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Released |Duration : 1 hours 54 minutes


DIRECTED BY : Travis Knight.

PRODUCED BY : Michael Bay, Stephen Davis.

GENRE : Drama, Action, Adventure, Science Fiction.

VIDEO : 720p.

LANGUAGE : English.


COUNTRY : United States of America.

PRODUCTION BY : Hasbro, Paramount.


Movie ‘Bumblebee’ was released in December 15, 2018 in genre Drama. Travis Knight was directed this movie and starring by John Cena. This movie tell story about On the run in the year 1987, Bumblebee finds refuge in a junkyard in a small Californian beach town. Charlie, on the cusp of turning 18 and trying to find her place in the world, discovers Bumblebee, battle-scarred and broken. When Charlie revives him, she quickly learns this is no ordinary yellow VW bug.


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The Westport Saloon aims to bring roots music back to Westport

westport saloon 01Kansas City’s The Westport Saloon (located in the former Dark Horse Tavern space at 4112 Pennsylvania) has only been open a scant few months, but it has a focus in mind: to spotlight each and every night of the week the incredible roots music that was crossing owner Travis Field‘s path.

“When we opened our doors in early September, it was my intention to offer American roots music in a high traffic area in Westport,” said Fields in an e-mail interview. “With our location, we have the opportunity to showcase these acts and this genre to people who are often coming to Westport as a destination, and then stumbling across original music that they wouldn’t have known to go out of their way for.”
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Becky Lee & Drunkfoot, “Hello Black Halo” LP

cover-becky-lee-and-drunkfootIf the Dead Weather is when Jack White backs the Kills, then Becky Lee And Drunkfoot is the equivalent of Alison Mosshart fronting the White Stripes. Becky Lee and Drunkfoot is Becky Lee and her one-woman blues band. It’s a little dry and basic, although Becky Le certainly has a pleasant enough voice.

While I’m not suggesting that a female-fronted act is less intriguing when the frontwoman isn’t sultry as a generality, I will suggest that if Ms. Lee rocked something other than country church vocals, Hello Black Halo would certainly be more entertaining. It may simply be that when you’re playing a drum kit and guitar simultaneously, some form of emoting has to go out the window.
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Andre Williams, “Life” LP

cover-andre-williams-life90% of Andre Williams‘ latest, Life, is stone-cold cool. Alive Records put the man with with a team of musicians who know how to rock that back-alley juke joint vibe. This is some after-hours shit. “Stuck In the Middle” and “Heels” groove and sway. Smooth. Not quite silky … more like a black cup of coffee, the way it warms with its heat and bites just enough at the end to let you know it’s working — not unlike a stiff shot of rye.

Yeah, I know Williams is 100% stone cold sober on Life, but these are the tales of a man who knows what it’s like to be blisteringly blasted past all sense. His voice shows its age, but the band knows how to work alongside it, and age brings knowledge and experience in this case, not wear and tear.
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Hank Haint, “Blackout” LP

cover-hank-haintI’m usually a little skittish about one-man band blues stuff, especially on Voodoo Rhythm. Sometimes you get psychotic weirdness that’s wonderful, a la the Reverend Beat Man. Often, you get off-key, white boy blues like Delaney Davidson. It’s this lack of assurance that gives me pause every time I push play on anything from the label carrying the “one-man” tag.

Hank Haint‘s debut LP, Blackout, is exactly what I want in a one-man blues band. I want it dirty, I want it scuzzy, I want it stomping, and I’d like it to be the sort of thing I’d sing along to when I was a little drunk. Haint succeeds on all levels.
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The Pussywarmers, “The Chronicles of…” LP

cover-pussywarmersThe Pussywarmers
The Chronicles of the Pussywarmers
(Voodoo Rythm)

There’s a certain tendency to lump together all the bands of that late ’20s / early ’30s stripe into one big “retro” camp. Be it the Squirrel Nut Zippers, the World/Inferno Friendship Society, or – in this case – the Pussywarmers – the bands take the doo-wacka-doo of hokum acts, the hot jazz sound of Parisian combos, and elements of early folk blues, and infuse them with a bit of punk flair.
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The Juke Joint Pimps, “Boogie the Church Down” LP

cover-juke-joint-pimps-boogie-chruchThe Juke Joint Pimps
Boogie the Church Down
(Voodoo Rhythm)

What you’ve got hear is a split album by one band. On the a-side, you’ve got the Juke Joint Pimps doing their usual two-man blues thing. The duo sounds an awful lot like the Black Keys, right down to frontman Mighty Mike sounding so much like Dan Auerbach, it’s scary. “Delta Trip” is vintage Keys, and could’ve been billed as a lost track off The Big Come Up without anyone being the wiser.
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Capsule reviews

It’s that time again… when I have too many cds to write up fully. You should know the drill by now. Short review for each cd, with links to songs where possible. Enjoy.

