Thursday, October 15, 2009

Get smart, get MURS

Get in tune with MURS (Making Underground Raw Shit) a raw rapper if you will, with a political agenda spreading contagious messages with his thick beats and timely lyrics.  Murs played at Red Rocks earlier this summer, and will soon be leading the crowd-sways and head bops at Treasure Island Music Fest this coming weekend.  Let em give you the low down on systematic knowledge (too bad I'm not required to make science projects anymore).

THE SCIENCE VIDEO feat. MURS in HD from Erick Peyton on Vimeo.

Monday, October 12, 2009

Sink your teeth into this

Had enough of vampires yet?  No, well good cause there's more coming down the literary yellow (or should I say red) brick road.  Flavorpill reports a new book, Dracula the Un-Dead by Dacre Stoker, the next next next next of kin in Bram Stoker's line of morbid genealogy.
Click here to read Flavorill's take on the new new Dracula, (he better not have any business with poking faces) watch the trailer, and meander around different sites that are hopping on the vampire craze, keeping Stoker current, and taking a big bite out of your dripping wallet.

Watch Dracula the Un-Dead Trailer below!

Saturday, October 10, 2009

A pleasure of the guilt persuasion

Never did I think I'd see the day where I post something about Miley Cyrus.  But here I am, doing just that.  This remix makes me feel like I always feel when a good song comes on: spinning in circles in a Tennessee field, also known as Bonnaroo - the happy place.  Not that either of the two artists would perform there, especially being that one of the artists is deceased.  Props to being current!  Enjoy the tunes and throw some confetti.

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

I concur

Here's a little blurb from the current book I'm reading, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, by Stephen Chbosky:

"I had an amazing feeling when I finally held the tape in my hand.  I just thought to myself that in the palm of my hand, there was this one tape that had all of these memories and feelings and great joy and sadness.  Right there in the palm of my hand.  And I thought about how many people have loved those songs.  And how many people got through a lot of bad times because of those songs.  And how many people enjoyed good times with those songs.  And how much those songs really mean.  I think it would be great to have written one of those songs.  I bet if I wrote one of them, I would be very proud.  I hope the people who wrote those songs are happy.  I hope they feel it's enough.  I really do because they've made me happy.  And I'm only one person."