Steve Vai will attempt to set the Guinness World Record for the World’s Largest Online Guitar Lesson!
Remember Yoyoka? She’s even better now! Watch as she effortlessly replicates Bonham’s Purdie Shuffle.
What, Me Worry?
Gone but not forgotten!
This video is only concerned with the artists who contributed to Mad in it’s first two decades – even if some of them carried on for longer. I’ve got nothing against those who came later but I’m selfishly only dealing with the ones who inspired and influenced me as I grew up. They taught me more than 4 years of college ever did. Apparently in the early Kurtzman comic years Mad was printed in colour, although all the examples I found were black and white only, and according to a particularly grumpy viewer Dave Berg didn’t die until 2002. Mea culpa.
Friends Without A Laugh Track Isn’t Funny
Whoever came up with this concept is a genius.
Pear Cider and Cigarettes
2017 Oscar-nominated animated short by Robert Valley. You may have seen his stuff here and there already; I became aware of him on Netflix’s Love Death + Robots. The real mind-blower is that he does all of this in Photoshop, which must take FOREVER.
George Miller’s latest, out this summer.
Did Someone Say More Nazz?
Here’s “Hang On Paul,” off of Nazz Nazz, another score from my recent Shangri-La vinyl haul.
I found a first pressing at Shangri-La and forgot how great this album is! The lineup for this release is Jack (Oblivian) Yarber, Scott Bomar, Subteen John Bonds, and John Whittemore. Released on Sympathy for the Record Industry in the year of our Lord 2000.
This is a playlist. CRANK IT UP!
The Coolest Thing You’ll See Today
I’ve posted a few of this guys videos before. Just … sickeningly talented.
There’s No Way This Will Be Good
Will I still watch it? Morbid curiosity compels me to check out the first episode.
Best YouTube comment …
I’m getting “Vyvyan from the Young Ones” vibes from this – and not in a good way.
Someone else made the astute observation that Rotten was always more sardonic than angry. The tone is all wrong.