“I don’t see a reason to downvote someone’s opinion”
Then you, my friend, have not visited many comment sections.
You know you can “Unlike” them after you hear the song, right?
In all honesty, laughter is one of the many responses I have to anything Die Antwoord-related. (Other responses include shock, and cowering in terror.)
Needs more squirrels with dynamite.
I just saw Ted Leo on Monday, and I gotta say, that was some tasty John Mellencamp Champagne he brought with him.
Is it sad that I first heard of these guys on Moby’s short-lived MTV show?
Damn, Ben figured out how to use Chatroulette after I saw him in Myrtle Beach.
Still, someone passed him a note asking him to invite a girl to the prom, and he ended up improvising a mini-rock opera about it.
This DCFC performance was brought to you by poop-flavored Blue Moon knockoff.
Nice ’90s throwback animation! Would’ve fit nicely on one of those “Computer Animation Festival” VHS tapes from back in the day.
Let’s leave the child-traumatizing to Chris Cunningham and the guys who did Wonder Showzen. BTW, the end cartoon looked like the work of a Wonder Showzen animator.
Nice to see Ayoade working his directorial chops. Now, how about a fourth season of IT Crowd?
I think child murdering might be a bit heavy for Leno.
Picked up the Flaming Lips/Black Keys split 7″ and the new Camera Obscura 7″. After spinning it a couple times, I am convinced that the Lips version of “Borderline” is superior to Madonna’s.
The character designs remind me of the collage work of children’s illustrator Lane Smith. Cool video.
Cute little video, but I still think this song sounds like a remix of “Eple.”
How can you make a medley out of two Slumdog Millionaire songs and “Down to Earth”? That’s not even a medley. What was wrong with having a musical performance in between every three or four statue handouts?
Her website says there’s an 18-track version on deluxe CD and vinyl. Anyone know the tracklist for that one?
The minute I saw that joke in the article, I knew something like this was gonna happen.
Sounds just a tad too much like “Eple,” but I’m willing to forgive them ’cause I’m just happy they’ve abandoned the glossy sound that was prominent on “The Understanding.”
The strings really make that song.