Punching in a Dream by The Naked and Famous from the album “Passive Me Aggressive You” 2010: Are you guys ready for a very unique and catchy song? I sure hope so! This song starts out with one of the most catchy synthesizers I’ve ever heard. It then transforms into a very cool Electronic piece with interesting vocals. The chorus is also quite catchy with various oos and ahhs. I highly recommend this piece to anybody that likes unique Electronic tracks with intelligent vocals. I’d love to hear what you think about this song in the comments section below.
Happy Listening 😀
Hello fellow art lovers! It’s Monday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for me to share more of my favorite paintings, as well as a few other art works with you wonderful people. I hope you guys are ready for some interesting paintings. Now, let’s get started!
- In the Studio with Infinity by Larry Carlson 2015 Digital Photography (info about painting from Larry Carlson’s website larrycarlson.com)
Ah yes, another awesome work by the computer guru himself, Larry Carlson. This piece is photograph that has been rendered to epic levels of awesomeness! In this piece, Carlson’s various works are scattered in a “tunnel-like” fashion with the distant works being sucked into a vortex. Larry’s cat also makes an appearance, and stares at the viewer with glowing yellow eyes. I really enjoy this piece because it reminds me of funhouse mirrors, and how they distort images. Please tell me what you think of this piece in the comments section below.
- Grillo by Jean-Michel Basquiat Acrylic, oil, photocopy, collage, oil paintstick, and nails on wood 1984
I hope you guys are ready for an incredibly epic work of art, because this is guaranteed to blow your mind! In my opinion, this is one of Basquiat’s finest works. It’s a huge masterpiece that’s divided into 4 panels. The first panel depicts one of Basquiat’s trademark skeletal entities with visible organs and a background that reminds me of his late work, Pegasus. The second panel depicts a shadowy figure among a dark background with chalky buildings. The third panel is another skeletal creature with visible organs and a crown. The last panel is covered in a mustard yellow with graffiti symbols. I highly recommend look at this amazing piece, and I would love to hear what you think about it in the comments section below.
Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite! by The Beatles from the album “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” 1967 info about album from en.wikipedia.org: Ah yes, one of my absolute favorite Beatles songs! It’s filled to the brim with mythical lyrics and puts you in an overall good mood. It starts with an interesting organ and melodic vocals. Then, it transforms into a very unique and creative circus-themed Rock song. It’s an awesome song that I highly recommend to everyone. Please tell me what you think of this piece in the comments section below, I’d love to hear your feedback!
Disclaimer: This post will be discussing the making and consumption of alcohol, so it’s intended for mature audiences. However, if you’re underage, don’t worry! 1 of the 2 drinks will be non alcoholic.:D
Hello fellow mixologists! It’s Thursday, and you know what that means! Yes, my bar is open once again! I hope you guys are ready for some truly interesting drinks. Now grab a shot glass, and let’s get mixing!
- Tardis Power! Sonic Screwdriver (Dr. Who Virgin Cocktail) from thedrunkenmoogle.com
- 3 oz Orange juice
- 1.5 oz Rose’s Blue Raspberry Mix
- .5 oz Lime juice
- 3 oz Ginger ale
Directions: Mix all ingredients in a highball glass over ice and stir. Yell “Geronimo!” and serve. It doesn’t do wood.
- Super Wario (Super Mario Land 2 cocktail) created by Nintendrunk and found on thedrunkenmoogle.com
- 2 oz. Vodka
- 1/2 oz. lemon juice
- Huckleberry Soda
- Frozen mangoes
- Garnish with a lemon peel
Directions: Stir the vodka and lemon juice together in a glass. Drop in some ice and some frozen mangoes and fill it up with huckleberry soda. Garnish it with a lemon peel that just happens to look like a sinister mustache. Go crazy.
Crazy Loop by Crazy Loop from the album “Crazy Loop” 2007: Are you guys ready for an incredibly catchy earworm? I sure hope so! This song is very energetic, and will have you dance in no time! It starts with some nonsensical vocals, and then transforms into an epic Dance song! I highly recommend this piece to anyone who likes catchy songs and funny vocals. Please tell me what you think in the comments section below.
Konbanwa everyone! It’s Wednesday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to go on another journey to Japan, and take a look at the awesome creatures of Japanese folklore. I hope you guys are ready for a truly interesting post. Now without any further ado, let’s get started!
- May good luck shine upon you! The Zashiki warshi are very cute creatures of Japanese folklore. The are depicted as cute, ghost-like children that are about 5 years of age. (yokai.com) They love to play pranks, however, they are also known to bring incredibly good luck to the household that they inhibit. (yokai.com) It’s said that they can only be seen by children or house owners, and sometimes they leave the spirits food and gold. (yokai.com) It’s not wise to drive one of these spirits away, because they will bring the good luck wit them. (yokai.com)
- Dog Protector! Shisa are very important creatures of Japanese folklore. They are small canine-like creatures that are found all around Okinawa , usually near humans. (yokai.com) They serve as guardians of shrines and can be male or female, each with different duties. (yokai.com) The male Shisa have closed mouths, are located to the left, and protect Okinawa from evil spirits and natural disasters. (yokai.com) The female Shisa have open mouths, face to the right, and are said to bring fortune and good luck. (yokai.com)
Panther Dash by The Go! Team from the album “Thunder, Lightning,Strike” 2005 Are you guys ready for an incredibly dynamic and catchy song? I sure hope so! This is the second song that I’m reviewing by The GO! Team, and it’s one of my favorites! It starts with an interesting screaming noise, and then it transforms into a very cool rock instrumental. My favorite part of this piece comes from the chorus. It’s unbelievably epic and unique, and I definitely recommend this to all. Tell me what you think in the comments section below.