Haim just can't move out of the shadow of the 80s. They've been compared to Wilson Phillips and lauded for their #dadrock vibes. So why not embrace it? Their new video is gloriously retro as only a sendup of a 1986 daytime talk show can be.
This is music video parody heaven, right here — a glitter-lipped songstress sings about the difficulties in finding life in the universe, in a spoof of Ke$ha's "We R Who We R." What rhymes with "prokaryote-ote-ote-otes"? [via Greg Laden]
The highly anticipated annual mashup of all the year's poppiest songs is here: DJ Earworm's United States of Pop. It's a skillful collection of all the songs that you loved and loved to hate in 2010.
This mashup of Ke$ha's ubiquitous, unrelenting hit song and classic Star Trek makes two things perfectly clear: 1) The Enterprise was a nonstop party vessel and 2) Kirk/Spock slash fiction will never die. [Topless Robot]