!! omg blog !!

music LOL gay politics movies tv
cute fail gossip art fashion candy

!! OMG, Juicey Cake-Tour: Cakes Da Killa’s ‘Goodie Goodies’ !!


From his ‘The Eulogy’ mixtape which we generously served up for you back in February, Cake’s Da Killa, takes a slice of his Eulogy cake and invites you to drink high tea with him in his video for ‘Goodie Goodies’.
He’s serving lip glossy emoticon FACE, Yinka Parris and Jeruah West as the PAINTER SISTERS, and a white rose bottom bloom as the table centre-piece.

“I’m gonna dip real slick in my dungarees”

Oh, I don’t doubt it Da!

» share:


!! OMG, what a frills: Jesse Ware’s ‘Imagine It Was Us’ video !!


Jesse Ware played [by all accounts] an amazing show this weekend in Toronto…I wouldn’t know, I was too busy eating out Mary Messhausen’s MESSY OUT-HAUSEN at Hotnuts with Produzentin and Shaun J. Wright.
As I sit here pulling stale Nutella chunks and corn kernels out of my dentures, I’m thinking maybe the gig looked a little something like Jesse’s new video for ‘Imagine It Was Us’, complete with disco ball tea-bagging, hooping earrings and those shark-eye diva bystanders at 1.51, serving platters full of peripheral disco side-eye all night long.
[via WAPS]

» share:

omg-post-separator.jpg

!! OMG, bitchy [Mc] Queen!: Ziggy phones Alexander !!

Earthling+PNG.png
A couple of weeks back we gave you a preview of the ‘David Bowie is…’ exhibition at the V&A, featuring Alexander McQueen’s shiny Union Jack coat from Bowie’s 1997 ‘Earthling’ album cover.
In honor of this, Dazed&Confused dusted off a phone conversation between Bowie and Mcqueen from back in the late 90s whilst Alexander was staying at the country home of friend and muse Isabella Blow.

Bowie
being arguably the most influential musician and McQueen respectively the most important fashion designer of our time, this interview is well worth a readypoo as Alexander discusses his disdain for the theatre -it “bores [him] shitless”-, walking around the streets in his sister’s bra and getting “the best blowjob ever” from a Parisian aristocrat.

“Bowie: Armani says, ‘Fashion is dead’.
McQueen: Oh, so is he… I mean, God…
Bowie: Now you sound like Versace…

McQueen: He’s close to dead…the man was a bloody window dresser. What does he know?
Bowie: Do you think that what he’s really saying is that maybe…

McQueen: He’s lost it…”

What a bitchy [Mc]Queen!

» share:

omg-post-separator.jpg

!! OMG, glitch please!: Flying Lotus for ‘Adventure Time’ !!

AT_lnd6plV3cM1ql201ao1_400.gif
When I first watched Cartoon Network’s ‘Adventure Time’, it was the first time since Pokémon that I’d wanted to “catch ’em all”; it’s poopie and witty and you will trip on your ballsack or tattyflaps whilst watching it…favourite character? oh the Japanese Korean flying worm unicorn girlfriend thingy!
Flying Lotus is the ultimate bedroom stoner musician so it’s not so surprising he just made a tune for the show entitled ‘About That Time/ /A Glitch is a Glitch’, I can just imagine him chomping down on Twinkies and Cheetos and watching back-to-back Adventure Time/Pokémon/Teletubbies re-runs.

I’m hoping Flying Lotus will soon collaborate with Michelle Obama on an single entitled ‘LYING FLOTUS’ with Michelle doing doo waps over a squidgy white house beat. Whilst we wait longingly for this to never happen you can join Princess Bubblegum in the Land of Ooo by downloading the episode that features the car-toon HERE.
[via PMA]

» share:

omg-post-separator.jpg

!! OMG, accessing random memories: Daft Punk x Giorgio Moroder !!


If you don’t recognise the beat that pumps out from the computer at 1.35 then you are either not gay, or not black, or not a golden oldie disco queen, or any combination of the above.
From Donna Summer’s 1977 concept album ‘Bad Girls’, ‘Remember Yesterday’ ask almost any old queen or muso and they’ll tell you to swallow it because this tune and it’s SPACEY-BASEY is a dance/disco historical node.
Italian synthesiser patriarch Giorgio Moroder claims “at the beginning [of ‘Love to Love’] the bass-line is terrible”, and he should know, he blooming made it. Well Mademoiselle Moroder nobody else noticed so shush it:
Giorgio, who worked alongside Daft Punk on their upcoming album, spoke to The Creators Project about ‘four on the floor’ dance beats, his thoughts on that 70s Donna Summers collaboration [“I didn’t think it was that important at the time”] and “the Ibiza Discotheque”; in the first episode of interviews with the collaborators on Daft Punk’s new album ‘Random Access Memories’.
I’d love to see ‘Giorgio in the midst’ of an Ibiza FOAM PARTY FLOOR FILLER, bikini on, arms in the air, face full of bubbles, dancing to Tiesto!

» share:

omg-post-separator.jpg