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Nerdist News: Lady Gaga Goes Gaga for Hatsune Miku

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9 Famous Sweaters

Found Item Clothing illustrated 9 famous sweaters from pop culture that we all know and love.  I wish I had all 9 of  these so I can wear them according… more

The Music Geek Track of the Week: “Weekend”

I’d like to dedicate this track to Labor Day for curtailing the five day wait until the next weekend to a very tolerable four. An overt but welcome paean… more

Join Nerdist at Wondercon This Weekend! UPDATE: Chris Hardwick Signing Sunday!

UPDATE: We’ve added a signing with Chris Hardwick himself on Sunday 2-3 PM! Details below… As convention season, which seems to be competing with road construction season for longest of… more
 

Review: “Undeclared: The Indie Songbook”

Greetings faithful nerds! Looking for a writer you might like? GOOD! I HAVE ONE! His name is Matt Albrecht and I wanted to mention Undeclared: The Indie Songbook to you… more

St. Vincent and Neon Indian Don’t Celebrate Labor Day, Too Busy Working

God, Mondays are the worst…. unless you’re on vacation because of LABOR DAY! Woo! But if an additional day off from soul-squandering work isn’t good enough, NPR has… more

The Music Geek Track of the Week: “For Love I Come”

At what point in its history did music cease to be a meritocracy in favor of a hype-incepted, corporate-propagated popularity contest? The beginning of time? The Internet? Kings of Leon?… more
 

Josie Charlwood: Looptacular!

What do Jamie Lidell, Andrew Bird and Owen Pallet all have in common? They’re all dudes! And they all like to use those famous looping machines, or, loopers (my name… more

The Music Geek Track of the Week: “Fall Creek Boys Choir”

Just, erm… Sorry,  I’m sort of speechless. How do I put this? Hey, guys, so this week Bon Iver and James Blake released a collaboration called “Fall Creek Boys Choir.”… more

Disco TARDIS

Chris just tweeted a link to The Love Hate Society’s post highlighting this: Yes, the disco Doctor Who theme was a hit for Mankind on the British chart, peaking at… more
 

Here’s The Video For OK Go’s Cover of the “Muppet Show” Theme

Oh, here’s the video for the OK Go version of the Muppet Show theme from Muppets: The Green Album: And a behind-the-scenes video for good measure: The album’s out today…. more

The Music Geek Track of the Week: “Forever 28”

[Runs in from another room] GUYS! Guys!. Guys… Woah. Mirror Traffic, the new Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks album, comes out next Tuesday, and it’s really fucking good. Although… more

Preview “Muppets: The Green Album”

Hey, in case you want to hear what a bunch of current musical artists would do with Muppet music, Muppets: The Green Album will provide the answer. You’ve probably heard… more
 

The Music Geek Track of the Week: “An Argument With Myself”

This week, Matt G. and I Skyped a bit. Besides helping him with his girl problems, we also touched on our favorite topic, music, and, specifically, what merited our track… more

Soft In Da Paint

There was the late Bob Ross, the frizzy-haired, soft-spoken king of speed painting on PBS for many years. There’s a dubstep remix of Waka Flocka Flame’s “Hard in Da Paint.”… more

Mike Phirman Sings “W00tstock,” Featuring Chris Hardwick and Paul and Storm

Mike Phirman. “W00tstock,” a parody (like you wouldn’t be able to figure this out yourself) of Joni Mitchell’s song (or, more precisely, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young’s cover of Joni… more
 

Microphone Check 1, 2, What Is This!?

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbCT6_HAOmM?rel=0] …The five-foot assassin with the roughneck business! Last weekend I saw Michael Rappaport’s A Tribe Called Quest documentary,… more

This Happened: Conan Sings ‘Creep’ With Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros

Conan O’Brien singing Radiohead’s “Creep” with Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros? Why, yes, right here: Sort of Thom Yorke meets Anthony Newley, which is the same thing as Thom… more

Can I Haz Lollapalooza Plz?

Yup! We live in the 21st century now, and that means genetically enhanced diets, GPSes equipped with Darth Vader’s voice, and the bank-saving advent of live-streaming. So if you missed… more
 

The Music Geek Track of the Week: “Two Cousins”

Week two of this fantastically fantastic feature! “Two Cousins,” the new Slow Club single caught both of my eyes this week. This adorable indie-pop duo is comprised of Charles Watson… more

The Music Geek Track of the Week: “How Can You Luv Me?”

Yo, Nerds, as a result of Becca’s and my constant desire to disseminate good music throughout the nerdosphere, we thought it might be a solid idea to start posting… more

Childish Camp-bino

If excitement’s physical form was water, I’d be drowning. Childish Gambino, aka Donald Glover, aka Troy Barnes of Community has unveiled the much anticipated (on my end) album art and… more
 

Owen Pallett Covers The Strokes, Recalls Nerdy Childhood

On Tuesday, Stereogum released its original tribute to the Strokes’ debut, called Stroked: A Tribute to Is This It, which hosts a bunch of indie acts playing tracks from the… more

Another OK Go Video Extravaganza

OK Go… well, they’ve done it again. First came the treadmills, then the Rube Goldberg thing, and now they’ve done an interactive video for “All is Not Lost” that kinda… more

Nyan Cat Meets Rebecca Black, Sort Of

Say, did you want to hear the Nyan Cat theme and a medley of Rebecca Black’s “Friday” and “My Moment” played on the piano at the same time? Well, you’re… more