Mitchell Davis is a YouTuber! A partaker in this underground community (via the internet) that most of the world is completely oblivious to, Mitchell Davis, or: ‘livelavalive‘ is one of those few people that spends his spare time making entertaining and ARTISTIC videos for internet surfers all over the world! [ Continue Reading ]
The “Double Rainbow” video is currently a smash hit on the Internetz; we all love the stunned man’s voice as he describes the absolute miracle of a double and a possible triple rainbow for three and a half minutes. Since, many videos have been posted re-making, mocking, or copying the Double Rainbow phenomenon video, but the best I’ve seen so far is on schmoyoho‘s YouTube page. The page features songs by Auto-Tune the News, a group by The Gregory Brothers that creates auto-tuned catchy songs out of funny news stories. Check out the auto-tuned version and the original video below. [ Continue Reading ]
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These New Puritans are a British rock band from the Southend-on-Sea area. The group consists of Jack Barnett (songwriter, producer, vocalist, multi-instrumentalist), his twin brother George Barnett (drums, loops), Thomas Hein (bass guitar, sampler, drums), and Sophie Sleigh-Johnson (keyboards, sampler).
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OK Go is a rock band originally from Chicago, Illinois, now residing in Los Angeles. The band is composed of Damian Kulash (vocals and guitar), Tim Nordwind (bass guitar and vocals), Dan Konopka (drums and percussion) and Andy Ross (guitar, keyboards and vocals). Turned internet celebrities over night with their video “Here it goes again“, where the band members ran, jumped off and on treadmills. “This Too Shall Pass” video is trying to capture the same success and energy. So far it seems like it is doing just that. Check out the video after the break. Pretty impressive stuff!