No sounds to go with this one, but with a tagline like that, who needs to cheapen the experience?
Tyrone Brunson (creator of “The Smurf”) + insanely old school Ice T + robot kid with a camera + superfly zebra car = FRESH
Normally, there’d be some sort of explanation for this.
But, since we’ve already got one up somewhere else, we’ll just take a more direct route. See our thoughts on The Strange New World of Bernard Fevre by clicking here, then report back to HQ for a sample sip of “Dangerous Mixture.”
If there’s one thing we love more than real soundtracks, it’s the music to imaginary films. And after years of boosting NASA gear with little result, we finally found Buzz’s cassette collection, containing one tape labeled Big Pimp Jones’ Big Bad Jimmy Ruckus.
It amounts to forty four minutes of badass breakbeats, sinister licks and phantom kung-fu kicks. Honestly, we can’t decide which we like more: the music or the dialogue.
How many plate glass windows does he have to throw people through for you to get the goddamn point?
Professor Longhair is one of the weirder purveyors of New Orleans boogie-woogie, armed with a gravel-throated yaulp capable of acrobatic histrionics. “In The Night,” my personal favorite, drops his unpredictability as a singer on a stage of stone-steady piano slapping and airtight blues shuffle and the result is trouble like a belly full of gin. Dust off your dancing shoes.
A slight deviation from our general oeuvre, but well worth your listening. This is Will Oldham in his early rugged prime, accomplishing an awful lot with one chord.
In preparation for this three-day sci-fi celebration, our friend at Robot Enamorado has unlocked the door to another space boogie speakeasy. If you’re looking to get your disco fix on the sly, knock the door three times and say Tyrell’s False Owl.
Look out though; if you’re not a Twilight Zone fan, don’t expect bar service. The caviar & Saturn chardonnay are reserved for only the most glamorous go-bots this side of the sunflower galaxy.
The band plays twice a night, so come early & often.