Turns out the iPhone grip of death is simply a "fact of life" with all wireless phones. If holding your phone makes your iPhone 4 signal drop dramatically, Apple would like you to know you should either hold it a different way or buy a case. From them. That sounds logical, right? Right. No, thanks. Also, introducing Rafe's new side project, oneleggedgoat.xxx. Enjoy.
The first video by Johnny Maverick Moore from his new record titled "Alone Again" Thanks for watching... I hope you enjoy Johnny
christian rock video. Trying all the different avenues of life and finally finding rest in faith.
Our second-ever lovermail edition spreads the love around to almost everyone at CNET TV. Thanks, guys!
NASA tricks us all into falling in love with a piece of machinery that's doomed to an icy death. What is this, a Greek tragedy? Sheesh.
The Loved Ones are a rock n roll outfit based loosely out of Philadelphia. Born in late 2003 singer/guitarist Dave Hause and his fellow cohorts DC based bassist Michael "Spider" Cotterman and drummer Mike Sneeringer are deeply steeped in their hometown lineage having initially offered up their talents as players in Kid Dynamite, The Curse, Trial By Fire, and for a time Paint It Black; where Hause handled axeman duties before leaving to front The Loved Ones. So while the three-piece is definitely a departure from the members past endeavors, the punk sensibilities, and organic approach to playing still remain paramount. Owing as much to Bruce Springsteen as say Dillinger Four, the end result mixes killer riffs and raspy vocals to explosive ends. Expect big things, as heartfelt hometown sing-alongs simply don't get any better than this.
In today's social climate dominated by capitalism and corporate strong-holding, the individual rights and voice of the common people are vastly diminishing. Even hip-hop, a culture born from the truest human will to express, is being poisoned by the sheer motivation of greed. Representing a conscious collective positioned opposite of today's "brainwash" culture, is a band that stands independently as a "group of the people, for the people": the Visionaries. The Visionaries are six diverse and unique individuals working as a unified team that cherishes and teaches the values of love, truth and humanity through their music. Visionaries' members: LMNO, 2Mex (OMD), Writer's Block (Zen and Dannu), Key-Kool, and DJ Rhettmatic (Beat Junkies), come from an assortment of cultural backgrounds and a plethora of life experiences, truly representing the dynamic essence of hip-hop. Translating their heart and soul through music, Visionaries possess the intangible ability of connecting with their listeners with a truly distinctive sound.
This is the second video from the self-titled album Holloway Street. We had a blast making it and hope you enjoy watching it as much as we did making it! It started out on my back porch and the rest is history. Who hasn't had a huge night, only to find out you can't remember a thing. Well, take a look and remember how it feels. If you would like to purchase a copy of our debut album, simply visit our website for delivery to anywhere in the world. www.hollowaystreet.com
CNET News.com reporter Greg Sandoval speaks with TVU Networks CEO Paul Shen about the company's peer-to-peer software, which enables people to stream live TV broadcasts on to the Web without any authorization and involves file-sharing--a word that always gives entertainment executives pause. \r\n
A bright original tune written by Jerry Hawkins and performed "Live" on television for Urban Almanac and Money Talks niteclub...(now Club "Gravity") - I have spent alot of time in niteclubs over the years and I found that one basic challenge to quite a number of men is simply going up to a lady and asking if she would like to dance with him. This is after talking to many dudes who go through a certain "ritual" with women in niteclubs....this song came about as a result. Mr. Bob Long of Tulsa's Guitar House and Urban Almanc made all this possible for television viewing. Pat Richardson, a very funny dude, guest M.C.'d this show. This was aired on Cable channel 10 and channel 41 television. Late..at nite.