Friendzone - Netflix

Long-standing friendships will be tested as individuals try to navigate their way from best-friendship to relationship. What happens when you ask your best friend to help you prepare for an upcoming blind date... only to later reveal that the date is actually intended for the two of you! Will the feelings be mutual... or will your friendship be ruined forever?

Friendzone - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2011-11-01

Friendzone - DX (album) - Netflix

DX is the only studio album by American hip hop record production duo Friendzone. It was released on October 9, 2013. A music video was created for “Poly”. In an interview with Fact, James Laurence said, “DX is an album 100%, this is our heart and soul.” Dylan Reznick said, “I wanted to make an album that would make people's heads spin, make them rethink their ideas about music a little.”

Friendzone - Critical reception - Netflix

Fact placed the album at number 47 on the “50 Best Albums of 2013” list. Writing for Fact, John Twells described it as “the most distilled example of their sound – a sunny, hopeful fusion of 16-bit melodies, anime joy, IDM fuzz and Atlanta beats.” Cokemachineglow placed the album at number 3 on the “Top 30 Albums 2013” list. Brent Ables of Cokemachineglow wrote, “it marks their progression from top-notch producers to genuine composers in their own right.”

Friendzone - References - Netflix