It came to me in a daydream as most things do, a remix of Camellia feat. Nanahira's "Can I Friend You on Bassbook? Lol" entitled "Can I Friend You On Basedbook? Lel." Read more.
Anime has entered the mainstream, there's no doubt about it. But a lingering stigma still remains: complaints of overly sexualized characters, convoluted plots, and 'zany' humor continue to drive many curious would-be-watchers away from the medium. Read more.
Translation is a difficult task, but at the crux of the matter is a simple question: should I translate so that my audience better relates to the material, or should I translate to capture the literal meaning of the words? Nowhere else is this more hotly debated on the internet than among non-Japanese speaking anime fans, who have never come to an agreement. Read more.
Visit the home page of Wiktionary — a sister project of Wikipedia which hosts user-generated dictionaries in over six-thousand languages — and you will find something strange. Read more.
Yes, the thing absolutely no one has been waiting for is finally here: Read more.
In the beginning, the MACHINE was created. Read more.
The second #NEEMSQUAD playlist release. Read more.
Enjoy. Read more.
Critics have historically treated Yung Lean and his entourage with skepticism, as if immediately after submitting their concert/album review they'll pick up a call from MTV's Pranked. "That Sad Boys show last night was a total set-up, we found those kid stoned in the back alley before the set, and you gave it a 7.5?!" Read more.
To be a surrealist is to be in a constant state of rebellion, and retired Czech filmmaker Jan Švankmajer’s life as an artist encapsulates this rebellious continuum. Read more.