Apparently they invented HD video format just in time to catch Nirvana live on French TV in 1994. This gives us a chance to appreciate one of the world’s greatest rock ‘n’ roll bands in full effect, but there’s more to it. Besides the magnificent crispness, this gives a sense […]
Archive for March 2013
In June 1970, Major League Baseball pitcher Dock Ellis thought he had the day off, so he took some LSD. He was wrong. He didn’t have the day off, his team the Pittsburgh Pirates were flying to San Diego to play the Padres that day. And he was high on […]
Here’s some hope for humanity right here. In this TED talk, Dr Allen Savory explains his ideas on reversing desertification, learnt in the African bushveld. While his views have not gone unchallenged, (not least by Ralph Maughan here) they do make sense at first blush. Savory maintains that far from […]
It’s Living Legend Day at Sheer Sound. Zimbabwean chimurenga master Thomas Mapfumo arrives in a funky pinstriped business suit to discuss his deal, while his countryman and fellow national treasure Oliver Mtukudzi holds a series of media interviews. There’s a bizarre moment in the corridors of the record company as […]
Finalist for an MK Award in the category Best SFX/Animation video.
It’s Jacko’s Human Nature vs Fela’s Me No Get Eye For Back. The King of Pop and the President of the Kalakuta Republic. And what’s best is it’s a sound and video mashup featuring some footage from MJ’s This Is It funeral doccie and a live performance of Anikulapo with […]
Iconic Lines (Post 1970) Mashups — MOVIECLIPS.com
The pleasant crushing sound, the raw power of the miniature battering ram, the rhythmic repetitiveness of placing the cans and seeing them fall into the bin. Watching this Pitman drive can crusher in action may well be the path to enlightenment. We could watch this thing until we slip into […]
This is how bacon is supposed to be! A man in love with his double cheeseburger. Slow death by cholesterol poisoning for the mfkn win!
Obsessed by this, despite myself.