Prepare for some very dark humour if you haven’t heard this before. Peter Serafinowicz and Robert Popper present a piece from their “Radio Spiritworld” series in which David Frost interviews Jimmy Saville in Hell.
Posted by Martin Poulter on 5 March 2015
The third in the series of radical cover versions by Andy Rehfeldt. I know light jazz covers of metal hits are already a thing – with Richard Cheese and so on – but this version of “Enter Sandman” is particularly well done, especially how it fits with the video.
Posted by Martin Poulter on 4 March 2015
Continuing the brilliant alternative cover versions of Andy Rehfeldt. This is what “Back in Black” would have sounded like if AC/DC had collaborated with Wild Cherry.
Posted by Martin Poulter on 3 March 2015
There are lots of people who like to genre-swap popular songs, including for example yours truly (cough). Andy Rehfeldt is a stand-out master, though. Taking original vocal tracks and dubbing on his own guitar, bass, and drums, he makes radically different versions that sound like how the song was always meant to be played. You can spend a lot of time journeying through his YouTube channel, but here on KDnC I will post my three favourites.
First is Bob Marley’s “Is This Love?” transformed into screaming, riff-tastic metal.
Posted by Martin Poulter on 2 March 2015
Here’s a selection of favourite GIFs from the forum TrollXChromosomes : a place for women-centred humour with often a serious message or an opportunity for bonding over shared experiences.
My Reaction When I haven’t taken a guy home in over a year and I am trying to take off his pants This GIF takes longer to load than the others, so you might have to wait a bit, like the cat.
My Reaction When the boyfriend’s face is stubbly
My Reaction When the boyfriend sticks his dick in my face for some attention but he hasn’t showered recently
Posted by Martin Poulter on 22 February 2015
For a lot of people, the TV highlight of the past year was satirist Charlie Brooker teaming up with legendary funk band The Blockheads, listing terrible things about 2014 and reasons to dread the approach of 2015.
The song is based on Ian Dury and The Blockheads’ hit “Reasons to be Cheerful – Part 3”. Brooker’s lyrics are below, transcribed mainly by user Moo Cow on Youtube. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by Martin Poulter on 21 February 2015
Make your living room fun for kids is surprisingly easy! It just takes pillows, blankets, lamp-stands, and a lot of imagination. Let Will show you how it’s done.
Via Tim & Eric
Posted by Martin Poulter on 20 February 2015
TomSka’s “Where’s the baby?” takes a cute premise all the way to its dark, disturbing conclusion.
Posted by Martin Poulter on 13 February 2015
The trailer for “We Bought a Zoo”, cut with shots from The Shawshank Redemption and The Green Mile, makes a very different kind of film.