For the first time, the guys dive into the work of Madonna by watching “Borderline,” “Express Yourself,” and “Music,” three videos from the singer from three different decades.
Before Episode 54 hits your ears, our Madonna episode, you may be wondering what the guys do while watching the music videos. So we recorded us watching “Express Yourself” by […]
The Triad of Mat, Andrew, and Will is back and discussing another minimovie from Michael Jackson. They’re discussing “Remember the Time, ” the video featuring Eddie Murphy, Iman, Magic Johnson, and Zues Lister as MJ is on the run after wooing Queen Iman.
Mat’s been gone after his wife had their child, and he’s adjusting to fatherhood. He and longtime parent Andrew “Cheeseburger” Parks decide to let YouTube pick the videos for them, which leads them down a weird rabbit hole, which finally ends with their frustration and watching an Outkast video.
It’s the holiday season once again, and Mat is on the hunt for more Christmas music videos. However, he’s already scrapped the bottom of the barrel with “All I Want For Christmas Is You” by Mariah Carey, “Mistletoe” by Justin Bieber, and “Oi to the World” by No Doubt.
The guys are watching as many music videos featuring celebrities singing that they can before they tap out or get too drunk. This week, they’re discussing videos by Eddie Murphy, Don Johnson, Joey Lawrence, and Lindsay Lohan.
Time for a Halloween Spooktacular! Mat Elfring, Andrew Parks, and Will Ash are back and having a frightfully good time drinking beers and watching terrifying music videos. This week they watch “Come to Daddy” and “Rubber Johnny” by Aphex Twin, “Somebody’s Watching Me” by Rockwell, and “Scream” by The Misfits.
Returning champions Matt Drufke and Erin Kulinski are here to talk about a couple of Spike Jonze videos: “Sabotage” by Beastie Boys and “Get Back” by Ludacris. Mat and Matt discuss the finer points of bathroom etiquette, and Erin enjoys a good fake mustache and wig.
After a long week at San Diego Comic Con, Mat is back! He and Cheeseburger Parks are discussing the evolution of singer Davey Havok throughout the years, and their first time seeing AFI live. This week, they watch AFI’s “He Who Laughs Last,” “Miss Murder,” and Dreamcar’s “Kill For Candy.” Honestly, this is all just a ploy by Mat to get you to buy Dreamcar’s album because he loves it.
Mat and Cheeseburger get weird again. This week, they’re in a post-apocalyptic future watching two videos about the post-apocalypse: “California Love” by Tupac and “Wild Boys” by Duran Duran. Will […]
Matt Drufke returns for a new miniepisode where he tries to find worthwhile videos involving NBA stars! Sadly, there aren’t many, so Matt discusses “Forever” by Drake, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, and Eminem, as well as “Jam” by Michael Jordan.
Mat and Cheeseburger put the “X Gon’ Give It To Ya” joke to rest as they watch the classic DMX video as well as one of Mat’s all-time favorite music videos “What U See Is What U Get” by Xzibit.
Matt Drufke and Mat Elfring are back and diving into the world of music videos that tie into movies once again. This time, they take a look at the work of Will Smith, whose songs completely describe the plots of his films.
Shaun Fitzpatrick returns to the show to talk with Mat about Limp Bizkit’s “My Way” and Crazy Town’s “Butterfly.” They quickly remember it’s not the best era for music nor music videos.
It’s Mat Elfring’s birthday this week, so he and Matt Drufke are watching two videos Mat loved during his teen years: “Tonight Tonight” by Smashing Pumpkins and “Freak on a Leash” by Korn. Interesting enough, they were both directed by Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris.
It’s minimovie week! Mat Elfring and Matt Drufke are discussing one of Drufke’s favorite music videos: Puff Daddy’s “It’s All About the Benjamins (Rock Remix I).” The guys discuss how Puff Daddy got from going on tour to playing a high school prom with BDSM enthusiast Lil Kim, in this Spike Jonze video.
Artist and comedian Shaun Fitzpatrick stops by to talk Mat about that weird era of post-grunge music where things got really poppy. They discuss the very weird and memorable “Popular” by Nada Surf, as well as the anti-establishment video “You Get What You Give” by New Radicals.
It’s minimovie week! Mat Elfring and Andrew Parks break down a music video they loved as kids, Michael Jackson’s “Black or White.” They quickly realized it is a terrible video.
Comedian Matt Drufke returns to talk Johnny Cash and Bjork with Mat Elfring. They watch the incredibly depressing “Hurt,” then move onto the light-hearted “Oh So Quiet.”
It’s minimovie week! Guitarist Andrew Leh returns to talk to Mat about the epic 90s video “November Rain,” by Guns N Roses.
Comedian Matt Drufke comes on the show this week to talk about Meat Loaf’s “I Would Do Anything For Love,” directed by Michael Bay.