Monday, December 7, 2009

Wow....Long Time no see

Sorry, we haven't updated this page in so long. We've been really busy with music and shows. We also started putting more videos up on So check us out and subscribe:

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*Album update:

The FlowEthics LP is finished, we're just saving up money for pressing. We think we have a solid all ages venue that's open for booking our event, so keep your ears open for that.

*Our next show is going to be on December 19th, 2009 in Rancho Mirage, CA. Again it's an all ages benefit concert with all proceeds going to the Invisible Children Benefit:

*Sorry for the sloppy updates. One of my goals is to keep this page updated as much as possible...I will do my best haha.

-One love

Thursday, September 10, 2009

FPAC 2009

We will be performing on the generation stage on Sat Sept 12th around 2 pm

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Sunday, April 12, 2009

April 16th @ CSUSB Make a Wish Benefit

good cause, good music, come rock with us

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

IP MAN (2008)


Ip Man is adapted from the life story of Ip Man, the grandmaster of the Wing Chun style of martial arts and sifu of legendary kung fu superstar Bruce Lee. This film is the first important record of the master's life.

Directed by Wilson Yip

Starring: Donnie Yen, Simon Yam, Hiroyuki Ikeuchi, Fan Siu Wong.

Saw this about a month ago. As with most Wilson Yip/Donnie Yen movies....great on action, lacking on plot. They try to make it more dramatic, but for me it comes out a little corny. Some of the scenes feel like scenes from Johnnie To flicks...which I think they actually bit from. Donnie Yen has great screen presence and charisma as Ip Man, but I think every scene that Fan Siu Wong is in, he steals the show. Fan Siu Wong plays a martial artist from the north who later becomes a bandit. Good supporting cast, I just wish they would have gone into a little more detail with the other masters. I don't want to give too much away, but if you're into HK action, you'll definitely love this one. Donnie Yens action choreography is top notch. The hits and stunts are hardcore, like in Flash Point. Simple story, could have been told a lot better. I still think Flash Point is better, action wise and story wise (just a little). But most of Wilson Yips films are pretty forgettable story wise anyway.