Song Premiere: Coolzey “Tough Guy”

The current state of commercial hip-hop has never been fully examined in the way that Coolzey showcases in the clever single “Tough Guy”. Today, Ghettoblaster is proud to premiere the Midwestern abstract emcee’s song, coming off from the forthcoming Coolsay Too. Released this Friday (April 21st) via Public School Records, the EP falls along the line between lounge-rap, nerdcore, and … Continue reading Song Premiere: Coolzey “Tough Guy”

Photos: Robyn Hitchcock/The Psychedelic Furs, Findlay, Ohio, April 10, 2017

“If you want to go on a vacation, the best place to go is to the past,” lamented Robyn Hitchcock to the polite, seated crowd at the Marathon Center for the Performing Arts in Findlay, Ohio, on April 10. The crowd, who didn’t stay seated for long, was treated to the songs of two legacy acts with 40 year careers whose influence … Continue reading Photos: Robyn Hitchcock/The Psychedelic Furs, Findlay, Ohio, April 10, 2017

Song Premiere: Warriors of the Dystotheque, “We’re Taking Control”

WotD step things up with their latest release, joining forces with the mighty Pop Will Eat Itself and drawing on their background in the early noughties that saw the rise of chemical breaks, squeaks and bleeps and played a major role in a decade of DJ shows at home & across the globe for two of the bands members. Christened … Continue reading Song Premiere: Warriors of the Dystotheque, “We’re Taking Control”

Video Premiere: That One Eyed Kid, “Burn Out Right”

That One Eyed Kid is the moniker of Josh Friedman, a Boston-based independent songwriter, performer, and producer. Building from a soulful vocal performance, synth pop production, and delicate layers of acoustic and electronic instruments, T1EK’s songs are about embracing our deepest insecurities and holding them up to the light. Until 2012 Josh was the keyboardist for the pop/rock band The … Continue reading Video Premiere: That One Eyed Kid, “Burn Out Right”

Boombox Culture: The Get Down And Other Random Sh!t

I’ve been trying to focus on a couple of different things but life is just sometimes much too busy for to get everything done when you’d like to.  So what do you do? Well, Just go ahead and “Get Down” when you can. See what I did there? That’s my lead in to this week’s action and what we’re discussing. … Continue reading Boombox Culture: The Get Down And Other Random Sh!t

Friday Roll Out! New Albums Out Today 4/14/17

Well, today’s actually our Good Friday Roll Out. It’s one of those days you head out on the road nary a person in sight. Except maybe those that are hanging out in front of the barista I’m trying to get a coffee from. You know your day is starting off right when the girl in front of you attempts to … Continue reading Friday Roll Out! New Albums Out Today 4/14/17

EP Stream: Model/Actriz, No

Known for their pulsing blend of danceable noise, visceral post-punk, and a live performance that mirrors the way the record unravels, Model/Actriz is an experiment in the primal aspects of human experience. Formed in Boston, the band draws on inspirations from a myriad of scenes, with lead singer Cole hailing from Delaware, and Jack and Ruben from sunny Southern California. … Continue reading EP Stream: Model/Actriz, No

Filmmaker seeks funding for Brainiac documentary

Dayton, Ohio, is the birth place of the cash register, the airplane, Roger and Zapp, The Ohio Players, The Breeders, Guided by Voices and… 3RA1N1AC. In the mid ’90s the Dayton music scene became a hot spot generating worldwide buzz from the massive amount of influential indie rock being produced there. Arguably the most innovative of them all was the … Continue reading Filmmaker seeks funding for Brainiac documentary

Throwback Thursday With Apsci

Have you ever discovered something and thought, “Hmmm, this shit sounds interesting”? The further you dig for information, the discovery is made that you know more about a group than you actually thought you did. All this right before the boom of high speed internet access. That’s the point where I found myself when I discovered Apsci, a Brooklyn husband … Continue reading Throwback Thursday With Apsci

Will Green Lantern Return to the Big Screen Soon?

We all know that Ryan Reynolds‘ Green Lantern was a huge flop, which was evident through its box office ratings.  The film cost $200 million to produce, while it only took $220 million at the box office, failing to meet industry expectations (Reuters).  The Hollywood Reporter stated that the movie needed to make approximately $500 million to be considered financially … Continue reading Will Green Lantern Return to the Big Screen Soon?