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On the Awesomeness of “Lost Boys”

March 10th, 2010 Comments off

I honestly couldn’t really care much about the death of Corey Haim.  Yeah, anyone throwing their life away on drugs is tragic, but Corey Haim’s death is really no more so than your local neighborhood crackhead.  That said, he was in some kickass movies.  Silver Bullet, Lucas, Lost Boys and, of course, that movie where Nicole Eggert got nekkid.  [Pause… reflect… getting creepy so get back to typing]

Anyway, Lost Boys was freaking awesome, so in honor of Haim’s passing we will remember his best movie career scene… starring the most powerful stereo in the world:

Oh, and if they need someone to adopt Nanook, I’m totally in.
After the jump, the “Cry Little Sister” compilation and movie trailer. Read more…

Music: OK Go – This Too Shall Pass

March 3rd, 2010 Comments off

Umm… just wow.  Give a watch.  You’ll thank yourself after you hit replay about 5 times.

New Sniper Twins Video: “Chocolate Shop”

February 22nd, 2010 Comments off

The Sniper Twins are a New York-based sketch comedy / music video due originally from Austin.  Their first videos are after the jump and were absolutely awesome.  Although they initially popped onto the larger scene with “Computer Friends”, I thought of them today thanks to getting a Chop’t Salad and being reminded of “Salad Wrap.”  Anyway, I looked them up and they’ve launched this new video called “Chocolate Shop.”

“Salad Wrap” and “Computer Friends” are after the jump. Read more…

Music: Jack Peñate – Tonight’s Today

December 7th, 2009 Comments off

Jack Peñate has been on my playlist a lot of late. Especially late at work. It’s great background music and definitely doesn’t take too much of my focus. I’ve linked some of his stuff before. Below is Tonight’s Today.

Music: Alexi Murdoch – Live Performances

November 30th, 2009 Comments off

My buddy turned me on to Alexi Murdoch way back when. It took a while to really appreciate how awesome he is. You’ve heard his music on TV a lot (most prominently, Orange Sky as the theme from that police show that got canned on NBC earlier in the year).

This is All My Days off his earlier short album (Four Songs). The new one (Time Without Consenquences) that he released this year is phenomenal as well. He doesn’t have any music videos, but does have a few Tubed non-official videos. I went with a live performance of All My Days.

CLICK THROUGH TO WATCH ALL MY DAYS AND ORANGE SKY. Read more…

Music: Jack Peñate – Pull My Heart Away

November 16th, 2009 Comments off

In the world of things I’m listening to now, below is the very cool music video for Jack Peñate‘s Pull My Heart Away.

It was shot in Jordan on Super 8 and works well with the song. Very cool.

Music: White Lies – Farewell to the Fairground

November 15th, 2009 Comments off

Love the bridge on this song. White Lies is, if you hadn’t been able to tell, one of my favorite bands. This is Farewell to the Fairground.

Music: Air Traffic – Come On

November 14th, 2009 Comments off

Probably my current favorite band, Air Traffic may currently be without a drummer, but they still rock in youtube perpetuity. Here’s their US album special track off of Fractured Life.

Music: White Lies – To Lose My Life Medley

November 13th, 2009 Comments off

Below linked is the medley music video from White Lies promoting their album To Lose My Life, which you can buy from Amazon here or on iTunes. Although my favorite band remains Air Traffic, WL is fast catching them.

They’ve been touring with Kings of Leon and are sort of a prepubescent arena rock band. I think if you mixed KOL with the Killers and through in a little Bowie you’d get White Lies. I’m dying to see them live but my tickets fell through when they were last in New York. Their entire album is fantastic and really flows through together.

The video below gives a great overview of their entire album and is chilling in a sort of Pink Floyd meets indie rock kind of way. The album itself is fantastic. I’m not sure I have any particular track that stands out, because it’s the type of album that flows together organically and really ought not be segmented (though a couple of tracks are on my iPod shuffle for working out).

The album qualifies as a must own.