Listen: Joel Fletcher and J-Trick Team Up for Bouncy Banger “Here We Go”

Aussie House wizards Joel Fletcher and J-Trick have released their bouncy collaboration “Here We Go”, and it is guaranteed to tear up your dance floor. Bring together two of Australia’s hottest producers, a synth that buzzes and squawks and an infectious bass line to be complemented with hoarse, energetic vocals from hype master in demand

Listen: Get Lost Into Mophono’s Solid Steel Radio Mix

Bay Area producer Mophono put together a cerebral mix for Ninja Tune’s Solid Steel radio show this past Friday, and it’s an hour of pure beat music magic. We included Benji Illgen, otherwise known as beat thaumaturge Mophono, on our singles list a few weeks back with his hard hitting track “THIZZ BITS” off his


Below Deck Recap: ‘Serving Frozen Conch in the Caribbean’ Edition

  OMG HUGE POINTS to Captain Lee tonight on BravoTV’s “Below Deck” for finally calling deckhand-with-attitude Don on his ignorance and lack of respect. Last week, I said Don was going to get fired. I was wrong. Bad info from misinformed people. Yikes! Mea culpa! Won’t let that happen again. I’ve never trusted anything but

TV on DVD Review: NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, NCIS: New Orleans

CBS Productions is making sure fans have plenty to love and hours to spend binge watching one of its greatest franchises thanks to the Blu-ray and DVD releases of NCIS: Season 12, NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 6, and NCIS: New Orleans: Season 1. NCIS: Season 12 – The hit CBS series 12th season finds the


Review: FIDLAR ‘Too’

FIDLAR is music for the 16 year old kids who wear ripped up jean jackets, drink gross cheap beer, and smoke cigarettes because they think they look cool. They’re angsty and all they want is for some musician to yell at them, so they can mosh and get all their built up frustrations out. Trust

Learning to Drive (review)

A light duty and passably entertaining exposition by Ben Kingsley and Patricia Clarkson. Director Isabel Coixet’s meet cute vehicle for Ben Kingsley and Patricia Clarkson turns out to be a compact instead of a full sized car. The screenplay by Sarah Kernochan and Katha Pollitt walks rather than runs through the whirlwind behind the wheel

The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution (review)

Although there is not time to tell the whole story, this is a powerful film with a lot of lessons, none of them easy. Directed, written and produced by Stanley Nelson, this riveting documentary takes the viewer inside the closed doors of the Panthers as well as the FBI and local law enforcement agencies. This

Agatha Christie’s Partners in Crime (review)

Like many great husband and wife detectives, Tommy and Tuppence Beresford can’t abide a mystery, just as nature abhors a vacuum. Anything slightly amiss arises and it’s off to the races. Tuppence (Wolf Hall’s Jessica Raine) cannot sit still if something is even slightly off; her nose for news takes her to strange places like

Barry Avrich Interview – The Man Who Shot Hollywood

Canadian filmmaker Barry Avrich is known for his many film adaptations of Shakespeare’s plays and fascinating documentaries on Harvey Weinstein, Bob Guccione, Jackie Mason and Lew Wasserman among others. He will introduce his latest documentary, a short called The Man Who Shot Hollywood September 16th at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). The seed was


Recap: ‘Below Deck’, How Rocky Fried Her Brain Edition

Alright, just gotta say that somebody at BravoTV needs to put the kibosh on the sexual harassment of the crew by charter guests on “Below Deck.” They’re making it look like women have to tolerate that behavior if they’re working for rich people on yachts. That’s not true. I’ve worked in tourism and the service