If you’re a comic book geek and a fan of classic Hollywood movie posters, then you’ll love these DC Variant posters.
Of course, being that huge Wonder Woman fanatic that I am, my favorite is the variant of Wonder Woman as 300. It’s so badass!
Hope you’re all having a wonderful #sundayfunday. Got anything awesome on your radar? Perhaps a midday bike ride (I miss those Los Angeles bike rides). Or, if you’re a geek like myself, then you’re zoning out playing Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
But, after playing for a few hours, I decided to take a break and see what new music is out…and I’m glad I did!
Did you know that Touch Sensitive is back in action with a new track? That’s right, following the awesomeness of Pizza Guy, Touch Sensitive has released a new Future Classic single titled “Teen Idols.”
A bouncy house cut, “Teen Idols” is a catchy slice of nostalgia and future tech, which I must say is a perfect edition to any Sunday shenanigans.
Whenever I see anything remotely associated with Stanton Warriors, I know I’m in for a wicked selection of bass & breaks.
If you’re looking for some insane bass, breaks, and “twerk” music, then get the party started with the Stanton Warriors’ new podcast, #033.
In this mix, we’ve got a heavy rotation of breaks and bass, and a solid guest mix from Dubic. For this one, you’ve got to turn up the speakers LOUD. #bassinyourface
While you might not get “turnt up” listening to Citizens! new single “Lighten Up,” it is a great indie gem for some midday weekend shenanigans.
Expected to release on their forthcoming album, “Lighten Up” is a fun little number with an uplifting music video to accompany it.
Give the video a play and be sure to stay on the look for the band’s second album, which will be released on a label to watch, Kitsuné.
Kick off your Monday morning with some fresh funky vibes from the awesome funk aficionados, Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars.
Mark Ronson’s new single, “Uptown Funk,” has been circulating the radio waves for a few weeks now, and I’m digging this ultra funked up video with Bruno Mars
Go ahead and get funky:
Stepping aside from the normal, I’m posting a variety of grime, UK bass, reggae, dancehall, and a handful of UK selects from Toddla T’s radio show, Girl Music.
With a guest mix from Chimpo, this is a solid mix that will add some excitement to your Sunday.