Author Archives: Darrell Maddox

Anime Review: Bleach Uncut Blu-Ray Set 2

Roses are bloody red, and the violence in Bleach Blu-ray volume 2 is true. In the month of love, Viz Media has lovingly released the second volume of their Bleach Blu-ray set. If you have not seen the first, then I suggest you read my previous review, to see what you might have missed. Of course, this second installment is ...

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Album Review: Maverick Da Roninn – Libra Complex

After another journey into the unknown a lone figure walks back into the fires of lyrical combat and with a quick slash of his audio katana Maverick Da Roninn has just taken down multiple opponents with the dropping of Libra Complex Maverick takes a raw approach in this album. The masterful use of basslines, some creative snare riffs, strings and ...

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Album Review: Tekforce – Server Crash Part 1

Tekforce is back at it again with Server Crash Part 1. What can I say about this dude other than he brings his own unique style to his music, the use of synths, some tight percussion, and free flowing instrumentals. I am definitely digging it like a badger mole. Tek brings this futuristic vibe in his music. Now knowing that ...

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Album Review: 1-UP – Nerdcore Emulation Station 3 (NES3)

Sometimes you come across an album that makes you bob your head from the first track. NES3 pretty much does that. It’s like getting hit by an Ali quick jab and a follow up with an over hand right, that rings the bell of your auditory system in a good way “Down goes Frazier!” 1UP definitely brings an unique style ...

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Album Review: SkyBlew – The Cowardly Boy

Just when you think SkyBlew has outdone himself, he comes back yet again and surprises you. This time his new CD The Cowardly Boy SkyBlew shows just why he is meant for greatness. From the first to last track, this is nothing but the SkyBlew experience we know and love and done only as he can do it. The feel ...

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Nerdcore Spotlight: Haru – Warm It Up

It’s very rare that I get a chance to write articles about artist in my home state of Alabama, let alone my city where I was born and raised, but sometimes the universe has a way of making things happen in a good way for you. I was chilling at my frat brother Freeze’s studio just hanging out before doing ...

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Album Review: The Epitome – Trill Murray

Sometimes you have music that just sets itself apart from everything else out there and The Epitome – Trill Murray is no exception. This album is laid back to the point that I just wanted to lay into my whole bottle of Courvoisier because it was just too smooth and mellow. Let’s get into this review. Trill Murray is an ...

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Album Review: JustHis League – Free Comic Book Day

Sometimes you have an album that projects dominance from the moment you hear it. JustHis League, which pays homage to the Justice League, does that in volumes and music of this caliber can only be inspired by the elements of hip hop that had some kind of freak accident that gave this album performance superpowers. This was literally lyrical ambrosia. ...

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Anime Review: Bleach Uncut Blu-Ray Set 1

Before I get into this review, I just wanted to say a couple words about the series itself. With Tite Kubo’s Bleach manga finally ending after 74 volumes, it is a hard pill to swallow for some fans because the final arc of the manga did not get touched on in the anime. We all know that Kubo had his ...

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Album Review: Gizmo – Attack on Negatron

Sitting back, relaxing and just reminiscing on how rap was so diverse and unique back in the day, I had the privilege of listening to hip/hop when it was still meaningful and had the kind of impact that made you want to support an artist and show undying love to the art form. It has become apparent that these days, ...

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