Category Archives: music
Physics-based PC/WiiWare puzzler World of Goo has impressed me on multiple levels since it came out last fall, and since I downloaded it I’ve been dying to get a hand on the soundtrack. Well, now I can, and you can too.
Snag it at 2D Boy’s website for free. Mmmmm, gooey!
Should’ve posted this a while ago, but I was too busy enjoying it. Anyway, every year (and month across the country via their events, now the WORLD) the lovely people over at Bootie USA do their damndest to keep that ass of yours jigglin’ through the aging magic of mash-ups.
This year’s Best Of comp is up and out, bundling 20 of the best the party churned out last year. Favorites are DJ Tripp’s squishing of M.I.A’s Paper Planes and Wreckx-N-Effect’s Rump Shaker, and ComaR’s Justice/Jackson 5 mix will always have a special place in me heart. Some MP3s below, link at the bottom.
Enjoy the soundtrack to your next party:
I loved BioShock. Well, I should say love, since I still haven’t completed it yet. Everything about it is top notch, and if you’ve played it then you’ll know the soundtrack is something pretty stellar and captivating.
And the best part? It’s free. Continue reading
British news outlet The Independent has compiled a list of some of the best/worst moments of rockers cashing in on advertisements. See Bob Dylan shill lingerie, the Stones Rice Krispies, Devo scooters, Ringo Pizza Hut, and of course, Johnny Rotten pitching butter.
Ain’t no holiday without a free side-project release from a small indie band’s frontman, amirite? Jon Visger of Mason Proper has been a busy bee as of late, recording and touring with his main squeeze by day and moonlighting by his lonesome at night as Bug Lung Baby.
He’s just released a new digital EP as said side project called Trilobite Trash, which you should absofriggin’ check out. Stream and download the EP from BLB’s RCRD LBL page. Yay disemvoweling!
Crank up that Flip Video, because The Black Lips are too lazy to record their own music video and want you to do it for them instead. 200 million thousand times, preferably.
Well, not you personally doing that many, that’s ludicrous, but at least one. Make a video for first single “Starting Over” off their new album, 200 Million Thousand, upload it to Vimeo between Jan 12th – Feb 15th, and you can win, well, something unspecified. Apparently. If you don’t want to make a video, well, hey, new Black Lips track.
200 Million Thousand is out February 24th on Vice Records. Grab the new single below and get filming!