segunda-feira, 30 de abril de 2012

i wonder if steven soderbergh chose a bad actress just for fun

or else Gina Carano is just playing a young girl trying to be a bad actress

the movie is not that bad...

now listening - frida hyvönen - to the soul

i'm loving it





o facebook de certos suplementos culturais no nosso país

são o espelho do país. marasmo, desinteresse, falta de crítica, como quando o que se tem de comer é apenas o que se põe à frente...
WAKE UP people...

domingo, 22 de abril de 2012

grab it


from eurovision to euroglam


terrantez


Casta quase extinta na ilha, daí a ser pouco divulgada.
Cultivadas quase exclusivamente no Funchal a uma altitude de cerca 120m e na área de Campanário a uma altitude não inferior a 400m.
Produz essencialmente vinhos mais velhos - Frasqueiras
Teor de açúcar: 11º
Açúcar residual: 2,5º Baumé
Uvas colhidas a meio da vindima.
 “As uvas de Terrantez, não as comas nem as dês, para vinho Deus as fez”.

De cor dourada, é ligeiramente mais encorpada que o Verdelho, produzindo vinhos com carácter muito exótico com notas de especiarias.
 

3 tugas no ATP500 de barcelona

A frederico gil e rui machado junta-se joão sousa que acabou de se apurar para o quadro principal. Ténis masculino português em bom plano.

quinta-feira, 19 de abril de 2012

serão assim tão diferentes???

do ponto de vista da escrita??? Não!!!... foram ambos mal escritos, e nenhum deles possui maturidade suficiente para fazer crescer personagens para além do cliché... cada um ao seu jeito... não andam tão longe um do outro como a crítica quer fazer passar... assim seja a democracia cinematográfica... a merda vem de todo o lado...


comercial festival



comercial telenovela

.fantastiC Cat asks "Montag" 3 questions

1)what's the concept behind the new montag material?
The idea was to write music spontaneously and to release almost immediately after. An album requires fine tuning and a lot of energy is spent on polishing the sound... to the point that when the album is released, it usually feels like old material to the musician who wrote it, which can be so frustrating. I wanted to free myself of that process and experiment with new ways of writing and releasing music.

2)i know u were a big fan of trish keenan, how did her music was in touch with what u create being an artist and a person, not only a musician?
Trish Keenan affected me as a person because we were friends. It was not just a fan / band relationship, it went beyond that very early on. I am not sure how it happened, I guess friendship happens for no reason, a connection that is mutual and felt in two people. I met Trish before I even started making music so I think what brought us together was a shared love for music itself.


3) any plans coming to europe and portugal particularly as montag in a near future?
I am not planning to tour anytime soon as "Phases" keeps me busy in the studio every month. It's unthinkable to start touring before "Phases" is finished. I would absolutely loved to play in Portugal. Many friends of mine tell me that Lisbon would likely become my favorite city. I guess I'll have to experience it one day!




Montag is Antoine Bédard solo project





from Going Places







Thank u so much Antoine

quarta-feira, 18 de abril de 2012

tomorrow i have Antoine Bédard aka Montag answering .fC C 3 questions so stay tune

as for today... i must say u guys need to re-watch the insanely The Simple Life Season 2 (pairing the funniest duo Paris and Nicole) to ever hit the so called reality TV... those girls are smashiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiing funny without scripts... they worth 1000 times more than 90% of the so called movies that hit us every single year from shitty LA
here's a clip

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g_4rLFfKy2w

serious, stay away from this fucking show... cause it sucks

ultimate cliche wannabe "sex and the city" (they even mention the god damn show) indie jerkoff, not cool, i'm telling u NOT COOL...
in shock HBO commissioning  this shit

is this as bad as it looks??? we'll see

.fantastiC Cat asks the "Acid House Kings" 3 questions

1) what are your main inspirations when writting songs (bands moods influences)?
Before we wrote and recorded "Music Sounds Better with You" I was listening a lot to French music from the 60's. France Gall, Brigitte Bardot, Françoise Hardy and so on and I think that influenced the songs a bit. Everyone in Acid House Kings has a fairly varied taste in music nowadays, but we only put the influences from Pop into use in the Kings. 

