There is quite few new songs which I’ve heard lately. Funny thing about those songs is that I’ve heard them before many years ago.
There is weird trend going on in music industry at the moment. Many hit songs are ripped together with the old songs. (Awkward) Feels like song makers has lost their mojo and inspiration.
Might be and probably is truth that I’m wrong, but think about it.
There was a time when these songs were hits, why would them work in modern world? Sure, music today has to keep youths only interest approximately 30 seconds and that’s it. Maybe this has the big influence in music.
Next zine tells the story of the “how-to” make hitlist song and enjoy at the progress..
Decade of decisions
Find the mixtape…
Find your audience… or get lost in the process…
That’s my thoughts about this trending style of making music, come on people. It’s okay to do it once in a while, but every artist doing it all the time just for trend..?!
This could be just me being that old fart, but I am on to something, I must be…
This one is for all those good ’Ol movie fans! Horror movies, has always touched my heart more than chick flicks, or drama movies.
This next zine is a good starting list, if you want to watch old horror. Of course these old flicks are nothing compared at modern horror, but the atmosphere in these movies is just astounding. Have to admit, those product years I had to check from the IMDB.
Take a seat and check these old flicks.. I’m quite sure that you will find something unseen.
“Traveler Allan Gray arrives in the village of Courtempierre and takes lodgings in a small inn. Gray has a great interest in the supernatural, particularly vampires. He’s barely settled in when he feels a sinister force descending upon him. In the night an old man enters his room to tell him ‘she must not die’. One of the old man’s daughters, Leone, has been bitten by a vampire. In order to break the curse, Gray and Leone’s sister Gisele must find the original vampire and drive a stake through her heart.
the Bride of Frankenstein is LGBTQ+ origins…wait what?
“In Mary Shelley’s original novel, Frankenstein, the creature demanded his creator forge a companion after being rejected. Although in Shelley’s original story, the monster’s companion never saw completion, for the sequel to 1931’s Frankenstein movie, Universal decided to bring his “mate” to life and see this idea to full fruition.”
“I’ll suck your blood..”
“Transylvanian vampire Count Dracula bends a naive real estate agent to his will, then takes up residence at a London estate where he sleeps in his coffin by day and searches for potential victims by night.”
“THEY GOT BARBARA!”
“A ragtag group of Pennsylvanians barricade themselves in an old farmhouse to remain safe from a horde of flesh-eating ghouls that are ravaging the East Coast of the United States.”
“One of the silent era's most influential masterpieces, Nosferatu's eerie, gothic feel and a chilling performance from Max Schreck as the vampire”
“Three go-go dancers holding a young girl hostage come across a crippled old man living with his two sons in the desert. After learning he's hiding a sum of cash around, the women start scheming on him. Three strippers seeking thrills encounter a young couple in the desert.”
This was so fun Zine to make, had to do some research for those long forgotten movies.
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