Last night on The Tonight Show, Mario Bros creator and Nintendo all-star Shigeru Miyamoto joined The Roots to play the Super Mario Brothers them on guitar.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays everyone! Here’s a quick little list of some favourite Christmas music to make this time of year a little extra bright. Enjoy!
The road to Christmas is one filled with numerous TV shows that are designed to pull at the heartstrings and make all the cuddles with your littles feel tighter. So if you are looking for something that’s fun and keeping with the Christmas spirit, check out The Muppet Family Christmas from 1987.
This week, Join Geek Aaron, Marc from Dance Robot Dance, and everybody’s favourite former Lando turned Wookie, James, as they celebrate Ron Glass, discuss Kev Smith’s departure from Buckaroo Bonzai and how they are preparing for Christmas times! Will the Geeks unanimously agree Die Hard is the best Christmas movie of all time? Will James sing us a Kinks…
Influential Canadian singer, songwriter and poet Leonard Cohen died earlier today on Nov. 10, 2016 at the age of 82. Cohen’s death was confirmed on the singer’s Facebook page by Sony Music Canada.
Looking for some tunes to play for your kiddos in an effort to get them to dance off their seemingly unending sugar high? Need some music to blast for the neighbours when they come knocking for free candy next week? Here’s a fun, little playlist of Halloween inspired songs that are sure to please. Have fun!
Australian musician and Simpsons fan Dan Cribb has released his first song from his year-long punk tribute to “The Simpsons.” Titled “Worst Tribute Ever,” Cribb will release a new song every month. This month? Flaming Moe’s. https://bandcamp.com/EmbeddedPlayer/album=258019970/size=large/bgcol=ffffff/linkcol=0687f5/tracklist=false/artwork=small/track=1250532318/transparent=true/ Check out the whole tribute over at his Bandcamp.
The official title theme music for the upcoming “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” was recently released on Pottermore. James Newton Howard starts the theme with a little of the “Harry Potter” motif created by John Williams but crafts it into a wonderful piece.
My mornings are early; I’m generally up before the sun. My commute is long in the sense that it takes me hours to go a relatively short distance from home to where I work. My car has become my second home. It is my little island paradise. No work shall be discussed or managed in…