Dallas film lovers it’s that special time of year again. That time when the Dallas International Film Festival (DIFF) makes it rain! That’s right, a whole slew of films made with a whole lotta love and sweat will show for our viewing pleasure for 8 magical days. What can we expect from the 2018 DIFF this year and were there any new twists and turns in the film selection … [Read more...] about Film News: Dallas International Film Festival 2018 is just around the corner!
Interview by: Mut Asheru Since Hip-Hop began there have been coordinated efforts, albums or movements among artists to call attention to various topics. Whether it be the Stop the Violence spawned 'Self Destruction' track or other iconic songs such as Slick Rick's 'Hey Young World' hip-hop has always been front and center about...THE CALL. That infamous "wake-the-hell-up" … [Read more...] about Music Interview: Hip-Hop artist Paloalto speaks on “4 The Youth” album with fellow rapper JUSTHIS
Indie electro-pop band SECRECIES has been signed to Idol Records and we got our hands on their catchy debut single "Hole in My Heart." A couple of us took a sober listen so that we could offer up our totally professional opinions. Even if you didn't ask for em. Win #1 - Mut Lyrics, lyrics, lyrics because I needed to be reminded just how shitty relationships can be for … [Read more...] about Idol Records announces newest group “Secrecies”
Review by: Mut Asheru Hey ladies, have you ever had a crush you wanted to make a move on? Of course you have. This year’s Busan International Film Festival (BIFF 2017) showcased Korean indie HIT THE NIGHT which follows screenwriter Ga-young (played by director Ga-young Jeong) on her trek to make that man hers. She pretends to interview Jin-hyuk (played by Jong-hwan Park ) … [Read more...] about Film Review: “Hit the Night” shines in 2017 Busan International Film Festival romance genre
Review by: Mut Asheru "How to Breathe Underwater" shown at the 2017 Busan International Film Festival is a breathtaking ode to the heartache of daily living. Directed by Hyeon-seok Go, the film's central characters are drowning in the tediousness of daily life. Amazingly, their lives resemble countless souls around them and because they are so ordinary it's easy to imagine … [Read more...] about Film Review: Korean Indie “How to Breathe Underwater” is a solid ode to daily struggle