Jonathan Antoine and Charlotte Jaconelli during their audition for Britain’s Got Talent 2012
Wow! This guy has one of the best voices I’ve ever heard in my entire life. I don’t even keep up with these shows, but I sincerely hope Jonathan Antoine sweeps this season. Charlotte Jaconelli’s voice does compliment Jonathan’s, but I think it’s obvious who the real star is here. Regardless, the duo won over all four judges (even Simon)! Best of luck to both of them.
Give this ridiculously awesome video a watch below.
The song performed in the video is The Prayer; the song was originally a duet performed by Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli in 1999. It’s been covered numerous times, and Jonathan and Charlotte really nailed it in their audition.
This is a really incredible video that has compiled snapshots of Earth from space into a timelapse. The photographs were taken with a low-light camera, so the lighting in the pictures is truly fantastic. The pictures were taken by the crew of expedition 28 & 29 onboard the International Space Station from August to October in 2011.
GameStop stores around the globe are exciting places to be. From teens and young adults to parents and grandparents, our customers come from all different countries and continents, with interests ranging from sword fighting to soduku, and from drag racing to dancing. But they all have two things in common: a passion for video games and GameStop.
We offer customers the most popular new software, hardware and game accessories for next generation video game systems and the PC. In addition, our used game trade program creates value for customers while recycling products no longer being played.
This is how I feel about Gamestop (as explained by Machinima)
Machinima is a video game entertainment company that makes viral videos and other fun things for video gamers to watch and do. If you enjoyed the video, be sure to check out their website or YouTube channel.
Oh, the 90′s. So many great albums and hit singles were produced in the 90′s and thinking about them just makes me realize how horrible a lot of the radio tunes are these days. Because I love 90′s music (and let’s face it, who doesn’t?), I thought I’d compile a list of pop-rock and alternative music from the 90′s that was absolutely awesome.
I will point out that I’m not going to list every band you listened to in the 90′s that was good. I’m even going to make some notable exceptions by leaving out Nirvana and Pearl Jam. Yes, yes, I know there were a lot of great grunge and post-grunge bands from the 90′s, and I also know there were some bands that were so good that their sound defied all genres and they must now be worshiped as music gods. But that’s NOT what I’m talking about here. What I really miss is the carefree alternative and pop-rock bands that played the type of songs that just made you want to bob your head and sing along. Even so, I went ahead and threw in a couple of other old favorites as well.
And now, without further ado, I present a small fortune of the excellent sing-along, bob-your-head, jam-your-air-drums, play-your-air-guitar hits from the 90′s!
Once a year BOSS runs a competition to find the best music looper (using their loop station device of course). I just had the pleasure of watching the below video entry from Matt Mulholland and it’s quite awesome! Keep in mind this video was shot in one take and uses no prerecorded loops. It’s done completely in real-time! Enjoy!
Bands around the world cover songs every day; whether it’s at a bar, on a stage, or in a concert hall, bands and artists enjoy paying tribute to the musicians who inspire them. For new or local artists, covering a popular song or two can be an easy way to please a crowd before introducing an original song that the musician hopes they’ll also enjoy.
Something I’ve noticed about most garage bands and cover bands is that almost all of them can play Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana. And it’s not just because it’s an easy song to play (though it does have a simple rhythm), but also because nearly everyone likes itNirvana is hardcore sh*t! It’s always a hit when playing live because it’s so familiar. Everyone has heard of Kurt Cobain and Nirvana.
But it’s not just the fans and listeners; it’s so popular that I suspect you would have a difficult time finding any musician that couldn’t play it or at least come close just having heard the melody. Since so many people are familiar with the song it’s an easy first song for many bands to practice and learn as well.
These short films (Move, Eat, and Learn) are absolutely brilliant. Rick Mereki and 2 friends spent 44 days travelling the world. During their travels they visited 11 countries and filmed almost a terabyte of footage with their 2 cameras.
Speaking of Super Mario, have you ever wondered what Mario would feel like if you could play it from first person? Massud Sarahi and J. Lee certainly wondered what FPS-style Mario would be like, so rather than continue pondering they just recreated Super Mario Bros. and a few of its levels using the Unreal Engine!
If classic Mario had been in first-person and had the Unreal Tournament 3 announcer, this is definitely what it would have been like! They have another video up showing some more gameplay without the enemies, seen below.
This isn’t the first time someone has created a first-person Mario video, but it’s certainly the first time I’ve seen someone render a playable version in the Unreal Engine. If you thought these were cool, there are morevideoson Vimeo.