What happens when the already kind of lame parkour meets awful dancing that requires no skill at all? This horrendous display of hopping around and looking stupid. These two have the grace of people in the front row of a Dave Matthews concert. Not only do they confidently display their mediocrity, but they do it for almost six minutes. This tape was edited also, so what kind of bulk footage did they have to sift through to get this-the best of the best? One of the finest things to happen from the spawn of the internet is the amount of people who are willing to get in front of a camera and share what they falsely think is a talent. Let’s hope these two don’t accidentally procreate!Continue Reading →
Names like Kanye West and Bob Dylan aren’t typically uttered in the same sentence. Until now, the two have been so divided in music genre that only mashup artists would even dare to pair the two – here’s an infographic that shows the similes of Kanye West and Bob Dylan, and the words used in their songs.Continue Reading →
The similarities here are uncanny, but entertaining. See how similar Black’s song is compared to the classic Beatles ‘A Day in the Life’.
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Forget Bieber Fever, The ‘Black Plague’ is sweeping every interweb channel, clogging up the arteries and bleeding out the tubes. Today is the day. It’s not tomorrow, and it’s not the following day — it’s just Friday.
13 year old Rebecca Black’s parents thought it’d be nice to treat their daughter to a studio session with producers at Ark Music Production. This package included an auto-tuned rendition of the simplistic-at-best song Â ’Friday’ which included a fully (hilarious) produced music video. The song premise is simple, as are the lyrics. It’s about a girl and how much she looks forward to the weekend with her friends. Her song is for sales on iTunes, and with the sweeping sensation that Rebecca Black is, she’s passed her icon Justin Bieber on the top 100 itunes most popular chart. Wowwww.Continue Reading →
We can almost hear/see/smell/feel summer coming, and seeing as it’s the weekend, we just want to unwind and listen to some summer jams. Composed of the late Jay Reatard’s former band members on drum and bass, Wavves are quickly rising in fanbase and are touring non-stop.Continue Reading →
Abbey Road was the 11th album from the Beatles and is debatable as one of their best. Released in 1969, it contains some of my favorite songs of theirs, “Come Together”, “Here Comes The Sun”, and “Her Majesty”. The album cover itself is almost as equally iconic. Here are some covers of the cover that should get you smiling.Continue Reading →
Three guys, Thomas Holden, Sam Binstead & James Cronin (better known as Envelope Generator) play 6 Keyboards (ARP Axxe, KORG MicroKORG, KORG Triton Extreme 61, M-Audio Axiom 61, Roland Juno 6, Yamaha SHS-10 Keytar) to pull off a fantastic set of of classic 80′s jams.Continue Reading →
At first glance you might just blow this off as another bum in a subway begging for change. After listening for a little while, you get chills because of how eerily similar this guy is channeling his inner Kurt Cobain.
We just hope Courtney Love’s doppelganger doesn’t get to him.
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