Symphony of Science's John Boswell, who internet-famously turned Carl Sagan into a popular balladeer with "A Glorious Dawn," has now entered Mister Rogers Neighborhood with his talent at assembling posthumous music performances from of the kindly words of deceased educational icons, letting them forever haunt the internet with their spectral, auto-tuned voice.
In the words of Fred Rogers, let's give the fish some food [mothereffers]:
Now I'm going to be spending the rest of the day pondering if I've truly grown anything in the Garden of My Mind. And more so, pondering: if Mister Rogers didn't order those whistles, WHO DID?
Following up on the auto-tuned hits of Mr. Rogers, Julia Child, and Bob Ross, PBS and remixer John D. Boswell at last give fellow TV educator and Starfleet engineer LeVar Burton a heavily-modified singing voice with "In Your Imagination." Before the established pattern gets you... / Continue →
In the upcoming Judd Apatow-produced Forgetting Sarah Marshall, our puppet-loving hero Peter's celebrity girlfriend dumps him for the lead singer of the tragically-titled band Infant Sorrow, Alduous Snow. So obviously we want to hate that guy. Thanks to a brilliant marketing mo... / Continue →
After the breakout success of their quickly-spread "this movie is mediocre to bad and, amazingly, needs more Channing Tatum" campaign, Paramount has begun an all-new viral marketing game for their long-delayed G.I. Joe: Retaliation. As you can see from the above banner, this on... / Continue →