Hey kids, ever wonder what it would be like to work for a TV station in Japan?
How is she so sexy, yet self-respecting? How is any of this possible?
Don't you just adore music videos with wastelands? Especially when the music sounds like a weathered cassette tape that disintegrates the moment you put in the last Sony Walkman® on earth, the last time music will be heard before the sun balloons supernova-style and every trace of humanity is evaporated...
Here's a song called Super Drunk by a band called Gorky accompanied by a video of the Flintstones et al. being degenerates.
You know, I get it. It sounds weird. If I started dating someone new and we were talking about music we were into, I wouldn’t immediately lead him to throat singing. It’s an acquired taste, but once you’ve gotten used to the sound profile of throat singing, it’s easier to find it more than just...
The songs that were made under the direction of USA Records required a bit more polish. The result is a collection that is more melodic and poppy, with less scuzz and unpredictability than other ‘60s garage and psych comps, but are still fun, fast, and an absolute joy to listen to.
De'Lunula Media, in partnership with Vanishing House Productions, are thrilled to present our latest visual offering: No Volcano's "The Long Game." A music video loosely based on "The Steadfast Tin Soldier" by Hans Christian Andersen, this ominous rabbit-hole trip combines shadow puppetry with taxidermic beetles and kaleidoscopic disasters.
Personally, I'm glad glitch art is trendy. I hope all the stupid idiot 13-year old kids who are too young to get it and complain in YewToob comments get more and more angry. I hope glitch art takes over the world.
Rock would not exist without blues. Blues would not exist without slavery. Racial inequality would not exist without white people. If that’s the way you justify the belief that rock ‘n roll was birthed by The White Man, well, then shit, I can’t really argue with that logic.