The day Vader and Boba Fett team up to disguise their dark side Force powers as electro is the day the Rebels should give up.
If you like this Fallout 4 song by Miracle of Sound you can download it from bandcamp, Amazon or iTunes. What we have here is a gentle harmony about the end of the world. Boom. The game is due out in about 2 months and you can pre-order on Amazon. (Via Geeks are Sexy)
Think you know your elements? You should listen to Marian Call’s “The Elements, Expanded” for a geeky catch up Fun Singles in Your Area by Marian Call I love what Call has done here, taking Tom Lehrer’s classic and adding loads of geek goodness. You can buy her full album for not very much money.
There’s nearly 4 million people subscribed to The Piano Guy’s YouTube channel and at the time of writing nearly 2 million have watched this video. Despite being a more relaxed version of John William’s now iconic tune this piece really takes me back. The video is set in Crawdad Canyon and you may get to […]
This is the official music video for Calvin Cardioid’s “Everything to Me”. It’s featured here on Geek Native for the sci-fi animation care of Phillipp Feigenbutz. The animation uses markerless motion capture from iPi Soft. Pretty neat stuff.
A musical animation – of sadness. Our sad Mummy is Amumu from Riot Games’ League of Legends. The developer wanted to explore the character a little more and decided to contrast the slightly comical appearance of the large headed mummy with somber and sad lyrics. Does it work for you? Will you look at Amumu […]
This music video from UK based Jamie xx is all about the colonization of Mars. I imagine it’s a bit like the trip to Mars in that most of the video is taken up with the journey but once we get to the planet and start to work our charms there’s an incredible pay off. […]
Geek Native’s sound focused Audio EXP makes a return this month. This month we’ve got the first book from Marc Turner’s The Chronicles of the Exile When the Heavens Fall, Douglas E. Richards’ sci-fi BrainWeb and James Cambias’ military sci-fi Corsair. As an added bonus and perhaps for a limited time only a link to […]
Bruno Mars is popular for parody and with Ultron Funk Screen Team reminds us why that song is worth the effort. The video, as per usual, was created by Angie Griffin and Chad Nikolaus and you can see more of their work over at Screen Team Show.
Here be spoilers. Have you seen the original “Dumb Ways to Die” video? So many folk have. This isn’t our first paraody either; there’s also a Portal version of the famous Aussie safety video. This Game of Thrones version of Dumb Ways to Die comes out in time for the return of the series on […]