There’s a new app out, and how do we describe apps? We compare them to others. It’s like Snapchat for music.
This week we’re talking about the thumb people, landing the ladies, augmented reality pornographic music videos, post-mortem fingernails, and Division 1 football.
I was scrolling through my Facebook newsfeed when I came across a short video showing two thirds of Too Many Zooz, which was when I was immediately captivated.
Instead of being quiet, blissful, peaceful, or many other adjectives you might associate with traditional yoga, there’s a new technique that has people yelling and cussing. “Rage Yoga” classes are facilitated by Lindsay Istace, who created the practice after a tough breakup. Is it real yoga? Who knows. Is it effective? Maybe. Read More!
You know those people who can make musical noises with their mouths? Singers or beatboxers? It’s unclear as to what this should be called, but it sure beats going outside to listen to nature. It has a cinematic vibe to it. Heck, it includes sounds that don’t come from nature. All from a man’s mouth – artificially made by a product of nature.
Only on occasion do a hit pop song and a timeless Vine video meme come together in a mashup that truly defines the meaning of art. More specifically, I’m talking about Eva and Erie’s mashup of “See You Again” by Wiz Kahlifa featuring Charlie Puth with the classic “A long periololically time” interview (for which the original source remains unclear).
Yes, you read that title correctly. Watch as Adele disguises herself as Adele impersonator “Jenny,” while all of the other “Adeles” don’t know what’s coming for them. Talk about an identity crisis.