As my roommate and I were watching the VMAs last night and I was all ^__^ during her performance and baby-bump reveal, he says “Remember when Beyoncé was just like, alright, nothing great? I think she sucked all the life and talent out of the Destiny’s Child girls.” And he’s totally right.
lady gaga in drag made all the women uncomfortable. ahhhhahaha. and katy perry and nicki minaj can take their asses back to neptune. they look like they just fell through Gloria Estefan’s closet and landed on a white trash christmas tree. kevin hart is the most adorable pocket black ever.
Implementing aesthetics that help build up a classic aural environment can be a risky decision, with the worst results sounding like a cheap imitation of what once was; Library Voices manage to sidestep any sense of a heavy-handed approach by balancing the correct amount of old and new. From the bite-sized chunks of horn play, to the exuberant vocal play of Carl Johnson, Library Voices’ “Generation Handclap” is a smartly done pop song that adequately expresses a love for past eras of rock and pop with a layer of modern flair in its synth work. The song comes from the band’s new album, Summer of Lust, which Americans can pre-order here. If you find your anticipation to be too high to wait for its October 18th release, click here for your Library Voices fix, a free download of “Generation Handclap.”
I haven’t been at it that long, but I like to think I have gotten better at being a comedian than when I started. There is video evidence of this - as my first ever performance is online. It is painful to watch.
As comedians starting out, our one goal should be to get better. Getting stage time…
People on the west coast must be feeling pretty silly right about now. Why would you live somewhere gorgeous and boring all the time when you could live somewhere where natural disasters are a common occurrence? We’ve got earthquakes, hurricanes & SWAMP FIRES! There’s really no comparison, oh and might I add