Hello everyone! It’s time for me to bring back an old favorite! About a year ago, I jumped into the fascinating world of obscure music genres. I have always found this topic to be quite interesting with new genres added almost daily. Now, let’s dive into the most unique and weird genres that music has to offer!
Noise Rock Created: 1968 Prominent Bands: Melt-Banana, Metz, Big Black
Noise Rock is a Punk-inspired genre with large distortion levels, occasionally unintelligible vocals, sharp and intense sounds, and blindingly fast guitar riffs and strange lyrics. Many Japanese bands of this genre also started to rise in the early 60’s. While most of it is very painful to the ears, some is quite enjoyable like Sonic Youth and Velvet Underground.
Glitch Hop Created: 1997 Prominent Producers: Virtual Riot, Mr. Bill, GRiZ
Glitch Hop is a subgenre of Glitch that uses malfunctioning electronics and fusion of Hip Hop to create incredibly catchy, video game-inspired pieces. It’s also influenced by Dubstep and drum and bass. The pieces are usually played at 110 BPM.
Disclaimer: Pokemon Clover is a Pokemon rom rack that’s made by 4chan. Many of the characters can be considered offensive, or in poor taste. If you’re easily offended, read at your own risk!
Pokemon Clover is one of the funniest games I’ve ever seen. 4chan’s ridiculous remake of Fire Red was incredibly well received by the public, and even a heavily detailed wiki was made for the game. The new region of the game is called Fochun, and the gym leaders range from Tumblr feminists to freaking Snoop Dog! This revamped pokedex list will included the most bizarre and mind-blowing entries in the game. Now, grab your favorite Pokemon, or Fakemon, and let’s begin!
Pearchie (The LOLWUT Pokemon) Grass/Normal Type Height: 6’11” Weight: 319.7 lbs Based off of the LOLWUT meme and the Bunchie GIF
Entry: Pearchie gallop through fields screaming and eating prey. Its majestic looks is known to bewilder people.
Pengas (The Pingas Pokemon) Ice/Fire type Ht: 2’11 Wt: 35.3 lbs Based off of Dr. Eggman and a penguin
Entry: It walks around its cave, shouting its name repeatedly. Its body temperature is always changing drastically.
Hello fellow comic book fans! It’s Tuesday, and you know what means! Yes, it’s time for us to take a look at some more bizarre characters. Now, let’s begin!
Humpty Dumpty Real Name: Morton Wales Status: Villain Creator: DC First Appeared: Arkham Asylum: Living Hell #1 (July 1,2003) Powers/Abilities: Highly Intelligent with some repairing skills
Morton had a very bad childhood and was blessed with a giant egg-shaped head. He always spoke in rhyme, and compulsively broke and repaired things. Unfortunately , his compulsion caused him to derail a train and kill many people. He was eventually incarcerated in the Arkham Asylum, and repaired many things around the complex. While not having necessarily having bad intentions, Dumpty’s compulsions have caused much more harm then good.
Clock King Real Name: William Tockman Status: Villain (Deceased) First Appeared: World’s Finest Comics #111 (August 1960) Creator: DC Powers/Abilities: Superhuman proficiency with time related techniques
William Tockman was suffering from a terminal illness when he decided to go on a crime spree. He was easily stopped by Green Arrow, and was put on trial. He also found out that he wasn’t going to die due to a mistake made by the doctor. He was seemingly killed by a failed experiment.
Hello fellow art lovers! It’s Monday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to take a look at some more amazing art. Now, let’s dive into the incredible world of Larry Carlson!
Rainbow Bubbles by Larry Carlson pigment print on metallic paper
This is a jaw-droppingly beautiful work by “Master Surrealist”, Larry Carlson. The entire piece glows with vibrant colors and aqueous patterns. The patterns are seemingly endless, and spiral down towards the center of the piece. The bubbles appears to have strange creatures living inside them. This is definitely one of Carlson’s most detailed works, and by far one of the most beautiful ones. Tell me what you think of it in the comments’ section below.
Untitled by Larry Carlson pigment print on metallic paper
This is another fantastic work by “Computer Guru”, Larry Carlson. It’s a neon display of multicolored fractals and swirly patterns. The various repeated shapes remind me of a mandala effect, and it’s incredibly pleasing to the eyes. Tell me what you think of this piece in the comments’ section below.