N64 Music Video

N64 Music Video

The XBox 1 and PS4 may be all the rave this year, but back in 1996 there was only one system every geek dreamed of for Christmas. 

The Nintendo 64. 

UPROXX traveled back in time to celebrate and remember one of the great systems of all time with this outrageous N64 music video


Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2013/12/24/n64-music-video/

September is here, summer is drawing to a close, but not to worry – it’s going to be a bloody good month to go to the cinema.

Check out some of the films we’re looking forward to seeing here:

Sausage Party (02/09)

Whats it about?Food items are horrified to discover what actually happens after humans take them home from the supermarket.

Whos in it?Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, Kristen Wiig, James Franco, Michael Cera and Salma Hayek.

Is it good?It’s probably the weirdest film you’ll see all year, but it’s hilarious.

Don’t Breathe (09/09)

Whats it about? A group of friends attempt to rob a wealthy blind man, but they quickly find out that he’s a lot more capable (and violent) than they’d thought…

Whos in it? Stephen Lang, Jane Levy and Dylan Minnette

Is it good?Reviews have been very positive, and people are already suggesting that this could be the best horror of the year…

Blair Witch (15/09)

Whats it about?After James finds a video that he believes shows his (missing) sister in the notorious Blair Witch woods, he and a group of friends head there themselves, hoping to find her.

Whos in it?Corbin Reid, Wes Robinson and Valorie Curry.

Is it good?We haven’t seen it yet, but director Adam Wingard (V/H/S, You’re Next) claims it’s his scariest movie yet.

Cafe Society (02/09)

Whats it about? A young New Yorker moves to 1930s Los Angeles, and promptly falls in love with his uncle’sbeautiful young secretary.

Whos in it?Jesse Eisenberg, Kristen Stewart, Steve Carell and Blake Lively

Is it good?Reviews have been largely positive, with loyal fans of Woody Allen sure to enjoy his most recent effort.

Bridget Jones’ Baby (16/09)

Whats it about?Bridget Jones, now divorced from Mark Darcy, gets pregnant, but has no idea who the father is. Is it her ex-husband, or her handsome rebound, the American Jack Qwant?

Whos in it?Rene Zellweger, Colin Firth, Patrick Dempsey and Emma Thompson

Is it good? Watch this space…

The Girl with all the Gifts (23/09)

Whats it about?Based on the best-selling horror novel, this looks at a scientist and a teacher living alongside some very special children in a post-zombie-apocalypse hell.

Whos in it?Gemma Arterton, Glenn Close and Paddy Considine

Is it good?Reviews have been mixed, but fans of the zombie genre should be delighted.

Imperium (16/09)

Whats it about?An FBI agent goes undercover to take down a radical neo-Nazi group.

Whos in it?Daniel Radcliffe, Toni Collette and Sam Trammell.

Is it good?Yes – Imperium has attracted some high praise (apparently it’s tense and terrifying) with Radcliffe’s performance in particular seriously making some waves.

The Magnificent Seven (23/09)

Whats it about?Seven “magnificent” men come together to help a village defend themselves from thieves in this remake of the 1960 Western classic.

Whos in it? Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt and Ethan Hawke.

Is it good? Watch this space…

Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children (30/09)

Whats it about?Investigating his grandfather’s death, Jacob stumbles across a strange home filled with “peculiar children”.

Whos in it?Eva Green, Samuel L. Jackson and Asa Butterfield

Is it good?We’ve yet to see it, but if Tim Burton’s other work(and the book that this film is based on)is anything to go by, we should be very excited…

Swiss Army Man (30/09)

Whats it about?A man stranded on a desert island gets some company in the shape of a (still farting) corpse that washes up on the beach.

Whos in it?Paul Dano and Daniel Radcliffe.

Is it good?This film polarised audiences when it first screened – some walked out in disgust, others gave it a standing ovation. You’ll have to judge for yourself whose side you’re on.

Read more: http://www.hellou.co.uk/2016/08/what-movies-are-coming-out-in-september-102996/


Ed Sheeran and Macklemore perform at the iHeartRadio Music Festival on Sept. 20 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
Image: Ethan Miller/Getty Images for iHeartMedia

LAS VEGAS — What happens in Vegas doesn’t stay in Vegas.

Videocameras descended upon Sin City for the iHeartRadio Music Festival, which was pre-taped over the weekend for its Sept. 29 and 30 broadcast on The CW.

