Sunday, 18 November 2012

Punk Rock for a Sunday afternoon

Oh, guys, this is brilliant!

Ansbach's local punk rock kings My Perfect Mistake bring you a cover of Rainhard Fendrich's masterpiece "Weus'd a Herz Hast Wia a Bergwerk" - this is Bavarian for "Because you have a heart like a colliery (I like you)".
Nice one! So hey, this is Bavarian punk rock at its finest - perfect for a lazy, blurry, hangover Sunday afternoon (you know, what I mean, don't you ;-)).





Apart from this new song, My Perfect Mistake recently announced quite touching news: their singer DD - one of the founding members of MPM - has left the band. Their new singer is Basti "Käthe" Völler, who was the front man and bass player of the former punk rock band "No Rivet".

Here they are in their new band set:


















Enjoy, people and have a rocking Sunday!

Sunday, 20 May 2012

The kid of Rock :-)


How to best wake up a sleeping kid? With Nirvana of course!!

I tell you guys, this young man has The Beat ;-)

Looking forward to see more of this young rock star - just hillarious! Enjoy!

Monday, 27 February 2012

The drummer who was at the wrong gig


Ladies and Gentlemen,
this is just hillarious! Probably the most artistic drummer in the world:



This is Steve Moore, the "Mad Drummer".

Thursday, 23 February 2012

Friday, 3 February 2012

Gotye and me - an Interpretion


If you listen to mainstream radio from time to time (*lol*) you might have stumbled over "Gotye" and his Somebody I Used To Know - a song played all over in the charts since last year. Well, think of the song what you like - for me it's not the ultimate "burner", but compared to the other 20 German mainstream radio top songs which are continously being repeated hour after hour until your ears start bleeding due to the never-ending monotony, it's the far best at the moment.

And just don't bother about the, ehm, "weird" music video when it appears on your screen - it's art, you know.... ;)




Anyway, what this post actually should be about - the coolest, wittiest (*e-hem*) interpretation of Somebody I Used To Know so far: done by the German comedians Joko & Klass (and friends):



Enjoy and sing along people - it's not that bad, remember: it's art!