Nope, that’s not a typo. The trio are back. Erase Me is a single from The Sound of The Life of The Mind, the band’s first album in thirteen years. More angry piano and sad bastard music please!
Louis C.K. is famous for saying: “Everything is amazing, and nobody is happy.” This short film rephrases that: “Everything’s amazing and all, but, like, you think I should get side bangs?”
Peter Drakos is so good at carnival games that he’s forced establishments to limit the number of prizes a person can win. He’s donated his winnings – almost 250,000 toys – to over 50 charities.
We all know The Who’s classic Won’t Get Fooled Again rocks, but we had no idea how impressive John Entwistle’s bass line was until we heard his part isolated from the rest of the group.
While it would have been way more awesome if we were talking about the hairstyle, seeing hundreds of the fish leaping out of the water isn’t so bad as well. Taken by YouTuber PitBenKDH with a GoPro.
A man is consumed by thoughts of revenge. But the cry for blood is nothing compared to a sinner’s curse. David Victori’s La Culpa won the top prize at the 2012 Your Film Festival.
The somber occasion of a funeral parade for 3 fallen members of the New Zealand Defense Force’s 2nd 1st becomes all the more moving as they perform one last haka in their honor.
Ars Electronica Futurelab installed multicolored lights on 49 quadcopters then programmed them to form 3D models, resulting in a unique light show. The awesome track is Y by Monophobe.
(NSFW: Language) Gif sounds are made by combining animated gifs with songs from YouTube clips. Here’s a sampling made by redditors and compiled by YouTuber JamaicanBaconify.
Stand-up comedian Brian Turner gets heckled in a bad way by an audience member, but ultimately has the last laugh with a perfectly timed, and even more scathing comeback.
Photographer Noah Kalina started taking a picture of himself daily on January 11, 2000, and hasn’t missed a day since. That’s dedication. Or narcissism. Here are his pictures up ’til June 2012.
DARPA and Boston Dynamics’ Cheetah robot just broke the robot land-speed record by running at an insane speed of 28.3mph – quick enough to catch Usain Bolt should Skynet eventually go online.
Steve Snoey needs you to help fund his short film about Pvt. Sammy Vogel: a US Army infantryman, an unsung hero of World War II and a 7-ton, 40-foot long Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Andrew Mc Murry plays a man who manages to create a true 3D version of Roller Coaster Tycoon. He does what anyone who’s ever played a tycoon game has done at least once: go on a power trip.
YouTuber Buchan39 made the characters of Mad Men “sing” Never Gonna Give You Up. It’s amazing to see just how many times the characters have said the word “never”. Or “desert”.
When put under the intense pressure of a time limit and a chance to win lots of money, sometimes we become extraordinarily honest. But mostly we just go stupid. We haven’t laughed this hard in ages.
Sometimes life derails us from where we think we’re supposed to go, only to take us somewhere better. This short film by Jacob Wyatt is about a sneaky white fox who steals a girl’s train ticket.
Another captivating video of freestyle skater Kilian Martin. While we also love his previous skate videos, Juan Rayos’ focus on the tricks – no special effects, no music – is just as effective.
Black Moon Studios is back with another “instructional video.” This time they show us how to tell if a plane flying overhead is on a long haul flight. It’s really simple. Impossible, but simple.
Devin Supertramp’s latest clip features a real-life AltaÃ¯r jumping from roofs, walls, scaffolds and other urban scenery. Stunts performed by Ronnie Shalvis. See a cool behind-the-scenes clip here.
British table tennis player David Wetherill dished out a well-placed return shot while he was falling in his match against Germany’s Kusiak Thomasz at the 2012 London Paralympic Games.
By the end of their movie, most of The Avengers seem to be comfortable with their superhero status, but can you imagine how things might go if the brooding and miserable Batman joined them?
Jeroen Wolf of Imagine Video spent nearly a year in and around Amsterdam to make this short clip, which captures everyday people from ages 0 to 100, each speaking their age in their native tongue.
Artist Patrick Vale draws the view of the Manhattan skyline from the Empire State Building. It took Vale about 5 days on and off to finish the drawing. The song is Moanin’ by Charles Mingus.
Take a hyperactive musical trip with Chris Lohr’s remix of the first two seasons of Breaking Bad. We don’t know which is more difficult to watch – miserable Walt or evil Walt.
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