Hot “New” Dance Step

Forget jumpstyle. This is the hot new dance step (well it was hot and new in 1930)…

Check the user ‘GoodOldDays‘ for loads of great vintage videos. There’s some amazing stuff in there.

Dancing man wearing a horse mask cooks wild mushrooms

Last night I was moaning about having one of those days. This morning I’ve seen a dancing man wearing a horse mask cook wild mushrooms. Everything suddenly seems different.

McDonalds’ Freakout

I’ve got no clue what’s going on… Comment is all pure guesswork. If you can clarify please do…

Is this an ad from Japan?

Is this a really mentalist remix of an ad from Japan (it really gets going about 2/3 the way in)?

This really does look like an ad (featuring Ronald’s freaky trance-soundtracked clown-spawn…)

And daughter of Ronald (also likes Jap-trance)…

2nd clip via Mike Laurie’s ‘Ships Biscuit’ blog. The rest was just a bunch of horrible accidents…

One Of Those Days…


I’m sure everyone has those days. But I proper feel like I’ve just had one.

I’m not sure why I feel that way. I just do. I’ve had a couple of good meetings. In fact a couple of really good meetings. And some pretty good news too.

I’ve just got this horrible nagging feeling that we all need to do more stuff better. And quickly. All the time. Starting yesterday.

Clients are caring more and more about what we do. And real people are caring less and less. And it’s getting more like that every day.

Anyone else know what I mean? Or should I just have a nice cup of tea and a lie down? Goes Fulltracktastic

Big news. gets full track listening capabilities.

As of today, you can play full-length tracks and entire albums for free on the website.

Something we’ve wanted for years—for people who visit to be able to play any track for free—is now possible. With the support of the folks behind EMI, Sony BMG, Universal and Warner—and the artists they work with—plus thousands of independent artists and labels, we’ve made the biggest legal collection of music available to play online for free, the way we believe it should be.

Interestingly you can play each track 3 times, then you get an alert about their forthcoming ‘subscription service’. But I think that sounds pretty fair. If I want to listen to something on-demand, more than 3 times, I think it’s about time I started to make some commitment to it.

The more you play stuff the more the artist gets paid. That sounds pretty fair to me too.

Nice one chaps. Good luck with it.