Once televised, the festival will treat viewers with exhilarating performances from radio stalwarts like One Direction, Lorde, Ariana Grande, Calvin Harris and Usher.

Among the most memorable moments: Ed Sheeran teamed up with Macklemore on LGBT anthem “Same Love;” Taylor Swift teased her upcoming album with “Shake It Off;” Nicki Minaj and Iggy Azalea brought rap flavor to the otherwise pop- and rock-heavy event; and Coldplay and Train reminded us why we’re Generation Selfie.

Mashable attended the festival to bring you a sneak peek at what you’ll see. So set your calendars because these are 15 moments you won’t want to miss on TV.

1. Ed Sheeran Duets With Macklemore on ‘Same Love’

Ed Sheeran kept his set simple filling the stage with just himself and his guitar to show off songs from his recent chart-topping sophomore album, X. But unexpectedly, the British crooner brought out Macklemore to tag-team on “Same Love,” the “Thrift Shop” rapper’s LGBT anthem that’s typically performed by Macklemore, Ryan Lewis and Mary Lambert.

2. Coldplay and Train Infuse Their Sets With Seflies


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What do you do when your audience begs you for a selfie while you’re performing onstage? Well, if you’re Chris Martin of Coldplay or Pat Monahan of Train you grab their phones, grant their wishes and show them how a celebrity selfie is really done.

3. Paramore Lets Young Fan Sing ‘Misery Business’

Hayley Williams of Paramore invited a fan to belt “Misery Business” (see 4:00 mark in the video, above) She gave the fan, Mariah, some solo time to shine before joining her for the head-banging chorus.

4. Taylor Swift Reminds All of Us About ‘1989’

Can you guess what year Taylor Swift was born by just watching that Instagram? Ding, ding, ding. 1989 is correct and it’s also the title of her upcoming pop album. Swift, who opened the entire festival with an impressive medley of hits as “1989” flashed in the background, closed her set with the album’s lead single, “Shake It Off.” Swift also performed a slowed-down, dramatic remix of “Love Story.”

5. Pete Wentz ‘Crowd Surfs’ on Inflatable Raft

Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy surfed amid the crowd inside an inflatable boat, high-fiving fans on his way back to the stage during Steve Aoki’s set.

6. Usher Lights Shoes on Fire With Chris Brown


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One way to heat up a dance-off against surprise guest Chris Brown is to light your shoes on fire. That’s what Usher did during their duet of “New Flame.”

7. Nicki Minaj: ‘They Deserve to Be Shitted On’

“Anaconda” rapper Nicki Minaj paused her booty-shaking routing to deliver some words of wisdom: “If you’ve got somebody in your life that don’t want to see you shine, put your number twos in the air ’cause they deserve to be shitted on.”

8. Zac Brown Band Covers ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’

The Zac Brown Band incited one of the biggest sing-a-longs of the weekend with an intriguing cover of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody.”

9. Steve Aoki Throws Bakery Cake at Fans

Like clockwork, electronic house musician Steve Aoki once again hurled a bakery-style cake at some rowdy fans. No champagne showers this time, though.

10. Alicia Keys Puts Baby Bump on Display


Usher plays with Alicia Keys’ baby bump at the iHeartRadio Music Festival at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

When he wasn’t lighting his shoes on fire, Usher was spotted backstage playing with 8-months pregnant Alicia Keys’ baby bump, which graced the stage during her inspiring performance of “We Are Here.”

11. Ariana Grande and Childish Gambino Join Forces

Childish Gambino hopped onstage during Ariana Grande’s set to perform “Break Your Heart Right Back,” their duet that samples Notorious B.I.G.’s “Mo Money Mo Problems” and Diana Ross’ “I’m Coming Out.”

12. Weezer Jams Out With 4-Man Drum Segment

Representing the alternative rock genre, Weezer closed their set with the 1994 classic “Buddy Holly” and a 4-person drum session.

13. Lorde’s Hair Flips Out

Are you OK, Lorde? Just kidding. We know you give it your all with your vocals and free-spirited, manic moves — but apparently your hair has a life of its own, too.

14. Jennifer Lawrence Supports Chris Martin


Jennifer Lawrence walks backstage at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas.

