Flexing, or bone breaking, is a mix of street dancing and contortionist movements mostly specific to Brooklyn. This video in particular is mesmerizing, almost ritualistic with this group of shirtless guys in gas masks all dancing together in the subway. Other riders seem to either not notice them or look on in a trance.
Almost forty years since Ozone, Turbo, and Special K first popped and locked on the big screen, the action figure artisans at Super7 have brought us Breakin' toys! The 3-pack of figures even includes Turbo's magic broom as seen in the iconic clip below. Push it to pop it! Rock it to lock it! Break it to… READ THE REST
The Stratus was a dance club in Spring Valley, California where New Wavers and alternative kids got their eyeliner, hairspray, and boogie on. This fantastic footage is circa 1986-1987 when (ahem) everyday was Halloween. I used to spend every Friday and Saturday night here in the late 1980s but it was called the Metro/Clubhaus and… READ THE REST
Australian actor/comedian/dancer Smac McCreanor created this fantastically ridiculous series of interpretive dances inspired by videos from the Hydraulic Press Channel and Crushing ASMR channel. In an absurdly weird decade, this is the apex of performance art. READ THE REST
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We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. When you were a kid, your parents used to tell you to be wary of pickpockets and stranger danger lurking around every corner. While these things may still be around today, you have… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Whether you're in the middle of playing a game or trying to get through a slew of work emails in your home office, a lagging internet connection is enough to make you want… READ THE REST