Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Howling Halloween At Bongo Boy TV. Season 5 Episode 1093 Features Indie Music Videos And Exclusive Featured Short Film - Vicious Minds Project From Switzerland

Season 5 Episode 1093
Review by Dawn Beloit | Steel Notes Magazine

October - The Bongo Boy Rock N' Roll TV Show is proud to present the latest episode in their Rock N' Roll TV Show series, "Howling Halloween" featuring 6 Halloween Music production by talented independent international recording artists in 1 special � hour TV show.

This Bongo Boy TV produced episode airs on all 60+ channels in the Bongo Boy TV Network of broadcast from Mid-October till November 5th.

With broadcast rotation in New York on Tuesday October 28th at 8:30pm in Manhattan and on November 5th at 5:00pm in all the 5 boroughs of New York City. For a complete broadcast schedule, please visit http://www.bongoboytv.com

Chicago native, Sarantos uses his bazaar sense of humor in his "Halloween Song" video. Halloween is my favorite holiday and I found this video hysterical. The video is a goofy spoof on Halloween folklore and associations. With a Michael Jackson zombie character in Michael's "Thriller" get up and parodies on the Bloody Mary legend , you cannot help but have fun with this video.

Web site: https://www.melogia.com/
Music Video Director: Sarantos

Los Angeles native, Characula is a sexy Elvira character in her "Mummy Dance" video. With less than serious Egyptian symbolism and Siouxsie and The Banshees vocals, Characula does a good job in this spooky video. Let us not forget the tarantula guest star just for those with a bit of arachnophobia.
Web Site: http://www.characula.com/
Music Video Director: Martin Julian, CSC

Swiss native, Michael Resin is back in the Bongo Boy set list; this time with a short film/music video. Jumping on the zombie apocalypse bandwagon; Resin's main character is duped by zombies and turned into one. Of course, this would not be a Michael Resin video without a few crooning zombies. The short film has good cinematography and is engaging for the Halloween aficionados.
Vicious Minds Project http://www.michaelresin.com/vicious-minds-project
Web Site: www.michaelresin.com
Film Director: Michael Resin

Philadelphia's Frankie Storm looks more like a young Iman than an assassin but she means business. With her song "Shooter" Storm may seem more at home modeling assault weapon fashion than haute couture but she certainly can hold her own in the hip hop/R&B genre. The video may not t for the faint of heart but Frankie Storm's vocals and video character portrayal certainly make her a force to be reckoned with.
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/OfficialFrankie
Music Video Director: Shannon Muir

Another Swiss native, Nick Le Juge provides an instrumental backdrop to a biker bar execution video. "Dancing on My Grave" is filmed in a motorcycle club where the locals participate in an electric chair surprise complete with a metal pasta strainer head gear and some very cool special effects make up. Le Juge's music reminds me a bit of The Cult, I would be curious to hear what else the band has in store.
Web Site: http://www.nicklejuge.com/home/
Music Video Director: Julien Humbert-Droz

VERONIKA performs a brief stint that adds a bit of flair to the episode. The sultry, Ukrainian singer is a video darling. "Camera" is an interesting artistic concept and Veronika could easily double as a fashion model. Featuring. Francois Sagat
Gallery Music Video Photos: http://veronika.us/gallery/gallery-1/
WebSite: http://www.veronika.us
Music Video Director: Yevgeniy Timokhin

The Accelerators from New Jersey with "Sex In The Cemetery", this band have an uncanny, similar sound to The Ramones. I was expected them to launch into "Pet Cemetery" at any moment. A band with a late 1970s punk feel and when the lead vocalist has a "Ghost Hunters" shirt, you can't go wrong.
Website: https://www.facebook.com/The-Accelerators-122110491132320/
Music Video Director: Ron Nole

The Bongo Boy Rock N' Roll TV Show is produced by Grammy members Gar Francis and Monique Grimme and is fully funded by sponsorships from all the indie musicians and their affiliations in each episode and Bongo Boy Records. Bongo Boy TV produces and distributes the Bongo Boy Rock N' Roll TV Show, which puts the spotlight on independent artists and their music videos worldwide. All TV episodes are available on their online channel: http://vimeo.com/bongoboy

Bongo Boy TV is Real Television on 54 channels across the USA offered in 2 regions � New York City and National.

Bongo Boy TV is also available via GO INDIE TV RokuChannel, AppleTV and Amazon FireTV via GO INDIE TV. Also you can watch the series on DISH ON DEMAND made possible by ROCKSTAR Multi Vitamins and Galaxy Television Network. For a complete broadcast schedule, please visit http://www.bongoboytv.com Email: bongoboytv@aol.com

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