Peep this video by Unit 4+2. An ultimate pop classic from the late ’60s.
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Got a nice little note today from an artist we interviewed for Synthesis Magazine back in the day. Renato Klieger’s art is truly badical, and his latest video follows suit. Hi I don´t know if you still remember me, but Rey Roldan did an interview around 2006 with me. Hope to not disturb you… I [...]
It’s good to see that Lindsay has a sense of humor about being an insanely narcissistic alcoholic celebrity who was, at some point, maybe a lesbian.
Those familiar with Tera Melos know the group as one of the foremost purveyors of intense, super-spastic math prog. But proving that everybody’s got a lighter side, Tera Melos now presents their take on a cult classic theme song from a cult classic television show: “Hey Sandy” from Nickelodeon’s fabled Pete and Pete. “Hey Sandy” [...]
A Taste of The Toast from Michael on Vimeo First post, so here’s a neat fixed gear video. I usually wouldn’t post anything fixed gear related because most people associated in the fixed gear “scene” are complete douchers and most fixed gear videos are retarded anyway. But this one is shot really well and seems [...]
It appears that multi-platinum shock rapper Eminem has busted out of the woodwork after about a 3 year hiatus. Mr. Mathers is set to drop his next album, Relapse, sometime in may, with a follow-up record Relapse 2 which is due to come out later this year. His single off the new record, ‘We Made [...]
There are a few writers here at Synthesis who swear by Omaha noisy indie-rockers Cursive. Personally, I’m on the fence about them, having seen some hit-or-miss shows. But they’re at least worthy of a listen, and with their new album dropping this April, I plan on letting them have another shot at winning my heart. [...]
Continuing the path so many artists are taking these days, Saosin is back in the Hurley studio recording tracks for their next full length. Like everyone else, I was not the biggest fan of their self-titled album, but the Grey EP (which was recorded in the Hurley studio with the streaming video feed) had some [...]
On the heels of my recent tl;dr diatribe regarding Social media and its effect on people IRL, I present this ancient video (from FEBRUARY) of a kid losing his fucking mind over Myspace, a video which is still relevant, perhaps moreso, in our modern era
Let’s show ‘em up Synners. We have Video Matt & Dain, whattt?