Image: Mark Davis/Getty Images for iHeartMedia

With dating rumors between Coldplay’s Chris Martin and actress Jennifer Lawrence already aflame, J-Law added some gasoline to the fiery rumors by being spotted backstage the same night night Coldplay performed. Consciously coupled. That’s still unofficial.

15. Ed Sheeran Takes Us Back With ‘No Diggity’

In a soulful mashup, Ed Sheeran smoothly blended his new single “Don’t” with Blackstreet’s “No Diggity” and Chris Brown’s “Loyal.”

BONUS: 24 Musical Tattoos That Strike the Right Chord


Universal Music wants you to know that not all kitties are zombies. Keep that in mind when you head over to FindThe13.com, a website set up to give Rob Zombie fans a fun way to earn a free download.

People must hunt for 13 zombie cats amid regular cats, Rob Zombie faces and scantily clad women.

FindThe13.com also promote’s Rob Zombie’s “Thunder Kiss ’65” single, which be on his forthcoming remix album — Mondo Sex Head — that drops Aug. 7.

BONUS: 15 Best Cat Memes Ever [MEOW]

There’s something about abandoned, forsaken places that gives people the creeps. Here are the 20 most surreal deserted spots on Earth, and get a glimpse at a world without humans….

1. This house was part of what was once a fairly successful small island colony in Chesapeake Bay in the US. Rapid erosion of the island meant that there was less and less room to live. This was the last house left on Holland Island before it’s collapse in 2010.


2. The former headquarters if Bulgaria’s Communist Party are just as eerie the inside as they our outside. In use from 1980 – 1991, it feel into disrepair after the fa;; of the Soviet Union.


3. Sorrento, Italy. A former mill that fell became abandoned after the construction of Tasso Square.


5. Michigan Central Station was built in 1913 in Detroit, but due to several planning oversights and mistakes it gradually declined before it’s close in 1988.


6.  Neo Tiew Village in Singapore, was once a thriving housing estate. Residents have since vacated and it has become a ghost town


7. The New Bedord Urpheum is an old theater and entertainment building located in Massachusetts in the U.S. It was opened in 1912 and closed in 1959 and since then has stored tobacco and served as a supermarket.


8 This train station in Abkhazia, Georgia, was abandoned during the War in 1992 and 1993.


9. This 1341 year old city is trapped under water in the Zhejiang province in eastern China.


10. An abandoned subway tunnel under Kiev, Ukraine.


11. This is the hull of the SS Ayrfield, a large steam ship condemned to dismantling in Homebush Bay, Australia after WWII. When the dismantling yard closed down, however, is and several other ships remained where they were. Now, it is a beautiful and haunting floating forest that serves as an example of nature’s capacity for survival.


12. Abandoned Military Hospital in Beelitz, Germany. Hitler recuperated here after a leg wound incurred at the Battle of Somme in 1916


13. This beautifully designed metro station sits abandoned underneath the City Hall in New York. Because of it’s location, much thought went into it’s design, but nearby stations ensured it never received much traffic.


14. This is the Mar Sem Fim, shipwrecked near Ardley Cove in Antartica. It has since been recovered.






17. Willard Asylum, New York, closed in 1995. Housing 4000 patients at it’s peak, more than half of the 50,000 people admitted died within in the walls and were never discharged.


18. Wreck of the SS America on the Canary Islands


19. Abandoned sugar factory, Brooklyn, New York.


20. Guido Galletti built this statue of Christ in 1954 and placed it into the water at a depth of 55 feet in San Fruttuoso, Itay.


Read more: http://www.hellou.co.uk/2014/12/20-ghostly-deserted-places-earth-will-give-goosebumps-29004/


Hackers seem to be as common as Christmas trees at the moment. The latest scandal occurred yesterday after a group claiming to be part of Anonymous released a document containing 13,000 username-and-password combinations along with credit card numbers and expiration dates.

The stolen information was released in a massive text file posted on public sharing site Ghostbin.

DailyDot’s Aaron Sankin sifted through the file and discovered the leaks came from the sites listed below. Just to be on the safe side, if you have an account with any of these places, you might want to change your password and start monitoring your credit card for any suspicious charges.

PlayStation Network
Xbox Live
Hulu Plus

We get the feeling that there will be a few more hacker stories in the coming weeks.

