Apparently Saatchi & Saatchi have teamed up with Vimeo for some sort of video project for Moby’s new album. I’m short on details for the project and time to look them up, so just enjoy the video (found via Phase02).
There doesn’t seem to be a whole lot of information about MC Fanatical AKA Fanatical AKA …who knows? The only real piece of audio information I’ve been able to dig up is the nerdcore masterpiece below.
I’m pretty sure its about Doctor Doom, but it could really be about any masked supervillain.
We’ve finally got some good weather here in the The Big Smoke AKA The T-Dot AKA Toronto, and I’ve really been digging the Waves ≠ Raves collection of mixes by the Gotta Dance Dirty Crew. All these tracks remind me of the time I was traveling in South East Asia and listening to nothing but great house music.
Here are a couple of my favorite tracks off of their recent editions:
Have you played Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP yet? You need to.
This iPad/iPhone game is the mythopoetic adventure that is sweeping Twitter. Seriously, just do a search for #Sworcery to see what I’m talking about.
The game also has a great soundtrack by Jim Guthrie.
Listen to the track below, then buy the game and full album on iTunes.
Learn more (including links to download the game) at SwordAndSworcery.com
Its no secret that I’m a fan of Nicki Minaj, and it sounds like I’m not the only one
Tigersapien put together this remix a little while ago, and it took me until now to listen to it. They do some pretty cool stuff.
My friend Chris Webden is a pretty cool guy. He’s so cool that there is even a Facebook fan page devoted to him.
He’s also got great taste in music, and today he introduced me to The Weeknd, describing them as “Like Hipster R&B, but not really R&B at all.”
I’ll leave it up for you to judge.
What You Need - The Weeknd
Like a Phoenix from the ashes, Britney has risen.
How many posts about electro-music and vampires can really be written? I mean SERIOUSLY - I’m even starting to get tired of these.
Nah, just kidding. I’ll never get tired of this type of stuff.
More Vampiric beats for you on 199X:
I used to be a pretty big Kylie Minogue fan, but I think Nicki Minaj has just replaced her as my number one celebrity crush. Realistically, she’s more just like the 21st century Foxy Brown.
What sold me was the video for Check It Out. Although it’s pretty much just visual treat to accompany the pop ear candy of the track, its still fun. I also like how they went with Korean characters. If you didn’t like that video, at least give the video for Your Love a shot.
Anyways, here are some tracks, including a nice piece of work from The Hood Internet.