I was stumbling through Vimeo when I came across this short film by Reef. While watching the narrators voice brought me back to when I used to watch George of the Jungle. Everyone should know what I’m talking about if you were born in the early 90′s or earlier. If not then go educate yourself on that ish cause it’s probably Brendan Fraser’s best film. Throughout the film there are some pretty sweet longboarding shots and the surfers hanging ten. Oh yeah Rob Machado makes a sweet little appearance as some kind of god. That’s all I gotta say now go watch this.
For today’s Neptune Friday we’re bringing you two kick ass tracks from the EDM world. If you’re big into Beatport you may have heard of ForeverKID. His track “Biology” ft Kate Wild peaked at #20 on the Beatport dubstep singles chart this past June. I heard this track and was immediately hooked. ForeverKID (real name Ross Ryan) is a former rock guitarist from Denver, CO whose musical abilities are breaking barriers and forging “a fresh new merger of sounds”.
Deficio is an EDM producer hailing from Astorp, Sweeden. Deficio (real name Sonny Olsson) started dabbling in music production in 2011, and the soon to be 20yr old has come a long way in just two short years. His original mix “DEFLOW” has already hit 10k plays on Soundcloud in just 20 days.
Both of these tracks will help kick off your weekend the right way and make sure to check back for future releases from both these guys.
Today’s Neptune Friday brings you an old school classic mixed up by Apollo as well as a new remix from Hucci’s & The Ninetys. Yesterday, for Throwback Thursday, Apollo dropped a remix to “In Too Deep” by Sum 41, a childhood favorite of mine. This is the followup track to “Angels” which really put these guys on the radar. The build until the drop is absolutely incredible and this track is absolutely dope.
Hucci and The Ninetys teamed up to remix “Live For” by The Weekend ft. Drake. Hucci is doing more at 17 then most producers are doing period. This remix is absolutely killer and is a great way to kick off the weekend.
With just under a week until they kick off their Wax & Roll Tour, Kings Dead brings us a new track. “Don’t Need Much” starts off with a killer subtle beat which builds until the verse kicks in. They’ve definitely come a long way as Kings Dead and are constantly proving those who hated on the name change, and said they fell off, wrong. Catch them on tour (dates listed below) and make sure to grab their last album here
The Dirty Heads have released their third album since being together called Home Phantoms of Summer: The Acoustic Sessions. The growth that these guys have shown from their first album Any Port in a Storm to this new album is incredible. Dirty J, Dubby B, Jon, Matt, and Dave have been grinding so hard releasing this album under a year and a half since Cabin By the Sea and it shows. Home Phantoms of Summer is another solid album by the crew. I’d say go grab it however you can..online, in store.. where ever just sit back and enjoy another relaxing relateable album. Here’s Sloth’s Revenge off the new Album.
Just when you think things are going smooth….a crackhead breaks into your car and steals a bunch of sewing equipment, fabric, and merch for the homies. Wtf crackheads! What are you gunna do with that stuff?? But a few setbacks and crackheads never stopped us before and were going hard to get you guys some well deserved gear! #neverquit #hustle #crackhead #halloffame #fallstyle
Shirts are in and production is underway! Get ready for the drop next week #neptune #madeinamerica #fall #3/4sleeve