2) every single year it's amazing the number of new musical projects coming from sweden, is it something in the water? what makes sweden such a paradise for exciting bands like yours???
Some say it's because we don't have anything better to do. Others claim we inherited it from Abba. I don't quite know, but there's a true independent spirit amongst most bands in Sweden. People do what they wanna do. They don't make music to become succesful. They don't make a particular kind of music because their management tells them they should make that music in order to popular. They make it because they love it. And that's the reason we have a good scene I guess.

3) what do you know about portugal and portuguese music, any plans touring here this year???
Hm.... honestly, very very little. You have to teach us about the scene in Portugal! Touring, who knows...




AND i WILL for sure...


Thank you so much 
Johan Angergård




Acid House Kings are:
Johan Angergård
Niklas Angergård
Julia Lannerheim




from new album "music sounds better with you"


and my favorite song from them, when i found out about them and i was blown away with their distinct talent







domingo, 15 de abril de 2012

Wannabe actress from Alasca to the World (game change)

meet Sarah Palin, or should i say "the real America"

Não é um filme pró-Obama, e sujeita-se muitas vezes a parecer, qual o verdadeiro "charme" de Sarah Palin que a transformou pelo menos durante algum tempo neste fenómeno social, eu queria mais do ponto de vista do eleitor classe média americano, e menos das jogadas de bastidores...
A ver, grande interpretação de Julianna Moore a propósito.

sexta-feira, 13 de abril de 2012

the cinematic New stuff

portuguese shit u should buy if u wanna look COOL next winter

marques'almeida (90's grunge with a hospital sadistic pair of shoes, there's also something really bullying in these looks)





fatima lopes (true blood, vampires and a reinterpreted
dominatrix women for a special (i mean special) night out, light your candles BOYS




felipe oliveira baptista (coolness effortless, the girl you would follow on the street just to sneak were she hangs out)




luís buchinho ( i mean, how chic is it to wear pavements printed like paintings)



Marcos Freitas London 2012 - there he goes (4-1 final score final match)





sugarcane TOXIC

domingo, 8 de abril de 2012

make your own kind of "shit"

what a Shame movie

Ok, este é aquele género de filme para um público adulto, buahahah, é aquele filme que os críticos assexuados (e não são todos, eles gostam de dizer que são???) usam como desculpa para dizer, nós somos pelos gajos que comem cona a toda a hora, desde que isso seja feito com conteúdo... vejam, nós não temos preconceitos em gostar de filmes misóginos, nós até adoramos, (desde que o actor principal seja bonzão)... e vocês (público) também deviam... cresçam...
WRONNNNNNNNNNNG!!!!
O filme é uma patetice, é uma perca de tempo, a resposta (fake coolnesss... nowwwww that's a trend)...  .. não há pachorra para conversas sonsas, tresanda a armanço "indie blurrrrp" cenas encenadas para serem um movimento, há mais conteúdo no Lester Burnham do American Beauty a masturbar-se de manhã do que todas as tentativas de tornar um filme que não existe para além de um muro de ideias pré-concebidas sobre o peso da sexualidade neste quotidiano inventado pelo senhor McQueen, a cereja no topo, ele também experimenta com gajos (lá mais para a frente, como dizia a outra), sim que é para dar uma de bissexualidade reprimida, paaaaaaaaaleeeeeeeease...
juro que há cenas no escritório que parecem um episódio do rachel zoe project (serious, drinking coffee, it's bananas, what the fuck they do there, e falam todos muito snob???) é um coito interrompido este filme, mais valia ele foder de vez a irmãzinha tontinha, é óbvio que é o que eles querem, o gajo devia comprar um Zoo e mudar-se para o campo, a personalidade distorcida que ele(a)s tem, essa ninguém percebe de onde vem nem para onde vai, e isso meus caros não é compatível com cinema de qualidade, quanto mais com cinema to say the least!
Vidas fodidas toda a gente tem, toda a gente esconde segredos, as fantasias por mais taradas que sejam (não é shame, é human), e só isso de bandeja, é muito pouco...

nice soundrack...

