Indie folk rock musician Jonathan Coulton turns 50 today, so here’s a 30-minute documentary I made about his career.
In this episode of the Geekare Humanum podcast, Sindre and Renate discuss: Theodor Kittelsen paintings, Anubis: Dog of Death, The Lonely Island, Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping.
I first discovered “the 4th most popular folk comedy duo in New Zealand” through listening to their first studio album on repeat with a friend while we were having a long drive to a cabin trip in 2010.
Sometimes, a normal live-action music video cannot do justice to a Ninja Sex Party song.
Thank god for animation!
Samurai Abstinence Patrol
A lot of the songs by Ninja Sex Party are quite raunchy, but here are five mostly safe for work ‘Ninja Sex Party’ songs.
Dinosaur Laser Fight
Danny Sexbang and Ninja Brian teaches a classroom full of kids the science of dinosaurs, and how they battled robots with lasers.
The animated bits were made by Arin Hanson, aka Egoraptor.
Danny is rock as fuck, just ask his mom!
The animated bits were made by Gregzilla, and the tagging on the wall were various bits of NSP fan-art.
Let’s Get This Terrible Party Started
A party anthem works wonders for getting party attendees psyched!
But there needs to be an actually good party underneath it all, or the whole thing just seems silly.
For the record, I think a ‘Dungeons and Dragons’ party would actually be pretty cool.
Danny tries to win over a woman, by bragging about how he defeated a mythical beast.
Eating Food In The Shower
The comedy band Ninja Sex Party are juvenile as a rule, but these five songs are some of their most explicit.
You Can Do Us
Six years ago, on my first date with my girlfriend, she asked me a question.
“What kind of music do you listen to?”
This is a really simple question for most people, but not for me.
You see, I am not that into music.
I mean, I do really enjoy music, but I don’t have that many serious musicians that I listen to.
It is mostly comedy bands, and stuff like Miracle of Sound that has a lot of references to popular culture in it.
I am a bigger fan of comedy than I am of music.
My date was