Thursday, October 29, 2009


Dorkstuff Youtube!

So I decided to Google search "Dorkstuff Youtube" and this is the first entry. It's terrible.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Awesome Techno Riff Performed On Two C64s.

The one on the right is using MSSIAH, a MIDI controller for the Commodore 64. The one on the left is using a Cynthcart, a synth cartridge for the C64 (which I own and enjoy playing with immensely).

Monsterpiece Theater - "Twin Beaks"

A surprisingly spot-on parody of Twin Peaks from Sesame Street.

Meow Synth - Cat-Based VST Synth For Windows.

I like the idea of a "Meow Envelope".

Meow Synth

How To Levitate Like An Ancient Yoga Master.


Acapella Performance Of Toto's "Africa".

Just the acapella "rainstorm" was cool enough... Performance by Perpetuum Jazille.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Trailer For Amazing 'A Boy And His Blob' Reboot.

This trailer, featuring a reboot of the classic NES game A Boy And His Blob, looks amazing.

Quickdraw Noir.

The above is a classic Quickdraw McGraw cartoon re-appropriated with German Expressionist dialogue. Created by David Letterman writer Merrill Markoe.

J.S. Bach's "Crab Canon" Presented As A Moebius Strip.

The above is a representation of how J.S. Bach's "Crab Canon" would be performed if both parts started on the same spot of a Mobius strip with the score imprinted on it, and worked in opposite directions.

They Might Be Giants - Ana Ng (Reversed)

Whoever thought of this managed to make a song I already loved even better. Could do without the subtitles, though.

House Of A Thousand Muppets.

WTF Is Going On Here 9 - Crying Number/Insult Number.

Wait, what the? Who would?

It's probably just a tape loop going "You're paying $2 a minute for this, you idiot."

Funny thing, you probably got the same loop if you called this number in the 1990s -

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

The Six-Dollar Man.

Classic early-80s Sesame Street.

Charming British Guy Doing Terribly At Classic Trash-80 Game.

I've always found this "walkthrough" of Dungeons Of Daggorath hilarious, with the narrators self-effacing commentary over his admitted incompetence with the game.

Declare Independance - Bjork Video.

I've always loved the Michel Gondry + Bjork combination. Her lyrics have always reminded me of dreams, and his imagery has done the same. Plus, this song in particular is so grimy and raw sounding.

WTF Is Going On Here 8 - Nico Nico Fighter.

Nico Nico Douga Memes + MUGEN= Sorry about that.

Singing Kitties - Online Cats Plus Auto-Tune.

YouTube Cats + AutoTune. Sorry about that.

Post-It Note Atari.

Three Atari 2600 games (Pong, Breakout, and Missile Command) replicated using Post-It notes and stop-motion.

Awesome Finger-Drumming.

Come Punch Me In My Big Stupid Face.

Kinda late to the game, but I've got a couple of Mybrutes running around; just in case you wanted to pick on them or join them.


Gummy Bear Dies Horrible, Awesome Death.

I know, it's kind of an old one but... science!

Forget Peter Jackson, Rankin/Bass Made The Funkiest Orcs.

The above is from Rankin-Bass's (the awesome cartoon company that produced the old claymation "Rudolph" specials, The Last Unicorn, and Thundercats) version of Return Of The King, and boy... that is some funky wah-wah goin on with that guitar. In the animated version of this and The Hobbit, they did a great job of replicating the songs that are sprinkled throughout the books. Speaking of things that were much cooler in the animated version than the live-action one, here is the scene where they break down the gate with the giant battering ram.