Sunday, February 27, 2011

Esoteric - Palin Vick - A Sarah Palin Michael Vick Comparison

I'm trying to keep busy... check out this new video I put together for the always innovative and incredible Esoteric, for his track "Palin - Vick" from Boston Pharaoh -

Viewer discretion advised! A very thought provoking and insanely well-put recording -

JTTS - The Next Generation

Check out this new (epic) video I put together for the relaunching of Jump The Turnstyle -

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

DJ Knife Presents ... The Best Of Chainsaw Dubstep

The man DJ Knife is back in record time with a brand new mix, The Best of Chainsaw Dubstep. He came through C's Section the other night and together we discovered what has to be one of the oddest commercials I've ever seen -

Good times as always. Here's the mix!

And here's the run down, straight from Knife...

WARNING: If you don't already like dubstep, don't waste your time 
listening to this. This release is the result of spinning Top 40 for for far too long. It's a 30 minute, live mix of some of the most aggressive, chainsaw-sawing-through-your-head dubstep tracks I know, with a few non-dubstep joints to break up the monotony. Shout outs to Will C. for mastering and Alfrizzy for the artwork. Enjoy! (

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Life After God - "Shouldn't Be Alone" - Official Video

Here's an official video I put together for Life After God's Shouldn't Be Alone, off of the album Depeche Moe -

Depeche Moe is available for free HERE

If you haven't already, support my fellow Boston cats and cop Life After God on ITUNES

Friday, February 18, 2011

What The Hell Is Going On Here? ALIVE board games?

Jeopardy isn't the only game being threatened by computer domination.

A new version of board game staple Monopoly will ditch the dice and paper money in exchange for an ominous computer tower that monitors player activity. Hasbro unveiled the product --somewhat ironically dubbed "Monopoly Live" -- at this week's Toy Fair in New York, reports The New York Times.

The ten-inch tower sits in the middle of the game board, using infrared technology to keep track of the action while barking out instructions to players. Move one too many spaces? The all-seeing eye computer tower will know. It even rolls the (virtual) dice for you.

Thankfully, the core element of the Monopoly board -- the location of properties -- has remained unchanged, so you can still set up your favorite hotel chains, land on free parking and scoop up dough by passing "Go." But say goodbye to that brightly colored Monopoly money and those Community Chest and Chance cards -- if it's made of paper, it's pretty much gone. Instead, players will buy and sell properties by holding their hands over special decals and will check their accounts by inserting ATM cards into the tower.

What the hell is going on here? I never thought I'd say this, but I think I'm afraid of Monopoly.


And I thought Electronic Talking Battleship was where it's at...

Man, that brings back memories.

WIKIPEDIA - In 1977 Milton Bradley released a computerized Electronic Battleshi, followed in 1989 by Electronic Talking Battleship.

Saturday, February 5, 2011

For the love of god somebody find this as funny as I do. Possibly the worst lip synching ever by the dude with the red hair and beard. fuck it i'm n

... ot going to lie, I know his name. Mike Love. He definitely doesn't know his lyrics here at 1:22 in.

It just looks like he's zoning out during the entire song above. Just zoning out through the Seventies or something, as the once teen-sensation Beach Boys grew into grown ass men who needed to try new song topics aside from surfing and cars. I just find seeing the Beach Boys at the height of their commercial success juxtaposed with the low points of their popularity to be the funniest juxtaposition possible.

And seeing / hearing how many times Mike Love screws up something also cracks me up, so it usually winds up being an incredibly entertaining experience.

Exhibit A (height) :

2:39 in...

Interview guy: "Surfing... uh, what is surfing? Is it a sport or a kind of music?

Mike Love: "Ohhh, I don't know, it's kinda, well-

(shoots dude a puzzled and uncomfortable glance)

WHAT DO YOU MEAN? Surfing's a sport (stated with now complete clarity and certainty)!"


Exhibit B (still pretty high up there) :

Second ever live performance of "Good Vibrations." From the beginning, you can tell they're all pissed at Mike Love and that Mike Love doesn't know what the hell is going on. Are you surprised at this point?

Mike Love: "What's the right note?"

Another member: "Play it this time!"

Mike Love: "Easy, I haven't learned it yet!

(to crowd) -

They want me to play this woo-oo machine" (referring to a Theremin).* This is ridiculous!"

Another member: Yeah it is...

Exhibit C (lowwww):

The crazy part is every song is incredible. But I digress...

2:13 in on the left... Mike Love clearly not knowing the lines here too.

Oh yeah, and check it out at 1:37 - saying his lyric then "hamming it up" and loving it.

If you noticed an asterisk above, then what is below will make sense. If you didn't, then you're screwed.

* As seen here:

Son of a gun, I may have just spoiled my whole post, because the above performance of "Video Killed the Radio Star" on a Theremin may be the funniest / most amazing thing I've ever seen in my life.

Also, is that a botched "clap along" at 2:39 or a premature applause as if the song was over?

That's all, for now.

Jesus "H" Christ

I'm very happy my buddy Luca hipped me to this.

Friday, February 4, 2011

Paris = KING

I like two artists who go by Paris. I'm sure you can guess the first one -

But check this out, my homegirl Paris just dropped a DIY video for her new track, "The Story," as a part of the group KING. We're talking one scanner and a shit load of construction paper. Paris, keep doing your thing, I like where you're headed!!