que desperdício de talento

WTF Air France break up :(


We’ll make this brief, because it hurts too much. During the first year of Air France, somewhere in the middle of the last decade, everything seemed to come so easily. At least it feels like that right now. We’d meet on friday nights to drink wine, listen to music and picture ourselves far off, somewhere on the outskirts on the big map Henrik had on his wall. The songs we made during those nights weren’t really supposed to ever leave the hard drive, but somehow they did, and somehow they took us to almost all the places on that big map we had dreamt about. We got to play records at the Rough Trade store in London, we went to the Red Square, we woke up on Iceland during a volcanic eruption, we drank beer at the cliffs of the Niagara, we spent a night in a freezing staircase in Warzaw (otherwise a fantastic weekend), we saw dolphins in the waters of LA, we got a smile from Larry David as he passed us on a street in Paris, watching us trying to open a bottle of wine, we played records for 4 hours under a blistering July sun in New York, we spent a day in the most beautiful spa in Budapest, we’ve heard our nervous voices on radio and TV, we’ve played records after two sold out Saint Etienne shows (but to be honest, only a handful stayed behind to see us), we’ve written a song together with our idol Clare Grogan (although we did managed to botch it) and we got sampled by Lil B. But it’s the little moments that has been the most dear to our hearts, like the days and nights in Brackenbury Village that we spent in our manager’s back yard with his wonderful wife and sons, who made us feel like part of the family, or being drunk on airplanes, just the two of us, and all the people we’ve been fortunate enough to get to know, if only for a night.  And we have probably produced 7 albums since No Way Down; a UK Garage record, a house record, an r ‘n’ b record… but we’ve never been able to finish anything, nothing was ever good enough. We have tried so hard, and we truly gave it all we had. And now we have decided to stop trying, even though it breaks our hearts. But for all the reasons mentioned above, and for a thousand more, we don’t regret a thing. We wish we could thank all the people who has helped and inspired us, but we’d probably forget to mention half of you, so here’s just a big thank you to those who were involved in the making of the record: Teresa and Kajsa for singing so beautifully, Angelica of Body Language for lending her voice to a song that would have been called “I always think about you when I’m drunk”, our patron Kevin Campbell who helped us in giving this record one last chance (there are no words that can describe just how grateful we are), our Eric of Sincerely Yours, our manager David Laurie, our publisher XL, Joe for running our facebook page. And much love to Rich Thane, families and girlfriends, sister Hanna, Henning Fürst, Marc Hogan, all of you who sent us letters, all of you who stuck around to watch us play, and all of you who opened your homes and hearts and cars and took us to water falls, big squares, beaches, record stores, monuments, valleys, mountains and zoos. Goodbye for now. Who knows, maybe we’ll see you again in another shape. After all, we’re people that never stop dreaming. Henrik and Joel Gothenburg
We’ll make this brief, because it hurts too much.

During the first year of Air France, somewhere in the middle of the last decade, everything seemed to come so easily. At least it feels like that right now. We’d meet on friday nights to drink wine, listen to music and picture ourselves far off, somewhere on the outskirts on the big map Henrik had on his wall. The songs we made during those nights weren’t really supposed to ever leave the hard drive, but somehow they did, and somehow they took us to almost all the places on that big map we had dreamt about. We got to play records at the Rough Trade store in London, we went to the Red Square, we woke up on Iceland during a volcanic eruption, we drank beer at the cliffs of the Niagara, we spent a night in a freezing staircase in Warzaw (otherwise a fantastic weekend), we saw dolphins in the waters of LA, we got a smile from Larry David as he passed us on a street in Paris, watching us trying to open a bottle of wine, we played records for 4 hours under a blistering July sun in New York, we spent a day in the most beautiful spa in Budapest, we’ve heard our nervous voices on radio and TV, we’ve played records after two sold out Saint Etienne shows (but to be honest, only a handful stayed behind to see us), we’ve written a song together with our idol Clare Grogan (although we did managed to botch it) and we got sampled by Lil B. But it’s the little moments that has been the most dear to our hearts, like the days and nights in Brackenbury Village that we spent in our manager’s back yard with his wonderful wife and sons, who made us feel like part of the family, or being drunk on airplanes, just the two of us, and all the people we’ve been fortunate enough to get to know, if only for a night.

