There’s something ironic in the shittiest possible way about a band deciding to change its name in order to not feel quite so racist, but then finding that the new one that the members have lazily chosen already belongs to a black artist and then using their major label resources to drag her through the […]
“Here I go again on my phone/going off on people I don’t even know/on Facebook all I do is wine and moan” might honestly be the most accurate summation of modern life I’ve ever heard.
Next time my nephew is over here, I need to start the process of training him to ask “the Hey Google” for this Baby Shark instead of the regular one. So much better. There was a bit in the middle where I almost forgot what I was listening to.
I thought I had posted this already, but since the search engine is telling me otherwise, have a listen to what Girls Just Want To Have Fun sounded like when it was first written. Quite a bit different, isn’t it? The first thing you likely noticed is that the fella singing there is definitely not […]
A friend sent me this song and encouraged me to tear it to pieces. Don’t mind if I do. Here are the lyrics, so we can rip this thing apart in new and creative ways. Maybe I don’t speak too well but I’m coming outta my shell And I like playing by myself if you […]
And now, the Floppotron takes a crack at Cars by Gary Numan. I’ll let somebody else make the cars and drives jokes. Even I have my limits. *I totally do not have my limits.*
This just came up on Spotify. Reminded me of back when I first heard it and was convinced that the part about the “two-step partner and a Cajun beat was saying “find a two-step partner and the KGB. 11-Year-old me was very confused about what kind of song it actually was until I got that […]
I had never heard of the Holderness Family, but this will be my second video of theirs I’m posting today, and they have many many many many more. These people are hilarious. But this video needs to be the anthem for 2020. It is perfect. Even before the MURDER HORNETS! and the Coronavirus, Steve and […]
A friend sent me this the other day and I laughed, laughed and laughed. Thankfully, I work with people who know how to work their Zoom since we often have to meet with people in other offices, so most of these things don’t happen to us, but when I was less familiar with Zoom, there […]
A not so new to the world but new to me song by the Glorious Sons. I don’t know what it’s like to have crippling anxiety, but it does remind me of a few people I’ve known. I like it. Will probably give it some repeat listens.