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love hope sandoval/mazzy star and massive attack
a video starring 5 cats
anyone remember these guys?
Underworld "If Rah"
Dave Gahan & Soulsavers "My Sun"
Cemetery Man (1994)
the great debate
uhm yeah this is hilarious. yeah you've seen it before but fu
Close out of whatever spreadsheet you're working on, grab a drink or a spliff, and creep out to Massive Attack's hours-old video for their new single.
"Because you can’t beat numbers, and you can’t beat fanaticism the willingness to die for an idea." -- George Carlin
A great new song by an "old" band, and a pretty great video -- worth watching for the filmography alone. Probably one of London's biggest unsung pop bands.
Lots of sexual innuendo in this animated music video. Who knew aliens had human vaginas for noses? (Safe for work.)
From '89 to '94, The Kids In The Hall were easily in the Top 3 funniest comedy groups in the world. Then it all imploded after they got a little success.
Makes sense, right? It's the first logical step towards humans in space. I'm not sure why we gave up in the first place. Money, right?
The perfect low-key bossa nova beat to help you zone out for 42 minutes. Consider it your afternoon meditation.
Currently one of the best, and dirtiest comics today, Burr gets into how words are just words and people are the ones who put value on them, for better or worse.
My personal Jesus, George Carlin in a short segment of his last standup special on March 1, 2008 in Santa Rosa, California. The guy was a prophet.
A highly cinematic video -- three minutes of the kind of tension you might see in a David Lynch movie.
Just when you thought NASA was down for the count, the Kepler mission has discovered 1,284 planets, the most exoplanets announced at one time!
An underrated '90s band for sure. Got lumped into a bad music scene, but they were always dark and and at times, sided toward noir. Featuring Harry Dean Stanton.
A perfect live version of "Hey Now" on "Live on KEXP" by the indie/trip-hop trio from Nottingham, England.
"Chit, you are a fucking retard, you know that?"
It was brighter and redder than normal last night in west Pennsylvania -- should be more so tonight. Currently, it's only 46.8 million miles away.