EXP TV Streams The Strange and it’s Glorious

I don’t know if it makes me strange that I’ve already seen a lot of the clips that they show on this channel, but I’m thrilled that I’m not the only one who digs this stuff!! I’m a huge fan of strange public access tv, vintage commercials, vintage music videos from obscure artists, art houseContinue reading “EXP TV Streams The Strange and it’s Glorious”

The Antlers – “Familiars” Review

  If there’s one band that controlled melancholy and sadness in the 21st century, it would be The Antlers. While the 90’s was about the anger and rebellion for many youths, the 2000’s are about trying to capture that feeling with a different sound. Arcade Fire completed this with the 2004 masterpiece, Funeral, and TheContinue reading “The Antlers – “Familiars” Review”

HIGH MAINTENANCE is the best web series I have ever seen

Leave it to my friend Jason Martin, to have a friend, that’s cool enough to share this amazing series with him, thus sharing it with me… still with me? I had no idea what to expect when I got the email from my friend telling me about this amazing show/web series, about a cannabis dealerContinue reading “HIGH MAINTENANCE is the best web series I have ever seen”

Marla Mase – “Halflife EP” Review

At least once a week, Apostrophe by Frank Zappa is played in my perimeter. The weird, comedic vibes Zappa gives off on his most traditional blues rock album puts a smile on my face that I can’t seem to shake. It’s incredible put together, with songs flowing into one another like a Cirque du Soleil show. IContinue reading “Marla Mase – “Halflife EP” Review”

Producer/Songwriter of School of Seven Bells Benjamin Curtis dies at 35

Throughout my time in Brooklyn, New York, there were a great number of bands who became the soundtrack to my life. Each band gave me sprinkles of what I needed for the train ride to work or the long walk home, but none of them, for me, were more impactful and all around transcendental, thanContinue reading “Producer/Songwriter of School of Seven Bells Benjamin Curtis dies at 35”

Red Band trailer for Hellbenders brings exorcism and dark comedy together beautifully

I would’ve posted this sooner had I known it was going to be this good. Hellbenders is a new dark supernatural comedy written and directed by J.T. Petty (The Borrowers, Mimic 3) and stars Clancy Brown, Clifton Collins Jr. and Dan Fogler , as these twisted priest who decide to become uber-sinners so that inContinue reading “Red Band trailer for Hellbenders brings exorcism and dark comedy together beautifully”

MITNG’S Videos of the Week

MS MR-Think of You Brooklyn electro-duo is staying true to who they are in this second single off their new album Secondhand Rapture. With that community access vibe they became famous for in their video “Hurricane”, here they come again with a song that once again proves that if your on the outs with yourContinue reading “MITNG’S Videos of the Week”

MITNG’S Video’s of the Week

Janelle Monae-Dance Apocalyptic I was talking to my wife about what she thought of Janelle’s new video for her latest single Dance Apocalyptic and she was a little surprise/not ready for Janelle’s make-over, considering how about “not being common” she was on her first album. I have to agree it’s a bit jarring, but IContinue reading “MITNG’S Video’s of the Week”


I know, shame on us for leaving you guys hanging. We didn’t mean too, but there were so many Ob-stacles in our path, we had no choice. Mainly our editor and visual effects guy going on sabbatical. Now that he’s back we can get this ball rolling a little. That is until this weekend, whenContinue reading “MITNGTV EPISODE 3”

MITNG’S Videos of the Week

KATE BOY- THE WAY WE ARE This group really is one of those matches made in heaven. With Kate Hurst on vocals and Swedish song writing/production team Rocket Boy (Hampus Nordgren Hemlin, Oskar Sikow Engström, and Markus Dextegen) backing her up, I use that term lightly, Kate Boy continues to astound. Seems they are goodContinue reading “MITNG’S Videos of the Week”