer

Strip Nude For Your Killer

Arrow Video releases Andrea Bianchi’s thriller that goes beyond simple giallo formula Nude per l’assassino or Strip Nude For Your Killer was released in 1975 to combat the overarching giallo genre that filmmakers like Fulci, Argento, Bava, and others defined in the early ‘70s. Bianchi took the giallo formula and … Read More ›

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Double Dragon (MVD Rewind Collection)

MVD Rewind Collection Resurrects Double Dragon for the First Time on Blu-Ray There are cinematic turds and then there are cinematic turds we hold in high regard that serve the purpose to embellish absurdness. The early ‘90s brought a modestnstint of films based on popular video games: Super Mario Bros., … Read More ›