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The God, Sex & Death is a comedy based show which leans to the dark side of the entertainment spectrum with comedians, storytellers and musicians talking, reading and/or singing about one or all of our subjects. Each show will have a guest "sex mentor" taking audience questions, a "religious of the month" segment exploring fascinating and no-so-known details and then we present "fact" about God, sex & death... some true, some not. You may also be entertained by an interview with a former cult member, a talk by a dominatrix or a hilarious funeral director.
Warning: "this show contains themes and language that may be inappropriate for younger or more sensitive viewers. There are bad words said and adult themes discussed... one comic even intelligently defended bestiality, it was funny, believe me... Actually two comics did. Well one did, the other guy just made a joke about doing it."
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AM & Shawn Lee bring us their second full length LP La
Musique Numérique: a sun-filled, space funk masterwork
blending early digital technology with decade blurring songwriting
transporting listeners deeper into the sonic crates from which the
music was born. However these out-sound influences aren't plugged into a computer program and spit out through modern day micro
technology. The instruments are played, the vocals are sung and
the songs are written, proving an even stronger connection to
the past. Album lead off "Two Times" introduces a Sleng Teng
Riddim influenced sex groove complete with unexpected synth
jabs and smooth soulful vocals while a rendition of Joe Jackson's
1982 hit "Steppin' Out" sees the new wave classic taken deeper
into the cosmos. La Musique Numerique's interstellar journey
takes you in and out of faded memories of disco, funk, soul and
reggae but never sets foot on any of these planets; never colonizes
one style. It is, in effect, pure AM & Shawn Lee.