Thursday, 31 July 2008

The Skinner skip...

Listening to radio 1 yesterday and they mentioned The Streets (my favorite band).
The radio said that they wear giving away their new single 'The Esacpist' for free on a website called 'my free', so I went there straight away and downloaded the new track.
I think its great, it has Skinner's newish style that he's adopted ever since finishing his 1st ever album 'Original Pirate Material'.
I then checked out the video, which was filmed by him and his mate Ted Mayhem walking through France.
Its quality - simple yet effective, my favorite style!

Saturday, 19 July 2008

Street Bopping

Sitting around my gran's house, watching a bit of Big Brother when an advert came on advertising Ministry Of Sounds new album, 'Street Dance'...
At first the advert caught my eye visually but then I started listening to the audio and it just made it 100% perfect!
The commercial reminded me a little of the iPod adverts but it was still quality.
I'm well up for getting that album and listening to it ready for my holiday in Ibiza!

Thursday, 17 July 2008

Family Time with BBC3

Since finishing college, I have a little more time to chill and not worry about assignments!
It has taken me till now to see how funny Family Guy actually is.
I remember people talking about is in school, and I 1st watched it with a friend who is a huge fan.
I am now hooked, and love the fact that it is on more or less every night on BBC3...
What more could I ask for? haha
Check it out!

Monday, 7 July 2008


WAW 10/10!
I was wrong about the plot line though, I thought Trevor's uncle was involved in the Sam being chased story line, but he wasn't, it was Jay - (Adam Deacon) who is also a big part of the soundtrack!
After seeing the film I was ready to listen to the sounds behind it!
It is a great soundtrack!
Including people like Kate Nash and The click click!
I would deffo put the film in the one of my favorite films list!
And I am just as impressed with the soundtrack.
Noel Clarke has earned himself a new fan, and I look forward to seeing more of his work!