Game of Thrones: Best Review, Recap and Rewind Shows Online

It’s already mid season for Game Of Thrones and we are starting to feel the injustice of a finale all too near. But we don’t come to TV for justice but rousing entertainment which Game of Thrones Season Four delivers on all fronts for a hungry fan base. And that fan base can match the production with just as creative appreciation, which is why I am listing my top Game of Thrones Web Review and Recap shows for 2014 What The Flick What The Flick rises from what would have been a mere honorable mention last year, with their too-short ten minute reviews, to this year being at the top of the list with their forty minute plus recaps. It’s really almost as long as …

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Hemlock Grove: Silly, Gory, Netflix Filler

The last thing I was looking to watch was another vampire or werewolf drama but there was something about the Twin Peaks meets True Blood set-up, alongside the scare powered production credentials of horror director/actor/producer Eli Roth, that made me curious about Hemlock Grove. All twelve episodes of season one dropped April 2013 on NetFlix but in my world though it failed to net any of the buzz of say House of Cards or Orange is the New Black, I discovered Hemlock Grove long after the fact but it seems just in time before season two. Lack of an instantaneous fandom is not necessarily an immediate reflection on the quality of a show. It’s all too easy to get lost in the binge watching shuffle …

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Listening To Spring

As the winds of March have blown through to April’s showers my indoor studio time winds down. Before I depart to embrace the sunlight of spring I wanted to share and pay due to the uptempo and downtempo releases that have been audio company for the last few weeks.

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LIQUID STRANGER- Steel Trap EP

A follow-up to his The Intergalactic Slapstick full-length, the Steel Trap EP has Liquid Stranger (aka Martin Stääf) putting the emphasis back on to the dub in dub-step. It really is in the balance between the two where Liquid Stranger excels. Steel Trap EP, featuring two remixes and three new tracks, cleanly blends plenty of old school effects and samples with all the heavy-weight woofer dub-step can offer. The bass-centric clarity and originality of his mixes are what’s earning Liquid Stranger the Mad Professor comparisons, and likewise through all the low frequency force, found in serious amplitude in “Aftershock,” Steel Trap’s reggae roots are what remain front and centre – the mainstay in fact of “Deep Down Below” and “Rough Road.” The EP wraps up …

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