DMed’s Video of the Week: Pittsburgh Slim, “Girls Kiss Girls”
A publicist sent this to me yesterday, and I found it amusing on a number of levels. For starters, Pittsburgh Slim looks like Zach Braff in a do rag, and when they show him lip syncing “I like when girls kiss girls,” that low voice coming from this DJ Jazzy Trevor, it looks hilariously unrealistic. Second, the actual song, if you can call it that, is three keyboard squawks laid to a drum machine. Not a new trend, but it does amaze me how music-free music is slowly becoming. Lastly, I must confess, the girl, Penthouse pet Krista Ayne, does a damn good striptease.
So yeah, the song has little to no redeeming value. But sometimes that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
To view the video, click here.
Deep Cuts: Pink Floyd (the podcast)
If you’re curious to hear (most) of the songs I picked for the current Pink Floyd Deep Cuts piece, then head on over to Sniff The Tip and listen to your ears’ content. That is all. Happy weekend to you all.
Doctor Who visits Sniff The Tip
For you Doctor fans out there, my podcast this week at Sniff The Tip is called “Rocking The TARDIS.” As the description goes,
A Doctor Who-inspired episode, filled with songs about travel, space, heroes, villains, doom, and triumph. Thrilling Doctor Who sounds are scattered throughout!
That’s right, kids. Thrilling sounds! The podcast has been cranking out a weekly episode since its inception, so there are other shows to browse as well if you’re so inclined. That is all.
The Kid goes poddy
Not to toot my own horn…well, all right maybe a little, but not too much…I now have a groovy podcast up and running. It’s called Sniff The Tip (yes the same name as my webspace) and has its first episode up and running if you’d care to check it out. That is all. Move along, now.
Give your mp3 player some good drugs
Some of ye might be well aware of this site, but for those who aren’t in the know, you can literally spend hours getting lost in the mp3 section of WFMU’s Beware of the Blog site (as well as the site in general). Tons and tons of oddball mp3s, rare albums shared in their entirety, and lots more. If you’re looking for those really different things to hear, this is a great place to waste your days as well as fill up those iPods with all sorts of kooky things to enjoy. There are even links in there for WFMU podcasts if you want even more. This is what the Internet was made for, folks.