Daily Archives: March 14, 2017

American Standards Releases New Video for "Writers Block Party"

American Standards have released a new video for “Writers Block Party”. Check it out HERE. http://www.nataliezworld.com/search/label/News


Inklings Release Video for "Let It Out"

Inklings have released a new video for “Let It Out”. Check it out HERE. http://www.nataliezworld.com/search/label/News


Metal Will Top the Charts in 2017!

Metal as a genre, doesn’t really get enough respect, as it should. It’s always the genre that most people know about it, but then don’t know much about if at all. We all know the …Read More


Oceanwide – The Moving Forward

One man projects can be tough, but for Bulgarian guitarist/song writer Marin Bezhanov, it was easy. Well…. sort of, formed in November 2015 by Marin, as a studio project, and his wants and needs to …Read More


Dope Releases Ministry Cover Video of "Thieves" featuting Andy LaPlegua of Combichrist

Dope has released a cover video for Ministry’s song “Thieves” which features Combichrist’s Andy LaPlegua. Check it HERE. http://www.nataliezworld.com/search/label/News


Destruction Announces "Under Attack" US Tour

Destruction have announced a headlining run in the U.S. with support coming from Warbringer and Jungle Rot, as well as Hellbender and Demons Within. The tour kicks off May 22nd in Oakland, CA and runs …Read More


'Matrix' Reboot In Development at Warner Bros.

A reboot of the 1999 sci-fi classic The Matrix is in the works at Warner Bros., according to The Hollywood Reporter. Few details about the project exist, however, including the involvement of the original trilogy’s creators, the Wachowski sisters.

According to sources, Lilly and Lana Wachowski are not currently involved in the reboot and their relationship to any new project has yet to be determined. As for a star, sources noted an interest in Michael B. Jordan, while Alpha‘s creator and go-to superhero movie story- and scriptwriter Zak Penn might could write the treatment.

It’s also unclear what form the Matrix reboot would take. An idea to turn it into a TV show was scrapped, though there is apparently interest in mimicking the new Star Wars model, in which stand-alone films like Rogue One or the upcoming young Han Solo movie delve into specific stories of the larger cinematic universe.

In a recent interview, The Matrix‘s original star, Keanu Reeves, even expressed interest in reprising his role as Neo if the Wachowskis were involved. “They would have to write it and direct it,” he told Yahoo Movies. “And then we’d see what the story is, but yeah, I dunno, that’d be weird, but why not?”

The Matrix became an unexpected smash after its release in 1999, thanks to its revolutionary special effects and a story that questioned notions of reality at the outset of a new digital age. The film picked up four Academy Awards, and while its sequels, Matrix Reloaded and Matrix Revolutions, were less well received, they were huge box office successes.

Along with the trilogy, the Wachowskis contributed to other Matrix properties including The Animatrix, a collection of short anime films detailing the Matrix universe, and several video games. Outside of the franchise, the Wachowskis collaborated on Cloud Atlas, Jupiter Ascending, the V for Vendetta screenplay and the Netflix series, Sense8.

Related Content:


Launch Of The Honda Rebel + Aviator Nation Motorcycle At SXSW

Aviator Nation founder Paige Mycoskie with her custom-designed 2017 Aviator Nation + 2017 Honda Rebel MotorcycleAUSTIN, Texas, March 14, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — This year’s SXSW festival-goers will get an up-close and personal look at the ultimate motorcycle for the next generation of rider – the 2017 Honda Rebel & the Honda Rebel + Aviator Nation limited edition cruiser. The mainstream launch of…


Hear Sampha, XL Recordings Head Team on Two Striking New Songs

Sampha has teamed with XL Recordings head Richard Russell on two new songs for the latter’s upcoming project, Everything Is Recorded. Russell, who works as a producer along with helming XL, premiered the two tracks – “Close But Not Quite” and “Everything Is Recorded” – on his radio show for the British station Reprezent 107.3 FM.

“Close But Not Quite” starts at the 53:58 mark and finds Sampha singing over a jazzy piano melody and a swinging kitchen-sink rhythm section, which comprises everything from handclaps and bass pulses to metallic clangs. 

“Everything Is Recorded” (1:13:51) boasts a similar blend of instrumentals but moves with a sinister shuffle. Over the rumbling groove, Sampha sings, “Cause everything’s recorded/ And nothing is distorted/ And deep beneath the surface/ Your apathy is worthless.”

During the radio show, Russell also discussed collaborating with Damon Albarn, Syd, Kamasi Washington, Warren Ellis and Giggs on Everything Is Recorded. Last year, Russell was photographed in the studio working with Brian Eno, Peter Gabriel and Mark Ronson.

Russell has yet to share any details about the release of Everything is Recorded. His past production credits include Gil Scott-Heron’s I’m New Here, Albarn’s Everyday Robots and Bobby Womack’s The Bravest Man In the World.

As for Sampha, the British musician released his long-awaited debut album, Process, in February.

Related Content:


Vivid Sydney 2017: noch größer, lebendiger und bildreicher

Neu dabei: Barangaroo Schauplatz Royal Botanic Garden Sydney erweitert Goldfrapp, AIR und Nick Murphy bei Vivid MusicUS-Künstler Shepard Fairey als Headliner für Vivid Ideas Programm für 2017 und Videocontent unter: https://www.vividsydney.com/media-centre