Our friends from OK Go have a brand new video, and it is just as insane and visually stunning as all of their previous work. It is definiltely worth watching; just don't let it mess with your brain too much. The thing with OK Go is that their video concepts often overshadow the quality of the song. After you watch the video, play it again, but listen to the song.
Here are my top 5 favorite new (or relatively new) songs that I love at this particular moment. I will now present them in no particular order.
Bastille “Flaws” It’s another great song from the Bad Blood album, and I pretty much love every single song on it. And these guys are coming on November 11th!
Broods “Bridges” Even though it is kind of a mellow song, I like to crank this one up as loud as possible. It must be the pulsating bass.
St. Vincent “Digital Witness” This song is awesome. It is part Talking Heads, part Devo, part Siouxsie and the Banshees, with a little bit of Nine Inch Nails mixed in.
Linkin Park “Until It’s Gone” Their new album The Hunting Party is surprisingly good. Remember when Linkin Park used to play guitars? They have gone back to that, and the result is impressive.
Jack White “Lazaretto” Jack White + bitchin violin solo. Need I say more?
BONUS SIXTH SONG! I almost forgot about this one! Big Data "Dangerous." This video is bloody and violent, so proceed with caution.
Yes, the rumors are true: we are moving! Moving is always a time filled with nostalgia, reminiscing "good times", and reverence. Just kidding, moving BLOWS! We couldn't be more excited to get out of this dump. here are a few things that we will *ahem* "miss" about our current studio:
The "amazing" wiring throughout this building:
We will definitely miss all of these loose wires hanging out of the walls everywhere. Nothing says home like safety hazards!
All the random dead plants:
Are these suppose to be some kind of ironic motivational posters? Plants are suppose to add atmosphere, life, and creativity to your environment. The only thing these bring to our workplace is death; reminding us all that we are gonna die, so might as well quit our jobs now and rot away.
Our broken appliances:
Listen, the only things that a flat screen TV is good for are netflix marathons and Call of Duty tournaments. Neither of these happen on that TV, so it's useless. No one knows how to use that copy machine (no one is sure if it actually works, to be honest) and what good is a printer that DOESN't ACCEPT PRINTER PAPER!
Our "Motivational" posters:
We really don't know how these got here... but we can't wait to have them GONE. FOREVER. Even if calling Justin Beiber a Lesbian is kinda funny, we'd still not prefer to see his face around here.
All this random s***:
We are done with all these rusty sinks, randoms rooms full of other station's crap, and empty pizza boxes lying around that give me nothing but FALSE HOPE!!!! Some days, it's almost like we need the guys from hoarders to come help us out because some people can't organize their crap! AIN'T NOBODY GOT TIME FO DIS!! On a side note, I could really go for some pizza right about now.
...And whatever this is:
I see this everyday... and everyday I wish I could unsee it.
We will start moving next week. Our new address will be 50 West 300 S in Salt Lake City
Of course since I don't want to get sued for copyright, I spent the last hour on MS Paint making a picture. Company time well spent! So I’m sure I’ve heard somewhere before that Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong has kids. But for some reason when I saw a story about Billie Joe and his son playing a secret show to celebrate Fathers Day the first thing I thought was “huh.” The same noise I make when someone explains why they’re having a shitty day, and I pretend I care.
And then I make this face and run away laughing.
The Green Day front man and his son Joey started their Father's Day celebration a little early by taking the stage together in Oakland for a surprise show under the name "Two and a Half Men." A band name that would have been funny in 2010.
One of us still has a job, and it’s not the one you think.
Joey Armstrong was on drums and Green Day touring member Jason White on bass, and Daddy Billie Joe leading the trio through an eleven-song setlist of Green Day deep cuts. Joey -- who plays in his own band Emily's Army -- posted a few pictures and videos of the family gig on Instagram.
I need to learn The Instagram..
Battle of the Records Recap
Theme: Songs that make you cry because you hate your job
Bill's Pick for Battle of the Records: "Working In A Coalmine" - DEVO
Gina's Pick for Battle of the Records: "You Can Take This Job and Shove It" - Johnny Paycheck
Kerry's pick for Battle of the Records: "Do It Again" - The Kinks
You can vote for which one is your favorite on our Facebook page. Just "like" the video that you want to win! The winner will be played as the intro song for Tuesday's show
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