Since it's the 10th birthday of the MicroKORG, it's only appropriate that Brett Domino and Steven Peavis work out a tribute to the synthesizer with a sexy LMFAO cover.
In case you missed him (although we're sure you didn't), John Mayer is back on the music scene after a two year vacation, and, surprisingly enough, he still has at least one fan left. Jimmy Thompson reignites our love affair with Draw Something with his fan-made video for "Queen of California."
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While these albums are more than 20 years old, the sounds remain fresh, and now the physical product is as well with these new colored pressings.
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The Ishikawa Oku Laboratory in Japan created a robotic hand that is unbeatable at Rock-Paper-Scissors, mainly because it's a cheating asshole.