And we have probably produced 7 albums since No Way Down; a UK Garage record, a house record, an r ‘n’ b record… but we’ve never been able to finish anything, nothing was ever good enough. We have tried so hard, and we truly gave it all we had. And now we have decided to stop trying, even though it breaks our hearts. But for all the reasons mentioned above, and for a thousand more, we don’t regret a thing.

We wish we could thank all the people who has helped and inspired us, but we’d probably forget to mention half of you, so here’s just a big thank you to those who were involved in the making of the record: Teresa and Kajsa for singing so beautifully, Angelica of Body Language for lending her voice to a song that would have been called “I always think about you when I’m drunk”, our patron Kevin Campbell who helped us in giving this record one last chance (there are no words that can describe just how grateful we are), our Eric of Sincerely Yours, our manager David Laurie, our publisher XL, Joe for running our facebook page.

And much love to Rich Thane, families and girlfriends, sister Hanna, Henning Fürst, Marc Hogan, all of you who sent us letters, all of you who stuck around to watch us play, and all of you who opened your homes and hearts and cars and took us to water falls, big squares, beaches, record stores, monuments, valleys, mountains and zoos.

Goodbye for now. Who knows, maybe we’ll see you again in another shape. After all, we’re people that never stop dreaming.

Henrik and Joel
Gothenburg

(all rights to theairfrance.tumblr.com)



sara sampaio is hot in calzedonia (italian WW brand) that's super...

she's also listed  in hottest women of the week in picture GQ england, nice to see some portuguese girls hitting the fashion scene outside

ohhh Annieeee

sábado, 7 de abril de 2012

ahahah serena has it

SOON .fantastic Cat asks "bonde do role" 3 questions

qual é a diferença

é frequente ouvirmos termos como "bitch" "neager", letras carregadas de chauvinismo, misoginia, xenofobia, seja de modo indirecto ou não, o que é que se passa com os homossexuais histéricos, porque há um jamaicano que fala vernáculo sobre a comunidade gay nas sua músicas???... não há pessoas melhores que outras, e é preciso que aprendam... em último caso, só ouve a música do Sizzla quem quer, quem gosta, ninguém é obrigado... a liberdade de expressão permite-nos escrever o que nos apetece e ouvir o que bem entendemos... se começarmos a censurar, metade das músicas não poderiam ser editadas...
é patético... e é um tiro no pé, ainda bem que o concerto não foi cancelado, porque felizmente estamos num país livre... acima de tudo, LIVRE DE ESCOLHAS...


it's britney "bitch" (bitchs deste país, manifestem-se)

sexta-feira, 6 de abril de 2012

Feliz Páscoa Happy Easter Joyeuses Pâques Buona Pasqua Frohe Ostern 復活節快樂

what if Moses was black

uma fábula divertida, sobre um Moisés negro, chefe de um gang, ouve-se a certa altura "os aliens são invasores criados pela polícia, porque nós (no ghetto) não nos estamos a matar uns aos outros de modo suficiente". Um filme divertido, actual, e didáctico até certo ponto, não ter saldo no telemóvel é mesmo um dos maiores problemas da juventude actual :O)... a ver.

terça-feira, 3 de abril de 2012

nega do cabelo duro REWORK

banda uó

.fantastic Cat asks the "kids on a crime spree" 3 questions

1) What is your main inspiration when writing songs (bands, moods whatever)?

Carol King, Phil Spector, and the Brill Building in general. I love their classic song structure and melody. 
I’m stuck in those eras recording techniques and style.

2) What are your plans for this year, just touring or another record?

New record and tour. We didn’t properly promote the e.p. We’re old. We have jobs.

3) When are u coming to Europe, how is it in terms of marketing and publicity to spread your music even more?

We would dig to go to Europe. We have many friendly folks asking us to come out. We’d really would like to. We just need to get a promoter to help us out. HELP!!!


Thanks a lot Mario.












kids on a crime spree are 

                                                                          Mario Hernandez
                                                                                  Bill Evans
                                                                                 Becky Barron