Read more: http://www.hellou.co.uk/2014/12/hackers-strike-one-13000-affected-31499/

Gangnam Style is so two thousand and late. BF_STATIC.timequeue.push(function () { if (BF_STATIC.bf_test_mode) localStorage.setItem(‘posted_date’, 1408599169); }); BF_STATIC.timequeue.push(function () { document.getElementById(“update_posted_time_3423872”).innerHTML = “posted on ” + UI.dateFormat.get_formatted_date(1408599169); });

1. Watch a group of clueless Americans attempt to perform these iconic K-Pop dance moves:

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2. 1. “The Arrogant Dance”

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Originated in “Abracadabra” by the Brown Eyed Girls. Trust me, this music video is everything. Similarly sickening visuals in their videos for “Sixth Sense” and “Kill Bill.”

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Popularized internationally by some guy named PSY in “Gentleman,” briefly making us forget about that little craze called “Gangnam Style.”

4. 2. “Electric Shock” by f(x)

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Officially debuted as “Asia’s Pop Dance Group.” Also check out their hits “Rum Pum Pum,” “Hot Summer,” and their latest single, “Red Light” for a bumpin’ playlist.

5. 3. “Fantastic Baby” by Big Bang

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If you don’t know Big Bang, you don’t know what you’re missing. Members Taeyang and G-Dragon are especially known for their slick moves, but even if they stood still, this idol band radiates pure swag.

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Swag. For. Days.

7. 4. “The Butt Dance”

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Oh, you know, just another enormous dance craze of ladies shakin’ their booties, but “Mister,” by KARA manages to make it totally cute. Sorry, Anacondas.

8. 5. “Sorry, Sorry” by Super Junior

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One of the biggest boy bands in K-Pop had this massive hit with an unforgettable routine by Nick Bass and Trent Dickens (who also choreographed the the likes of Usher and Justin Timberlake). Also check out “Bonamana” and “Mr. Simple” to fully appreciate how super these guys really are.

9. 6. “I Am The Best” by 2NE1

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It’s hard not to love 2NE1. Attitude. Style. Dance. Crossover appeal. They have it all.

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Don’t believe me? Check out “I Love You,” “Come Back Home,” and “Ugly” and live.

11. 7. “Ring Ding Dong” by SHINee

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Many idol bands like EXO, INFINITE, 2PM, and TVXQ! are known for being flawless dancers, but SHINee reigns supreme in featuring technically difficult and highly recognizable dance moves. See also: “Lucifer” and “Sherlock.”

12. 8. “Gee” by Girls’ Generation

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Other notable girl groups with fantastic dancers like 4MINUTE, T-ara, and miss A simply cannot compare to the sheer celebrity and popularity of Girls’ Generation. From “Genie” to “The Boys” to “I Got A Boy,” these nine women have become synonymous with the power of the Korean Wave.

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There’s no doubt about it: K-Pop rules the world.

Read more: http://buzzfeed.com/eugeneyang/8-iconic-dance-moves-that-prove-k-pop-is-the-best

It’s happening again. Another web music video is quietly becoming the next big thing.

The Australian Metro originally went viralviral with their cutesy Dumb Way To Die animated music video PSA. Now, the parodies and spoofs are beginning to pour in

Megasteakman is the latest to spoof the song, this time, with a video game twist. Namely, Dumb Ways to Die in Video GamesAlready, the new video is featured on Kotaku, NowMSNWebProNews, and StuffIStole.


Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2012/12/07/dumb-ways-to-die-in-video-games-parody/


Today is the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ first single, “Love Me Do.”

Oct. 5, 1962 marked the beginning of an eight-year period that would transform the four young Liverpudlians into rock/pop music demigods. Having survived the test of time, The Beatles’ music is incredibly popular around the globe to this day.

Despite its popularity, the group’s recordings have not yet found their way onto streaming music services such as Spotify.

Nevertheless, you can still get your “Fab Four” fix on the web. The Internet is swarming with Beatles fans just like yourself, who have produced plenty of content with which to engage. Here are six ways to enjoy The Beatles online.

1. Learn How to Sing Beatles’ Vocal Harmonies

Most bands are lucky to have one great singer. The Beatles had four. Not only could every member of the band sing, the band had a unique ability to create lush vocal harmonies.

From the following video, you can learn how to sing all three parts of the song “Because,” from the album Abbey Road. This song is arguably The Beatles’ most impressive and complex in terms of harmonizing. The same singer recorded a video of himself singing all three parts at once, if you need to hear how it sounds before learning the individual parts.

