The Sunday Club squad are back on the sofa for another round of beers / critiquing whatever dross they found in the charity shop and by god did they boys drop the ball this week: All round average director, fake cockney and real egotist Guy Ritchie is the director this week and his new atrocity King Arthur is in the DVD player / firing line!
Purple City Soufflé’s irregular & irreverent film review crew The Sunday Club are back & they’ve binned off the written word in favour of a podcast! This week our druken / gruesome twosome have gone for John Carpenter’s The Fog.
The Moveltraxx mandem are back in the fold with the eight in their ever impressive, ever evolving footwork series featuring another selection of fresh faces and OGs of the game!
When the sleeve of Antonio Banderas latest petrol station-action classic said “it’s going to be a long night” it wasn’t fucking joking.
Purple City’s all new, incompetent and largely irrelevant chatshow is here with regular hosts Bayfield and dubstep donny Quest dissecting a wildly unspecific grab-bag of topics all the while ingesting unnecessary amounts of alcohol.
For this week’s Sunday Club we went diggin’ in the crates for a classic and fuck me it must be the eighties! Ash has only gone and smashed it out the park for this week with his selection of the (potentially biographical) story of when Rusty Met Goldie more commonly known as Overboard!
Detroit’s Filthiest fka DJ Nasty is bringing the straight muck for those Parisian street playas once again on his new EP Old English. It’s smutty, it’s funk smeared and it’s here to teach yo ass all about the Art Of Seduction
The godawful straight to DVD Hollywood machine rolls ever onward and this week Pierce Brosnan is at the wheel.
Drax rolls through on Southpoint with that iceman vibe.
Zero Tep has taken a massive leap forward on his new album A Trick Of Physics, fusing both jazz stylings and prog indulgences to the ever pliable framework of footwork music.