Especially that SuperBass song! We don’t know why, but it is indeed so. This advance for humanity was brought to you by Nicholas MinJayZ of Vancouver Canada. For more of this incidental genius, visit the Soundcloud. Then go back to your life.
Archive for November 2012
“I just worked out what it is! It’s my jacket that’s making me play so bad.” Indeed it is, because when Justin takes off his jacket and stashes it on the shelf next to the jukebox, his play does improve. He sinks six balls without reply, and what began as […]
We’re not for a second implying that we would not have had a turbo-shart down our leg if we were put in the same position. But the fact that it’s not us provides a certain smug separation from the unbridled terror these pranksters have managed to generate. The dude at […]
The keyboard player could’ve had three heads and we wouldn’t have noticed. The dude on sampler or whatever could’ve had a cock so big he was rolling it around on a rickshaw ride and it would’ve escaped our notice. The guy on the AV vibes we noticed because he was […]
This performance closed this week’s American Music Awards. Current lord of the Multipipe Korean rapper PSY has amassed something like 779 million views with his Gangnam Style video. So who better to team up with on his coming-out performance than the man who did the equivalent thing 20 years ago, […]
A lot of freestyle raps are actually some prepared rhymes with the odd topical phrase thrown in to make it look improvised. But one way to really make sure your boy is freestyling is to throw fresh topics at him while he’s rapping, in the middle of his flow and […]
Leftist intellectual and cultural philosopher Slavoj Zizek holds forth on the role of the Left viz a viz capitalism. By way of illustration, he tells an ancient Russian joke dating back to the days of the Mongol occupation.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xgIIi3pzl9E Our mates at Blogger At Large inform us that the traditional Ka Mate haka was composed around 1820 and is common to many parts of New Zealand culture, performed on numerous occasions, by men, women, sports teams, the armed forces and Kiwis in pubs after the Hurricanes beat the […]
Spoken-word fusion? Heartfelt yet flippant, arrogant and humble? Well, if you’re trying to find how to do it best, you need to start with Lenny Bruce. Here he mixes in beat poetry, comedy, lounge jazz and doggerel rhyme in this version of All Alone.
So, we’re not going to lie. We were so fascinated by Clayton Cubitt‘s erotic fusion of high and low art in his Hysterical Literature series that we featured earlier. So we did some further… Let’s call it “research”. If you’re familiar with the art form, Hysterical Literature is a series […]