Now go find two euphonic friends, study this video for an hour, then impress all your buddies at the next party.

2. Baby, You Can Drive The Beatles’ Cars

Well actually, a double-decker bus, a yellow submarine, the “Magical Mystery Tour” bus and a car. Play the game Ticket to Ride, from Free Addicting Games.

In the game, you’ll be responsible for picking up John, Paul, George and Ringo from various locations in Liverpool, then driving the quartet to the airport so they can fly to New York and play a concert at Shea Stadium. The game doesn’t boast Xbox 360-quality graphics, but it’s still fun. It takes about five minutes to play, but you can always replay it to beat your best time.

If this game is any indication of reality, there are a lot of ducks in the streets of Liverpool. Try not to run them over! (Note: You will need Adobe Shockwave to play this game. If you don’t already have the software, the game will prompt you to download it for free.)

3. Find Out What The Beatles Were Doing on This Day 50 Years Ago

This one is for the true Beatles fanatic. On his website Beatle.net, Beatles expert Bruce Spizer updates the trivia section weekly, explaining what The Beatles were doing 50 years ago.

Between 1998 and 2011, Spizer wrote eight books on The Beatles’ recording career, so he’s well-qualified to present a great deal of arcane information about the band. This is an especially good time to start following Spizer’s updates, given the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ debut release.

4. Show Off Your Beatles Knowledge by Acing Beatles Quizes on Sporcle

Now that you’ve learned all there is to know about The Beatles from Bruce Spizer, head over to Sporcle to put that knowledge to use. Sporcle has over 500 Beatles-themed quizzes, as well as a very engaging format.

The quizzes are timed, and as you type in correct responses, the list of answers fills itself out. Can you name all six people who have been in The Beatles? Did you know “Torquete et Clamate” means “Twist and Shout” in Latin? Sporcle will help take your Beatles trivia to the next level.

Beatles on Sporcle

5. Feast Your Eyes on Beatles Fan Art and Photography

Many Beatles images have become iconic over the years, the album covers of Abbey Road and Let It Be, to name a couple. The Internet contains a wealth of Beatles photographs and also a great deal of fan art inspired by those photographs.

The Flickr pool “Photos of The Beatles” has nearly 6,000 photos of the group, and there are over 100,000 search results listed for “The Beatles” on deviantArt, which you can sort by popularity.

Beatles Fan Art Collage

6. Watch a Beatles Documentary

The documentary The Beatles Explosion is available for free on Hulu (which unfortunately means you’ll have to endure a few commercials).

There is very little music in the film; rather, it is almost entirely clips of reporters interviewing members of the band throughout the early years of their careers. Basically, it is nearly two hours of drolleries at the expense of the American and British press. When one reporter tells the group that Detroit University is trying to “stamp out The Beatles movement” and “they think your haircuts are un-American,” John Lennon promptly replies, “Well, that was very observant of them, because we aren’t American.”

Between the interview scenes, you’ll watch cuts of shrill-screaming young fanatics. You can watch the entire documentary below. Look for a particularly interesting scene about 24 minutes from the end, when a reporter interviews a Minnesota police officer about his experience with The Beatles.

Fan art images courtesy of Bobsmade, Denise Esposito, GuillermoVA, and Akagnma via deviantART.

Read more: http://mashable.com/2012/10/05/beatles-internet/


It’s rapidly starting to look like your best chance at getting a Surface tablet in the next couple weeks is to head over to a Microsoft retail store, unless your order’s already in. For those of you planning to make the trek, Microsoft has revealed an additional incentive to help sweeten the deal, offering some customers a year’s worth of premium Xbox Music service.

We talked about Xbox Music a little last week, when Microsoft announced the cross-platform streaming service. While it’s going to be free as an ad-supported edition on Windows 8 devices, a premium $10 monthly subscription is needed to access the service through Xbox consoles and smartphones.

As part of Friday’s launch event, the first 100 people in line at any Microsoft retail store will be eligible for the free Xbox Music Pass. Microsoft seems to imply that the purchase of a Surface tablet is required for the offer, but the terms and conditions leave a bit more leeway; you might just be able to get away with any purchase in the store — but don’t quote us on that.

The offer should be good at both full Microsoft retail stores and its pop-up kiosks erected for the Surface launch.

This article originally published at Pocketnow

Read more: http://mashable.com/2012/10/23/microsoft-surface-xbox-music/