The Lonely Island promo train just keep rolling on and we’re getting updates even more frequently than just on #WackWednesdays. Their latest video for “Diaper Money” just hit the web and it’s exactly what I’d image grown ass dudes rapping about. Lyrics about coffins, diapers, and wives p*ssies. This video has it all. It’s also dirty and NSFW. The Wack Album hits stores on June 11th.
Whack Wednesdays are the bomb! So is the rollout for the new Lonely Island album of the same title. Want to hear a new clip? Of course you do. The trio reunites with the auto-tuned master himself on this one T-Pain. But this time they aren’t on a boat, they’re banging aunts.
The latest installment of the incredible web series Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis is anything but a plain ol’ episode. In fact, if you only pay attention to the first bit of it you’ll miss out on a new music video by The Lonely Island which is about Spring Break and men marrying each other called, “Spring Break Anthem.” As if you need any more incentive, there’s also cameos from James Franco and Ed Norton and topless women in bikinis. It works people. It also gives us a good indication of how the trio is going to launch videos post SNL.
This will more than likely going to break the Internet today, you’ve been warned.
Comedian Peter Serafinowicz just made his own version of the incredibly catch Daft Punk song, “Get Lucky” and it’s the visual interpretation of what I believe my nightmares look like. Serafinowicz has directed videos in the past but all three of him also star in this one. I’m simultaneously laughing at this clip and terrified of it at the same time. Read the rest of this entry
Saturday night, The Lonely Island released a teaser clip right in the middle of an episode of Saturday Night Live to promote their forthcoming album, The Wack Album. Though the trio doesn’t have much to do with SNL these days that’s their demo and they need to demo the sh*t out of that thing.
Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccone, and Akiva Schaffer are going to return to your earholes on June 11th. The Wack Album is their follow up to 2011′s Turtleneck and Chain. You can get your pre-order of the album right now.
When Vince Vaughn hosted Saturday Night Live a few weeks back, one of the stand out sketches was “History Of Punk” which featured Fred Armisen doing a dead-on Johnny Rotten-esque character named Ian Rubbish, on the journey recounting their mock band, Ian Rubbish & the Bizzaros’ punk rock roots and love for Margaret Thatcher in a documentary.
Armisen, who spent his previous life as a drummer for the band Trenchmouth has the chops to write and perform music so why not set up a page for Ian Rubbish and the Bizarros and offer some of their songs for free. Great!
Hey Maggie Thatcher you’re alright. Read the rest of this entry
The comedy-music duo Stuckey & Murray have been kicking around the place for about 10 years. Showcasing their musical style on TV shows everywhere from the E! channel, Chelsea Handler, Cash Cab, and most recently MTV’s Guy Code (which Stuckey directs) and they write songs like this. They’re also even working on launching a new cab show.
Oh and they happen to be the creators of the amazing Fuxedo. Yes, that’s a real thing.
We would be remiss if we didn’t offer you a sneak peek at the duo’s new album, We Tried which is due out in stores early June. So if you do some math, that’s over a month early you’re going to get to lay some S&M into your earholes. So now give it a listen, here’s “Stuff & Things.” Read the rest of this entry
Sometimes it’s late at night and all you wanna do is get your sip on with your bros. But you might be underage or your town has stopped selling liquor. Trevor Moore (Whitest Kids U’ Know) has a genius idea to quench your thirst. ”What About Mouthwash?”
In his new country music video “What About Mouthwash?”, a song from his recently released music comedy album Drunk Texts To Myself, Moore suggests better ways to get your high! From drinking mouthwash to huffing glue to robotripping, Moore knows how to party. The video finds him hilariously decked out in a cowboy hat and singing in a deep country voice with an acoustic guitar.
“What About Mouthwash” is the third video in Moore’s Holy Trinity of music videos from Drunk Texts To Myself. Call it great timing or social awareness but “What About Mouthwash” debuts on the heels of the Brad Paisley/LL Cool J track (and totally racist song) “Accidental Racist.” Sorry dudes, no LL Cool J guest spot on this one. Moore’s previous track “The Pope Rap” coincided with the papal inauguration which created an immense amount of buzz all over the web.
Pour one out (Listerine) for Brad Paisley and LL Cool J’s pr team and bottoms up!