Ringrazio tutti gli artisti che hanno contribuito alla realizzazione di questo podcast, grazie per tutte le vostre canzoni che mi avete inviato in esclusiva per Rockit. • AEED (Svizzera) • GRILLO (Italia) • MORPHEGROUND (Italia) • COSTA (Italia) • A N.I.Q. JOINT (Italia) • KAPPAH • FULGEANCE (Francia) • NIÑO (Spagna) • INKO (Norvegia) • TOKiMONSTA (Los Angeles) Selezione, mixing, mastering realizzato da Railster. Foto realizzate da Giulia Petrei. Reddarmy Records.
00.00 - 01) Railster - Rockit Podcast Intro (Exclusive) 01.40 - 02) Alex B- At Channel One (Unreleased) 03.05 - 03) Tokimonsta - Tweet Callme Remix 05.25 - 04) Samiyam - Moon Shoes 06.30 - 05) Machine Drum - Let It (Feat Melo-x) 09.00 - 06) fLako - Milky Way 11.10 - 07) Grillo - Big City Lights (Exclusive) 12.50 - 08) KenLo Craqnuques - Passe E Simple Rapbeat 13.50 - 09) Trishes & Cold Showda - New Wave (Sam Irl Rmx) 15.50 - 10) Kappah - It Begins (Exclusive) 17.50 - 11) Inko - Paraiso (Exclusive) 18.40 - 12) A N.I.Q. Joints - Boogiewat (Exclusive) 19.50 - 13) Costa - Yabolik (Exclusive) 21.40 - 14) Morpheground - Player Lose (Exclusive) 23.00 - 15) Fulgeance - Rubiscube (Exclusive) 25.10 - 16) Melkeveien Vs. Nino - Tirsdag (Exclusive) 27.10 - 17) AEED - Untitled Beat (Exclusive) 28.25 - 18) Health Disco - Tabloid Sores (Nosaj Thing Rmx)
Un podcast che rilancia i suoi “wonky beats”, con l’ottima compagna di artisti come Alex B, Grillo, Inko, Aniq Joints, Costa, Morpheground, Fulgeance, Kappah, Melkeveien, AEED, che gli hanno concesso per l’occasione tracce inedite.
Oh hai, domani un mio pezzo nel podcast di rockit! Ricordavatevelo!
It shouldn’t be too much of a surprise that In Bruges failed to ignite the box-office upon its release. The debut feature film by an unknown but acclaimed director of shorts (Martin McDonagh), starring an actor who was unable to take the next step into true stardom (Colin Farrell) and an amazing but rarely thought of Irish character actor (Brendan Gleeson) that takes place in a old time-y European city. Add to that a weak trailer that seemed to depict that the movie was just another round of guns and gangsters, In Bruges was never going to find its audience in theaters. Thankfully, people have realized what a sharply written, hilarious and gorgeously shot picture there is to be found. Endlessly quotable (“I don’t want to run out there, come back in ten minutes, and find you f*cking hiding in a cupboard,”) and full of a genuine melancholy, it is only a matter of time until McDonagh’s movie is looked back upon as one of the gems of the latter part of the oughts, with countless 2-Disc Special Editions and 10th Anniversary “Not a Sh*thole” Editions to come.
Earlier this week, 1.5 million people filled the streets of Berlin, Germany to watch a several-day performance by France’s Royal de Luxe street theatre company titled “The Berlin Reunion”. Part of the celebrations of the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Reunion show featured two massive marionettes, the Big Giant, a deep-sea diver, and his niece, the Little Giantess. The storyline of the performance has the two separated by a wall, thrown up by “land and sea monsters”. The Big Giant has just returned from a long and difficult - but successful - expedition to destroy the wall, and now the two are walking the streets of Berlin, seeking each other after many years apart. I’ll let the photos below tell the rest of the story
Here we go again, official podcast, great music for you to listen to… right now!
tracklist Jose James Blackmagic (Untold Remix) Tycho Cascade Eliot Lipp The Area Suzi Analogue Good Reason Chrisette Michele Ephiphany Dj Mitsu The Beats The Game Changer Ft Wildchild And Georgia Anne Muldrow Kid Cudi Make Her Say Ft Kanye West & Common Bonobo The Keeper Ft Andreya Triana Hudson Mohawke Ooops! Ave Blaste And Cosmo Lopez Sega Drop The Lime Devil’s Eyes (Classixx B-Live Mix) Seiji Tumbledown V3
So, Urban Outfitters has a Where The Wild Things Are section. No, it’s not awesome. In a way, i suppose, it is, ok, but really, you have to realize it’s just your money they’re after. And not just urban outfitters, i mean everybody.