Recently, a track from one of our contributors, Stavrogin, was posted onto youtube, with the picture of a man strangling a woman. Needless to say the uploader was asked to take the track down. Unfortunately this is far from an isolated incident. Several corners of Youtube are rife with videos…
RxGibbs, similar to my friend’s name. Gotta like it.
Beiber 800% slower.
Australian rap? Stick it on the Drive soundtrack and I’ll listen. Refn’s film is one of the first which I listened to before I watched. I heard it first in our student newspaper office, and then I sent the songs to my friend back home, who told me that another one of our friends had done exactly the same thing on that day. Two tracks, two people, sent to one in a day. This made Sam - the other friend - Skype me for the first time in six months so that we could discuss the songs.
"It’s a Drive EP, you can have it for free" (Ry then rhymes "free" with "free"). I can’t tell if this showcase of white-australian-internet-rap is embarrassing. Perhaps that’s my prejudice. Either way, it’s a sweet ode to what is a scintillating, eye-popping soundtrack.