Saturday, June 25, 2011

Youtube saturday 25-06-2011

Next to having an aweful cold and wearing a hoody covered in cathairs there's not much to report at the moment. Played a game of 40K each week. 1 full game got cut-short, but things could've gone either way. The other was against a starter just an introduction game, fun nonetheless.

Since 22 tracks has launched their Belgian expansion I expect to hear even more new cool music that I might not have listened to otherwise.

I already posted this one at FB, and there's not youtube for it (yet), but since it's worth checking out, here's the link: Wilow Amsgood ft Artik - Alors un danse (pas)
You cóuld complain that it's an easy score making a cover on this summertrack, but than you'd miss out on the grimey subwoofer coolness that is this track.

---Can anyone tell me why the hell Youtube keeps ffing around with their video size? Make up your mind! (it's 560x349 now)---

Bad meets Evil ft Slaughterhouse - Loud noise

As far as I'm concerned, this is the Eminem sound I love. No new strange voice. Aggressive, hungry. The 'Slaughterhouse!!!!!!' announcements could've been done without, but the rest of the track makes up for it.

In Solitude - The world the flesh the devil

I only knew In Solitude by name like so many metalbands. A good introduction for me.

Eddie Vedder - Without You (ukelele)

Since Dan let the world know he's a proficient Uke player (we already knew he played, just not that he was good), this had to be posted. It's fun that Vedder did this project, not overimpressed, but fun nonetheless.

Mastercab - Home

A Belgian band (they sing in English for those who are afraid they won't understand a word. A very relaxed popsong.

And finally..
Wolves like us - Deathless

Even if you're normally not into metal, dó click. Don't let the title scare you. You'll be surprised.



Blogger Deepak Gopy said...

Aryan :)

How are you?
Is the basics German and Dutch grammar are similar???
If it is similar I am planning to try my hand in Dutch too.
How is your work going?
Thank you for visiting my blog.
Auf widersehen :)

2 July 2011 at 10:45  
Blogger Deepak Gopy said...

Please suggest few Dutch movies in your next post.

2 July 2011 at 10:47  
Blogger Arjan said...

Hi Deepak!
Good to hear something from you again (haven't checked your new post yet I think).
The big difference between German and Dutch is the 'case system' (Der, Die, Das. etc) the Dutch system isn't that extensive.
The words are quite alike learning some basic Dutch should be doable. The spelling is sometimes a bit hard, but as long as it's understandable it's cool.

I'm currently finishing my Masters degree in communication and only have a small side job as a cleaner.

The Dutch words for 'auf wiedersehen' are 'Tot ziens' (pronounced something like 'tòd zeens)

I'll make a post about some movies :)

13 July 2011 at 17:09  

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