enjoy this weird video of a drag queen dancing and singing to football hooligan-like guys and two women. party!!!
this video looks absolutely amazing artistically but at the same time, the content is messed up af…
happy hump day everyone!!! enjoy some pepsi as a treat ;)
damn. now i want a pepsi… :( and i want to dance!
as written in the wiki:
Ryan DeRobertis (born February 2, 1993, known by his stage name Skylar Spence and formerly known as Saint Pepsi) is an American electronic musician and singer who grew up in Farmingville, New York and attended Boston College for two years studying music.
this just dropped from galantis and man, this is unexpected! love the minimalist approach – it really grows on you. it’s gonna get you psyched and yet it’s calming at the same time somehow… really nice job with this one, galantis! big up!
maybe we could just run away for good
never heard of Porter Robinson. now all I hear is Porter Robinson. Haha! :) this is spectacular!
I love this!!! “…little cute, surreal, hopeful, and maybe somehow evocative of fiction…” – spot on! :)
Porter Robinson delivers the second single “Sad Machine” off his highly anticipated debut artist album Worlds set to release through Astralworks following up “Sea of Voices”. We hear an electro pop side of Porter with some vocals from himself for the very first time, vocoded obviously. Listen to the song below and check out some words from Porter:
“I’d used Vocaloid as the vocals for several of the songs on Worlds, and then the idea of a duet between a lonely robot girl and the human boy who encounters her occurred to me. I didn’t have much time before I had to turn in the entire album, so I just sang the male parts. I wanted something that felt distantly sad, a little cute, surreal, hopeful, and maybe somehow evocative of fiction?” – Porter Robinson
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