So, I got season 4 of Red vs Blue on DVD. The episodes just keep getting better. I wish this season was a little bit longer, but the fact that this season is so good makes up for the shortness. I feel like watching all 4 seasons in a row now. If you have never watched the show before (or watched only part of it), you are missing out on an extremely funny show. If you missed seasons 1-4, you can watch them here.
Category: Music, Movies & Books
I decided to post a quick trance set I did a while back. Most (if not all) of the music is by unsigned artists and all of the tracks were freely distributed by them. I made it a while back to help promote friends and other unsigned artists that I liked. The editing is nothing special, the tracks are not anything amazing, and I threw it together rather quickly but hopefully you will still enjoy it. At the very least, it should be an hour of music that you probably never heard before.
- DJ Avid – Memories Lost In Time
- DWave – Another World
- Inzite – High above
- Power Plant – D.I.V.A.
- Lucid Labs – Objects Undefined
- Trance Finity – The Whole Universe
- t r a n c e  c o n t r o l – PERFECTO 
- Astral Projection – Burning Up (Main Mix)
- Aura – Neuroglider[Hidden Sun Remix]
May 22, 2006 – You’re planning to see X-Men: The Last Stand this weekend, right? We expect most of you are. That being the case, apart from our regular reporting on the movie, IGN FilmForce now asks you to do one important thing. If you’re an X-Men fan, you’ll regret it if you don’t! At the theater this weekend, when the credits roll, when the audiences begins to filter out of the exits… keep your seat. And then, perhaps, share this little secret with a few of your friends: the movie isn’t over.
We don’t want to spoil anything for you, but we want you to know that the scene that follows isn’t your typical post-credits tack-on. It’s a coda for one of the main characters. The scene is maybe 30 seconds in length, but it’s enough. And it will surely be one of the more talked moments in the fan community.
Think you know what this scene is? Guess all you want, but chances are that you won’t see it coming.
Major mutant war happens this Friday! Wolverine yells, “Hold the line!” – that stand’s not easy. All you have to do is hold on through the end credits – that’s much easier. You don’t want miss the coda!
Founded by Coaxke and PC Speaker during a Keystone Ice induced drunken haze in late 2004, Futuristic Sex Robotz is the one and only Gangster Nerd Rap group. Futuristic Sex Robotz dishes out the cold, hard truth with skill and creativity unlike anything the internet has seen before.
Available for download at no charge, “Hotel Coral Essex” is Futuristic Sex Robotz’s full-length Gangster Nerd Rap masterpiece. Covering topics such as LiveJournal, World of Warcraft, Lieutenant Commander Data, and Trusted Computing, respect is given to those who are deserving, while mercy is denied from those who offend our ears or threaten our technological freedom.
There is only Futuristic Sex Robotz. Accept no substitute.
Coaxke and PC Speaker were recently on a UK radio station where they played their single about the movie “Snakes on a Plane”. It was pretty good, and you can check it out here.
They also create a Halo 2 rap a while back. If you have not seen it yet, you can watch it below.
So, I added a new music page to the site. I had a bunch of 320kb/s mp3s of my music that I was planning to put up for download a while back but never did. I figured that I might as well put them up with this extra space and bandwidth that I now have. You can check out the music by clicking the button at the top of the page or by clicking here.