Seriously. Just… seriously. What is this even, y’all? From that place that finds other horrible things from a decade ago and posts them onto their intertubes e-webpage.
Tag Archive: music
Nov 01 2013
Jul 01 2013
When in Minnesota, do as the Minnesotans do. Like the folks at MST3k, who are definitely Minnesotan. Happy Canada Day!
Jun 26 2013
Chrono Trigger is probably my favorite RPG of all time. I bought it on the day it came out, having to sell half my SNES collection to afford it, and I sucked the marrow out of that game. I played through to all 14 endings, I got probably every secret, I did every side quest. …
Mar 18 2013
They didn’t seat me in row 666, there were no pamphlets on salvation, and the seats — cramped though they were — were a hell of a lot more comfortable than those pews look. And frankly, the pilot’s rapping wasn’t nearly good enough to cause the spontaneous generation of breakdancing angels. Via Everything Is Terrible, …
Mar 01 2013
Amanda Palmer talks about how she’s monetized her art in a non-traditional manner, and how much success she has had and how much money she has made despite giving her music away for free. Her husband had some words about piracy that dovetail beautifully with Amanda’s philosophy. They got me to thinking — how much …
Jan 05 2013
This is brilliant and even just by transposing the original tune onto real instruments, SongeLeReveur has added so much to this great tune. He considers himself a “barely average guitar player”. I think he sells himself well short.
Dec 07 2012
Via CompulsoryAccount7746, Justin Griffith, and the Youtube recommended links on the last video I posted today, every song in the whole universe is identical zomg!!! Okay, not every song, and not identical, but there’s a crapload that are comprised of the same four chords. This isn’t exactly a new observation, but seeing Axis Of Awesome …
Dec 07 2012
Some fun math for your Friday. Vsauce discusses whether or not it’s possible to ever run out of new music, directly challenging the thought that the lack of originality in popular music is due to us hitting some sort of “peak creativity”. The number of possible combinations of bits that make up a valid mp3 …