Looking to create a band, but lacking the “companionship” to do so?
Google is rolling out JAM With Chrome, an experimental web app that will allow aspiring musicians to jam with up to a total of 4 people, on 19 instruments in total.
Much like a video game, the app JAM With Chrome (written in HTML 5, and on a separate website) allows Continue reading “Google Creates JAM With Chrome, Allows You to Start Your Own Dubstep Band” »
Microsoft is reporting a huge increase in the sales of their latest edition of Windows.
According to RocketNews 24, Microsoft CEO Chief Executive Steve Ballmer reported that Windows 8 has been selling at a much faster rate than Windows 7, which up until Friday, was Microsoft’s best-selling Windows version to date. There also might be a pretty simple reason behind it all. Continue reading “Cute Manga Chicks Give Huge Boost to Windows 8 Sales” »
Given that he’s covered virtually every major manga under the sun — from Mobile Suit Gundam to Death Note — maybe it was only a matter of time before Richard Branson got tired of nerdcore, packed up hi sh*t, and headed out for greener pastures a.k.a.non-nerd hip-hop territory.
Despite the release of his latest single/album preview, “Wrath,” which Branson describes as ‘a preview of what to expect if he ever made it on a mainstream level,’ he also re-affirms that he’s dedicated to nerdcore — Continue reading “Daily Nerdcore: Branson Accepts the Anti-Nerd Challenge; Does PS3 ‘Neon Alley’ Commercial” »
KadeshFlow returns with his latest Nerdcore epic, a tribute to Assassin’s Creed III and heartfelt salute to The American Revolution (which officially ended on the battlefield 232 years ago this month).
It’s awesome for a few reasons: Kadesh has that gifted sense of melody, provided on the backup track for “Pursuit of Liberty” which we can’t really do justice without just telling you to listen to it. Continue reading “Daily Nerdcore: KadeshFlow Pays Tribute to the Blood and Guts of Assassin’s Creed III With “Pursuit of Liberty”” »
We cover so many industry stalwarts in the world of Nerdcore these days, we sometimes overlook the less mainstream acts. Ben Briggs is one one of those guys, someone who’s honed his act to where he’s now starting to become a real key player.
Even though it’s his most recent DJ performance at Nerdapalooza 2012 alongside industry faves like DJ Cutman that seem to be earning him accolades, Continue reading “Daily Nerdcore: Benjamin Briggs, Unsung Hero of Nerd, Rocks Nerdapalooza” »
Fresh off his latest competition in the KingIce rap battle, Sir Darkseid is back with another nerdcore tribute to Batman. This one is all-inclusive, taking time to factor in all of the Caped Crusader’s incarnations in both the world of comics and films.
In “I’m Batman,” he’s even made time for Caesar Romero and Adam West, and pretty much every major Batman villain is even a part of the song.