My sister lived in Oklahoma for a few years; my flights to Oklahoma City were never this entertaining! Enjoy the latest viral vid below...
Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Monday, April 27, 2009
Friday, April 17, 2009
Again, my apologies for missing THREE weeks of the new music sampler. I've been enjoying many new releases on my daily commute via WTMD and XPN, but I have yet to post them on here.
I've decided to highlight a single from my favorite album release of each week. Enjoy!
Peter Bjorn & John - Nothing To Worry About
Looking forward to buying Living Thing and hearing more from these dudes.
Two other notable 3.31 releases: PJ Harvey & John Parish - A Woman A Man Walked By and Gomez- New Tide. Make sure to check out Indie Ear's SUPER TUESDAY list for 3.31.09.
Felice Brothers - Penn Station
I really enjoyed the Felice Brothers last album and am sure I will feel the same about Yonder is The Clock.
Also take a look at Neil Young - Fork In The Road and Bob Mould - Life and Times. SUPER TUESDAY list here.
The Kills - Black Balloon
Only know the following track from the Black Balloon EP, but I am ready to hear some more.
This week also brings us Silversun Pickups - Swoon. SUPER TUESDAY list here.
Posted by Skiddy at 11:35 AM
Monday, April 13, 2009
Tuesday, April 7, 2009
Urlesque has started compiling a list of The 100 Most Iconic Internet Videos. I took a look through it this afternoon and found quite a few videos that I had already seen, and others that were totally new to me. They've only released numbers 100 through 81, but they will be posting 10 new videos every week. I am excited to see more!
Below are three of my favorites on the list thus far.
#99. Scarlett Takes A Tumble
We've all seen this already, but I swear it gets better each time I watch it.
#92. Lightning Bolt!
Note to self: next time I'm involved in an intense LARP (Live Action Role Playing) game, definitely choose "lightning bolt" as my special power...it just sounds cool.
#91. The Average Home Boy
This gem was discovered by an MTV employee after nearly 17 years hidden on a shelf. And let me tell you, I am super thankful that this was found - it makes my life complete.
Posted by Skiddy at 10:29 PM