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Monday, August 11, 2014

New Single from Norm

Norm, a fantastically fun alt. pop band of one, has released a new single named Moving On. You can download it for free from his Bandcamp page. While you're there, check out his self-titled LP and his self-titled EP; both are free if you are a complete monster. You can and should give him a few bucks for these delightful albums. The EP is a couple of years older and a lot rougher than the full LP, but they are both energetic and feelgood fun.

Sunday, July 27, 2014

The Best Of: Wild Wild West

Hiya, folks! I don't know how many of you have seen my YouTube channel, but it's filled with supercuts of some of the worst atrocities in film history. Due to studios trying to make sure no one tries to exploit such hot ticket films as Jetsons: The Movie, YouTube will block a large percentage of videos despite the fact that I always link to ways to buy the films and even have proof that I have driven sales for these pieces of trash.

Saturday, July 26, 2014

The Best Of: Human Centipede 2

Hiya, folks! I don't know how many of you have seen my YouTube channel, but it's filled with supercuts of some of the worst atrocities in film history. Due to studios trying to make sure no one tries to exploit such hot ticket films as Jetsons: The Movie, YouTube will block a large percentage of videos despite the fact that I always link to ways to buy the films and even have proof that I have driven sales for these pieces of trash.

Thursday, July 3, 2014

Kickcurious: Geek Wave

Standalone MP3 players are ancient technology at this point. Everyone has a smartphone and everyone has a data connection. Cloud services like Amazon Music and Google Play Music have allowed consumers to carry as much of their own music as they can upload on any device. Streaming services like Pandora and Spotify have an infinite amount of music that you don't even have to buy. The ability to play tunes on our phones has driven even the perennial iPod Classic to near extinction. The convenience of the unified device has come at a cost though.