Why Not Do It With Some Style?
What would be a good DJ name for a dubstep cat?
This video was first uploaded less than a month ago and it’s already got over 4,000,000 views. I have no idea how I’d been missing out on it for this long bur now I’m not going to be able to do anything else except watch it. This cat is magnificent. He is the heir to […]Read More
Farming Simulator is a video game that does exactly what it sounds like: It lets you simulate farming. There's honestly not a whole lot more to say about it, other than it certainly has a small but devoted following. I'm not one of those people, but I do have a special place in my heart for the game. Why? For one reason and one reason only, and the news that Farming Simulator's coming to consoles allows me to share that with all of you.Read More
Obligatory Baby Animal of the Day
It's Friday, and we know what you want. You want a video of cape-wearing superheroic cats being tossed in the air to some highly-produced hip-hop dustup. That itself is about superheroic cats. You didn't know that's what you wanted, but don't worry. We've got you covered. (As the original YouTube page disclaimer states, no animals were harmed in the making of this video.)Read More
Whether or not you love or hate dubstep, or any form of abrasive electronic music, you can't help but love some of the neat videos that come along with it. Take this video by Delta Heavy, for instance; if you hate the music, it still provides some really awesome visuals. Especially when drops become filthy sick and all the childhood games you played end up getting murdered.Read More
There's something Internet-y about dubstep. There's also something Internet-y about needless excess, like mashing up 19 Skrillex songs with no pitch shifting, and playing 11 of them simultaneously just because you can. The result is, astonishingly, not mind-numbingly horrible; I'll let you draw your own conclusions as to what that says about dubstep on the whole. That said, the only thing missing from this video is maybe a cat -- no -- recursive cats. Now that would be a Frankenstein's mash-up worth writing home about.Read More
Some people can keep up with the times, some people can't. I think it has to do with your genes. This grandma is one of the former, however, so much so that she'll dance to dubstep. Granted, she looks a little bit confused before the drop, but then she gets it and starts grooving. This definitely isn't my favorite dancing-related viral video grandma, but she's a close second. You keep rockin', Grandma.Read More
At a talent show in Denmark, the Robotboys don shiny outfits and show us that the only way one can dance to dubstep, is to do the robot. One might think that both dubstep and the robot are silly, and while that may be true, these guys are actually impressive.Read More
Nokia's standard ringtone is a classic. Not satisfied with having a classic, however, it seems that Nokia is determined to get with the times, market to the hip young kiddos, and be fresh and relevant in the not-at-all-diminishingly-important world of ringtones. How? That's easy. Dubstep, bro. Kids love the dubsteps. Right? RIGHT?! Apparently they do, because the 24 second dubstep-tastic ringtone by Valerio Alessandro Sizzi won the Nokia Tune competition with 1000 likes on Facebook, winning against 6,200 other entries. In addition to having his ringtone pre-loaded on over 100 million Nokia phones (every musician's dream), he also gets paid (actually every musician's dream) a cool $10,000 for his efforts. Coincidentally enough, that appears to be exactly how much Nokia's remaining dignity is worth, and judging by their comments on the winner, they seem to be glad to be rid of the pesky stuff.Read More