Amazing Subway Beatboxer

I think this dude may have swallowed some of Skrillex’s audio gear because there’s no way an ordinary human being’s mouth should be able to make all these noises at once.

(Source: coed.com)

Skrillex Has A Video Game And It’s Awesome

It’s easy to hate on Skrillex since hating popular things just seems to be the status quo these days, but no matter which side of the Skrillex/dubstep fence you stand on, this game is definitely worth checking out.

The heavily 8-bit inspired Skrillex Quest mixes hints of Zelda, Journey, Ico, and Sword & Sworcery with trippy, glitchy, epileptic shock-inducing graphics. And, yes, it’s set to a Skrillex track (but it’s more chill and trance-y compared to his more violently wubby stuff) and uses iconic cues from his arsenal of songs as sound effects. If all that doesn’t sound like your cup of tea, just mute it, but it definitely adds to the overall experience.

The whole game can be completed in around 20 minutes. Check it out for free at SkrillexQuest.com.

It’s also worth mentioning that this was made by Jason Oda, the same guy who made the incredible Flash game based on one of my favorite 80’s sitcoms, Perfect Strangers.

[Chiptune Damage] Watch This Dude Play His Game Boy Over Skrillex, Rick Astley, & Carly Rae Jepsen

Chiptune musician Superpowerless recently kicked off a new YouTube channel which he describes as “purely for inappropriately gameboy soloing all the way through every song ever.” Describing this dude as “awesome” would be an understatement. Plus, he has really good hair and a dreamy accent.

If the Skrillex choonage up top didn’t wet your whistle, check out some Game Boy soloing over “Never Gonna’ Give You Up” and “Call Me Maybe” below.

And if that still isn’t enough, check out this rad video for Superpowerless’ song “Wasted My Time” that was funded by MTV and Vodaphone back in 2009 when he won their Fast Track competition.

Be sure to follow Superpowerless on YouTube, Bandcamp, Twitter, and Facebook. You can check out his Game Boy Solo channel here.

Craving more blips, bloops, and bleeps? Check the Chiptune Damage Archives for more!

Albotas x Brisk x Star Wars x 7-Eleven.

The folks over at Brisk asked us to make a YouTube video telling you dudes about how you can use your Kinect to scan specially marked limited edition bottles of Brisk and unlock Anakin’s podracer in Star Wars Kinect. We wound up going overboard and making some sort of weird dubstep/rap video hybrid. Enjoy!

A Little Bit On The Skrillex + Snorlax Side: Dubstep meets Pokemon in this visual remix of Skrillex’s “Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites” album cover by Dann Matthews. Available as a t-shirt, hoodie, sticker, iPod or iPhone case from RedBubble.

A Little Bit On The Skrillex + Snorlax Side: Dubstep meets Pokemon in this visual remix of Skrillex’s “Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites” album cover by Dann Matthews. Available as a t-shirt, hoodie, sticker, iPod or iPhone case from RedBubble.

A Little Bit On The AVICII Side: Electronic musician person AVICII remixes and unce-ifies music from the greatest 2D Mario game of all time, Super Mario World. Also, if a dancing 16-bit Michael Jackson with a Mario head doesn’t make your guts happy inside, then you clearly have no soul.

(via GoNintendo)

This Guy is Proof that Androids Walk Among Us

This may look like a video of a dude dancing, but I’m certain that it’s really a sophisticated android sent from the future to serve mankind. And I mean “You Got Served” serve, not “iRobot” serve.

This dude is pulling off some serious reality hacks. He skips frames, runs in slow motion, and even rewinds. Shit gets real at 1:12, and then even more real around 4:11 at the tippy-toe freeze.

(via Colossal)

A Little Bit On: Eclectic Method [Video Interview]

Eclectic Method is the audiovisual mash-up group responsible for such awesomeness as The Dark Side dubstep remix, The Tarantino Mixtape, Daft Tron, 8Bit Mixtape, and heaps of other insane remixes that will make your eyeballs and ear-holes feel all kinds of sexy.

I had the chance to sit down with Jonny Wilson, one of the group’s three members, at this year’s Virgin Mobile FreeFest where he talks shit on Yoda from the Star Wars series, praises Community star Donald Glover (aka indie hip-hop sensation Childish Gambino), and schools us on his audiovisual mash-up roots. Enjoy!

Techno Wizard Finds His Magic Dancing Potion

Techno Wizard’s ‘Rage’ skill has been increased by +5. Rage on, Techno Wizard. Rage on.

(Source: youtube.com)

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