Philly natives, Man Man take up the mantle this week with their off the wall track, Zebra from of their 2004 release The Man in a Blue Turban With a Face. A pretty cool aside here—this album is being re-released on vinyl exclusively for Record Store Day 2014 so that those of you with turntables can spit on anyone who listens to music on Youtube. Oh, wait… Have a great weekend y’all!
This may be my favorite “sponsor me” tape I’ve ever seen. A message to all those frisbee nerds out there:
We’ve come to the end of another grueling work week. You’ve earned this Angela Landsbury come-down/rub-down spa moment. Let wash over you like the waves of nausea tippling through your mid-section.
In keeping with this morning’s musical theme, here’s whatever this is. All I can really get from this is that the one in the middle with that raw sneer is the leader. Oh, and that the one on the far right is in desperate need of a pedialite.
Hat tip to Juango
Does an acapella cover of theme to Mike Tyson’s Punchout really need a setup? All righty then, put’em away!!
Not only does this guy have full-blown “Kim K. status” uh, gluts, he also has a terrific attitude towards people that become violently angry towards his booty.
Hat tip to Jules
Dutch ravers plus a little Yakety Sax is never a bad thing.
Also would have accepted Dine and Splash. MWAHP-MWAHP
Louisville, KY trio Young Widows makes the PCF debut with Kerosine Girl off of Easy Pain (out May 13th) and what a debut! With it’s raw, loud, post-punk energy it seems perfectly suited fora black hole of a Friday night! Enjoy it tonight and if don’t worry if you forget having listened to it. That’s why you have Wheeeeeeee! bookmarked! Have a loud one y’all!
Here are some celebrities who appeared in bizarre commercials overseas who clearly never saw the internet coming.
I fell like I’ve met every person in this video whenever my car has been stuck.