Deep Fried Art's t-shirt "Scoundrels" ($20 with shipping) depicts Gossamer (the Looney Toons monster) and Bugs as Han and Chewbacca: "I wonder what their ship would look like? The Millenium Carrot??" Read the rest
Seelix set out to make an incredible costume that mashed up Imperator Furiosa from Mad Max Fury Road and Princess Peach from the Super Mario franchise -- she succeeded. Read the rest
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Silverband 7 executed an outstanding, spectacular rendition of Marc Davis's character-design masterpiece, the graveyard scene from the Haunted Mansion, using modded and scratch-built My Little Pony toys. Read the rest
Country songwriter Gregory Todd, a.k.a Sir MashAlot got famous for six songs, all by top Country artists, which he brilliantly cut together into one very enjoyable track that all sounds like it comes from the same band. You have to watch the ProTools edit screen in the video as you listen, to really appreciate the cleverness that went into this.
If you know these hits already, I'm sure it's even funnier to listen to. Though it's tempting to say that the songs mesh together so well because all Country music sounds the same, but for Sir MashALot, this is a tribute, not snark. He's having fun like a country singer should.
All he's doing here is matching beats like a hip-hop DJ does...only with slower beats. If it's not the music you like, you're going to think it all sounds the same. Sir MashALot is currently revisiting his most famous work by cutting a 7th song into the mix. Read the rest
When Steve Davidson from the rebooted Amazing Stories heard that David "Trouble With Tribbles" Gerrold had written a comic book script for a parody in which Doctor Who appeared on the Starship Enterprise (TOS edition), he knew he had to publish it. Read the rest
DJ Riko writes, "It's time once again for Merry Mixmas, a free Christmas music mix that is a holiday tradition dating back to 2002. This year's collection features some truly magnificent songs, with numbers new and old by performers big and small." Read the rest