Items Tagged: youtube

SAndra Collins vs. The Who

Work, work, work, drive, write, write, write, drink coffee. That’s been my schedule this week. So rather than post something insightful, which I usually do on Wednesdays, I’m going to give you a glimpse of the sleek, dirty sound that is Sandra Collins. I shot this with my camera at Coachella this year. I love […]

Ken Lee

Valentina Hasan will NOT be at Coachella this year, though if this viral video keeps spreading, she might have a shot at headlining Bonnaroo. Thanks, jozjozjoz! Follow-up by Tony Pierce at LA Times.

L.A. Songs – “To Live And Die In L.A.”

Wang Chung - To Live And Die In L.A.

Video for Yo La Tengo’s “Blue Line Swinger”

A rare Saturday post. Came across this and had to pass it along. A fan made video for “Blue Line Swinger” by Yo La Tengo. Quirky as hell. Oddly beautiful.

Goldfrapp A&E Redux

Sorry for the relative lack of posts this week, folks. We really want to get this site revamped for the end of the weekend, so I’ve been under the hood with the spanner and the torque wrench. By Monday (possibly sooner!) we should be sparkly and new. In the meantime, here’s the marvelous Goldfrapp video […]

Dandy Warhols vs Veronica Mars

Yesterday I posted a little more about some of the cool stuff from 2007 that I hadn’t gotten around to talking about yet. One of those little items was actually the Dandy Warhols tune from 2003 that found its way into the opening credits sequence for Veronica Mars. I then went on to hint that […]

David Lynch vs. the iPhone

Lynch, whose recent film, Inland Empire was shot on digital, and who finds the low-res, high-grain digitized blur, “beautiful,” has his standards. In this marvelous mini-clip he comes out against the idea of– well, just watch it:

Strike News: Cute Animals

I’m off to get my tooth drilled. Since I don’t want to let the morning slip away without a WGA strike-related post, enjoy this piece of clever WGA strike you-tubery. I think that’s David Cross as the scab.