Halloween Music Top 39


Halloween is coming and you’ll need a good soundtrack in your parties. Here’s my list for the Top 39 Halloween Music. Some of them are soundtracks from movies that still haunt you in your dreams, some others terrorize you in their lyrics and others just use plain old spooky sounds and instruments like church organs.

See the list.

VIDEO: Duck Sauce – Big Bad Wolf (NSFW)


Duck Sauce just released this, slightly NSFW, video for ‘Big Bad Wolf’ where they’re on a parallel universe and they’re a pair of… dickheads. Literally.

Humor, creativity, and good imagery.  A-track, one half of the duo, sums it up saying “Remember when dance music videos used to actually be creative? Like when you think back to Aphex Twin, Fatboy Slim and Daft Punk… I don’t know why the genre’s videos became so generic in recent years.” Yeap, when?

You gotta love the girl’s vagina beard and the premature discharger.

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-Pablo Stanley

No More Blues


I wanted to share with you this song that has really kept me on a good mood lately. No More Blues from Coati Mundi.


Coati Mundi - No More Blues


Mariachi El Bronx: I Would Die 4 you


Mariachi El Bronx is the Mexican-style side project of punk-indie band, The Bronx. The Los Angeles group of five have been gaining recognition as an ingenious, stand out alter ego to their original venture. The mariachi doppelganger comes decorated with silver studded black charro suits, which makes them look straight out of Jalisco, México. They also use the traditional instruments of a mariachi band like  violins, trumpets, a classical guitar, a vihuela (a high-pitched, five-string guitar) and a guitarrón (a large acoustic bass guitar).

The punks dressed in charro suits are on to their second album which has the paisa version of Prince’s song “I Would Die For You.” Make sure to check out their new single, “48 Roses” off Mariachi El Bronx (II) as well.

Enjoy with some horchata.

Mariachi El Bronx - I Would Die 4 U (Prince Cover)
Mariachi El Bronx - 48 Roses


I’ve got a fever.


I’ve got a fever, and the only prescription is more disco.

No, but seriously, I’ve got a fever… and a headache; last night was maybe too much. Aspirin anyone?

“You may have the money, but you have to go” Best intro ever.
The Bay - Metronomy (Erol Alkan's Extended Rework)

Some deep beats for the soul!
Mathematics - Tuccillo

Deep baby, deep.
Static Friction - Toomy Disco (Mario Basanov remix)

Disco always sounds better with an orchestra.
Music For The Soul - Los Charlys Orchestra

David Lynch Releases His “Crazy” First Solo Album


David Lynch, the filmmaker who earned a cult following with eccentric films like “Blue Velvet”, “Mulholland Dr.” and the ’90s television series “Twin Peaks,” is debuting an album this November called “Crazy Clown Time,”

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-Pablo Stanley

Disco: 24 hours


It’s Monday, time to roll a fatty and let the tracks below take you on a ride down Crunk Avenue.

A little reEdit I made.
Love Me Love Me Now - Onur Engin (Hustlehoff Edit)

Love me, love me… say that ya love me.
Get Cha - LTJ

Don’t be confused by the hipster name of the artist, this track is nothing but fat bass and funk.
J2Thab - PBR Streetgang

– Pablo Stanley

Everyday Bike by JAILmake


JAILmake devised a bicycle for the purpose of studio deliveries and ‘to pick up supplies for the barbeque’. In other words, an “Everyday Bike”.

Ash and walnut handlebars and mudguards, in-house created frame, stem and forks, a wood crate, a 3-speed coaster brake hub and a vintage Brooks saddle. What else do you need?

Make sure to click the image to see the gallery and listen to this gem by Neon Indians:

Polish Girl - Neon Indians

-Pablo Stanley


Sex Doll Race


‘A sex doll as a means of transportation!’ That was a slogan of the annual race on inflatable sex dolls that took place next to Saint-Petersburg on August 6. Over 800 people were willing to see how the dolls can swim.

Now, let’s give this wet & sexy party a soundtrack:

Ulisses Nunes- He He Yes (Oscar L Remix)

-Pablo Stanley

Boss In Drama – Pure Gold


The 22 year old Brazilian Boss In Drama, is back with his kind of retro sound that, as he describes, comes from the same vein as the classics from Prince, Janet Jackson and even “Whitney Houston before being addicted to crack”.

Boss In Drama - Pure-Gold

JAY-Z & KANYE WEST: Why I Love You (FT. Mr Hudson)



Major royalty in hip hop right now are Jay-Z and Kanye West, and they just decided to cement their kingdom with collaborative LP, Watch The Throne.That’s a confident authority.

First came Jay-Z, then came Kanye on his 2001 Blueprint album, then came the shutter shades that took over raves and music festivals worldwide. Roc-A-Fella Records was their breeding ground and a home that Jay-Z created along with colossal label, Island Def Jam, which boasts artists like Mariah Carey, Duffy, Ne-Yo, Fabolous, NAS, Rihanna, and none other than Justin Bieber.

Amidst all the tracks on this album, “Why I Love You” stood out as the winner. It features Mr. Hudson,