Wednesday, January 28, 2015

B Hyphen - "World Without The Hyphen" (2014)


My great friend Derrick Ferguson took the time to share this yesterday, so I figured I'd do the same.
So this final track...isn't a lie. As long as I'm breathing, there will never be a world without the Hyphen. But there may be a world without new Hyphen music. So this album is my crowning achievement. I said during the entire process that I would be happy with my career ending on this note.
You can check out the entire back story to this song here: http://www.bhyphen.com/2014/04/world-without-hyphen-produced-by-lip.html

Song Of The Moment: Bobby Brown - On Our Own


This is the greatest Bobby Brown song ever. "Every Little Step" is a close second, a damn close second. But this song was Bobby at the peak of his powers. A shame for his record sells that it ended up on the Ghostbusters II soundtrack.

Good Luck With That: Ghostbusters Reboot Casted


So just to recap, Heather and I casted Ghostbusters 3 way back in August. Lawrence/Stone/Watson/Larson/JGL/Dano/Plaza. Gold.

Heather texted me this link yesterday evening: http://consequenceofsound.net/2015/01/heres-the-cast-of-the-new-all-female-ghostbusters-film. Now it'll be a straight reboot and here's what we've got (via Rolling Stone):
Just three months after it was announced that Bridesmaid director Paul Feig would reboot the Ghostbusters series with an all-female cast, the four actresses who will don the proton packs have been revealed: Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy and current Saturday Night Live stars Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones. Feig tweeted his Ghostbusters casting news Tuesday night along with the film's scheduled release date: July 22nd, 2016.
So basically Bridesmaids & Proton Packs. It'll probably be funny, but it won't be what it could've been.

Good luck with that.

Cook It In The Kitchen: Crock Pot Steak Hoagies


I like to cook because as I've gotten older I've found it to be a pretty relaxing hobby. I tackled crock pot steak hoagies for the second or third time recently.