Blowfly – “Blowfly’s Punk Rock Party” (Alternative Tentacles)
Blowfly is the filthiest thing ever. The alter ego of ‘70s songwriter Clarence Reid, Blowfly takes popular tunes and reworks them into sexually explicit versions, much like a porno freak Weird Al. This album is all punk songs. The Clash’s “Should I Stay Or Should I Go?” becomes “Should I Lay This Big Fat Ho?”, Black Flag’s “TV Party” becomes “VD Party”, etc. If you know the originals, then funny overcomes the disturbing. The last six songs are slightly cleaned up for airplay, and they’re still really wrong.
Download “Punk Rock Party megamix

The Bronx – “The Bronx (II)” (Island Records)
The Bronx return with their second full-length, and major label debut. It sounds like they’ve been listening to a lot of Foo Fighters and AC/DC. The screamy angriness of their first album is pretty much gone here, and it makes for a lesser album. It’s good, but not awesome, which is sad. A couple of tracks make for a rocking experience, but for the most part, this album is completely disposable.
Download “History’s Stranglers

Various Artists – “Ghouls Gone Wild” (Poptown Records)
This right here is a compilation of tracks dealing with subjects such as the undead (both zombies and vampires), as well random beasties, to say nothing of sadomasochism. Most of the artists are either straight-up rock or rockabilly acts, although there are a couple electronic Ministry-type bands, too. Fun for late nights, and it’ll aid your parties immensely come Halloween.

Electric Six – “Switzerland” (Metropolis Records)
More of the same from these guys. As we all know, Electric Six want to be Queen so fucking bad, they covered “Radio Ga Ga” on their last record. Suffice it to say, there are not Freddie Mercury and company. And unfortunately, on this album, we don’t even get a “Gay Bar” or “Danger! High Voltage!” to liven stuff up. There are a couple disco-rock tracks that rise above the crap, but they’re still somewhat weak.

Roy & the Devil’s Motorcycle – “Because of Women” (Voodoo Rhythm)
This could be Social Distortion, only with more fuzz-tone in the guitars, at least on the vocal tracks. The more instrumental stuff sounds pretty Ry Cooder-ish. The record’s got a sleepy sound to it, that’s pretty damn good for lazy afternoons. The covers (4 out of 9 tracks) are the better stuff here, even though they tend to lean on a Black Keys knock-off sound.
Download “Dark Sunday Evening

The Come ‘n’ Go – “2” (Voodoo Rhythm)
Dirty, nasty garage rock that sounds like early JSBX or Oblivians. Conveniently, they even cover the Oblivians’ “There’s No Butter For My Bread.” This is blues-rock-garage that’ll wake any listener out of a funk and move them to get a little shake in their hips. Granted, they’re from Switzerland, and you can understand maybe one word in five of what they’re saying, but the lack of coherency just makes you concentrate more on the rock.
Download “Manual Information

What a lovely surprise

After I got up this morning and was heartily annoyed by the ringing doorbell and the problems it brought (if you must know the details, it’s all here), I opened up my e-mail to find this lovely missive:

“William Elliott Whitmore will be playing several songs tomorrow morning, that’s Tuesday August 29th, at 10:30 AM at Love Garden. Love Garden will provide the coffee, you provide the coffee mugs.

Mickey Roy, Jack, Sam & Ernie.”

Well, since I had opted out of seeing him at the Jackpot the night before, I decided to make the most of my day free from school and work and try to start my day off again, this time on the right foot.

It was a wonderful way to spend a morning. There was plenty of coffee, and two plates of donuts, courtesy of Love Garden and Mr. Whitmore was wandering around chatting with everyone who’d made it up at that early hour after seeing him play the night before.

The show got started around 11 or so, and everyone tapped their feet and drank their coffee while he ran through around five or six tunes, to the delight of everyone. I felt like a serious idiot for having skipped the show the night before, despite being right across the street when it was going on. But sleep took precedence over live music, as it does from time to time. I did get to see him, tho’, and in a much cooler setting than a noisy bar.

As he’s on tour now, and you likely won’t have the second chance I did, do go check him out. It’s one man with guitar and banjo, singing songs in a voice that’s far older and wiser than he. Down-home, bluesy stuff that I’d highly recommend for fans of the Black Keys or Tom Waits.

The Chariot

See photos from the Love Garden performance over at Rock Star Photography.