Think back – what did you do with your father when you were a teenager? Perhaps you went on fishing trips, learned how to change the oil in your first car, or even enjoyed a ballgame together from time to time? Such is not the case for impressive 17-year-old drummer Leo “Lurkrot” Didkovsky, who proposed the idea of forming a blackened-grindcore band with his guitarist/composer father, Nick “Vürdoth” Didkovsky, in 2013. With the later addition of fellow 18-year-old family friend and vocalist Malcolm “Skrag the Screecher” Hoyt, this connection birthed the ultra-high energy project VOMIT FIST, hailing from the depths of New York City.
VOMIT FIST: NYC Father/Son Grindcore Project Taps Spin Studios (Lamb Of God, Gojira, Testament) for New EP
Matthew and Santoro host. Topics discussed include high school reunions, prom, being disliked on YouNow and the problems with the phone. Live viewers chat and interact.
Sure, Fatboy Slim’s been around for quite a while and can undoubtedly be credited (for better or for worse) with adding a few extremely popular big beat mash-ups to the universal pop music lexicon. But in an era in which even electronic music’s most mainstream stars like Skrillex and Deadmau5 are crafting weird, stutter-stepping anthems out of a litany of different musical styles, Fatboy Slim, a.k.a. Norman Cook, sounds outpaced and, frankly, outmoded.
Matthew and Santoro host. Topics discussed include the last year, things that are not family friendly, high school, underage adventures and protests. The Stabcast Tumblr Game is played. Corporate Hearts sits in during the show and performs 6 songs.
Matthew and Santoro host. Topics discussed include GPS direction errors, The Hunger Games, Facebook, school, shows, phones and US presidents.
Replay of show 203 (10/02/11). Replay of show 178 from 4/10/11. Matthew and Santoro host this weeks show and give tips for dealing with a high school reunion, talk about Charlie Sheen’s new clothing items, the Internet Radio Hall of Fame and the different stories behind Easter. Andrew Zarian, from The Guys From Queens Network, calls in to the show. Connecticut band The Home Team is Featured.
I have said in the past that I’m not much for giving reviews, but I did get to see an advance screening of American Reunion last night and feel that I can give my honest review in one sentence: If you actually saw American Pie in the theater when it came out, you’ll like American Reunion. It’s that simple. the movie takes place 13 years after the first movie and focuses on what has happened to all of the characters since. I’m glad they went this route rather than trying to pickup while they are still in college, or grad school…it’s really these guys getting back together after 13 years and realizing they have different lives now. All notable characters from the first movie are back including Nadia, The Sherminator and even both MILF guys. Most of the characters are jammed into the last 30 minutes of the movie, which has 90’s music playing in the back the entire time so new comers to this teen comedy franchise will not understand all of the references…they are better off just picking up one of the many straight to dvd releases where they don’t need to think as much. I’m not saying this is a movie that you have to think about (although I did leave thinking about what the actual plot was) but I’m just saying there are many references from the first movie that are placed in this movie. So again, if you saw the first, see this, otherwise don’t spend the money because you won’t get the full effect.
Now, with that out of the way I have to say I did notice some similarities between the 4 wide released American Pie movies. They all have certain staples in them and I thought I would pick some out and rank them to see which movie is the best.