Columbus, Ohio is where the story will start A young boy with big dreams and a passionate heart A basketball in one hand and a pen in the other As well as an encouraging kind older brother Whether singing about tacos or rapping about birds His brother quickly realized this boy had a talent with words Recording songs in his basement and thinking about death in his bed Throwing out a rubber band and confronting demons in his head While not a fancy singer or a skillful soprano He continued to work hard composing tunes at his piano Gave up the hoop and threw away the free throws Set out for the road and began to play shows Created a band, wanted to see who would listen But along the years he realized something was missing Before a concert, one of the drummers disappeared A substitute came, quit his job, and all the worry had cleared They played a great show, bowed together in stage light Decided to become a duo, kept the name, it felt right Twenty One Pilots: Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun A whole new adventure of their life had begun They were amazing, had potential, but didn’t want to exaggerate So these two humble friends began to work and collaborate Dedicated their lives and made music their choice Drums, ukulele, bass, and an unusual voice Made an awesome record, put their grandpas on the cover Word was spread on Twitter of Laura, a proud mother Soon they were playing festivals, a song on the radio too Their first hit single titled Holding On To You Josh’s nose ring, hair dye, and gages make him look strong But it wasn’t but a couple years before anxiety came along Tyler’s tattoos and ego might make him look okay But on the inside he was battling depression every day These two boys came to realize they’re not the only ones with this infection And this is what helped inspire their music’s strange direction The melodies were always happy, the lyrics were always dark But the relatability of the music is what helped create the spark People of all ages heard Tyler’s message and Josh’s rhythm And it didn’t take very long before people sang along with them Ski masks, skeletons, Mexican food, and more People were anxiously waiting for what else was in store From working on a farm to a political top debate These boys started gaining reputation in every state With hilarious interviews and discovery of Vine Their music career without genre was doing pretty fine Soon mysterious messages began to surface People created theories and searched for its purpose A stellar new album that hit the top of the chart Featuring Stressed Out, Ride, and Tear in my Heart With a unique sound and message called Blurryface They soared towards fame and the duo found their place Fans spotted with red beanies, kimonos, and a logo on their hand While the boys took weird photoshoots and joked “You’re out of the band!” Their live shows were astounding, they blew everyone away Rolling around in a hamster ball and climbing stuff on tour all day They almost caused an earthquake, as well as almost got sued One of their festival shows was canceled, and leaked Heathens started a feud However, they kept their heads up, continuing to play Mario Kart 8 And after shows they’d drink Red Bull and eat cereal staying up late Spooky Jim Christmas would watch Stranger Things or eat Reese’s Puffs And although filming heavydirtysoul was freezing, they both skipped out on earmuffs They played Madison Square Garden and sold out hundreds of shows Their names quickly became trending like #JoshDunsLegs or #TylersNose They took off their pants at the Grammy’s and won the APMA’s And we’ve got plenty of fanfics and fanart to last the clique for days If you go to a show stay hydrated, nobody in the pit wants to faint And if you’re lucky you’ll see Josh’s red eyeshadow and Tyler’s iconic black paint But if you see Joshler kissing pictures, shut up, we all know they’re fake Although we can find them hugging or doing their legendary handshake Whether creating awesome remixes or performing the Hometown magic trick These two happy boys will always be absolutely sick as frick So while I probably most likely left a couple things out The most important thing is to stay alive, because that’s what this band is about |-/
hey I just wanna say you are awesome I LOVE your remixes and I hope you keep doing them do you have any ideas about them like upcoming ones?
I’m starting to look at Vocaloid tracks (I’ve been making a list for a while now), TF2 remixes, and maybe something with Bendy and the Ink Machine o3o
I’m working on a few different Undertronic tracks and an Original track atm, though I also want to look at my old 2013-2015 tracks and re-write them (since most were never released. Actually, “Renegade” was an old 2014 melody that I reworked into a newer 2016 track. It had a much different meaning in 2014, so I’m planning to write a second version of Renegade that focuses more on the original lyrics, rather than the Undertale-ish version. That’ll probably be coming up in a month or two, depending on when I start working on it).
I also want to take all the tracks I’ve teased but never released (like Rewind, Breathe, Retribution, Reignite, Pop It Don’t Drop It, Get Jinxed, Fairy Fountain) and re-do them (since they’re a bit outdated now, at least in my opinion) o3o
I’m poking at my Dusttale remix every now and then and also working on stuff for one of my cat OC’s Silphy, who also happens to be the channel mascot. (Gonna post a doodle of her quite soon) (｢･ω･)｢
Overall it’s a lot of things to do, and it’s almost halfway through 2017. I’m trying to get work done in a timely manner without rushing anything, but sometimes it’s difficult when the music doesn’t do what you want it to do xD
CocoRosie in the recording studio “Funkhaus Nalepastraße” in Berlin (Germany), together with the indian folk group Rajasthan Roots, french Beatboxer TEZ, bass player Josh Werner and japanese multi-talent Tak.
0:00 Intro. 1:00 Tearz for animals ♪ 5:22 Cocorosie & Rajasthan Roots Interviews. 9:04 God has a voice ♪ 13:40 Cocorosie Interview. 16:38 K-Hole ♪ 20:29 TEZ (aka Vincent Garlentezec), Josh Werner and Tak Interviews. 24:06 Fairy Paradise ♪ 29:18 We are on fire ♫ 34:14 Rahasthan Roots extracts and Interview. 39:54 Turn me on ♪ ♥ (awesome remix of Kevin Lyttle)
Do you have any general headcanons for the robot celebrities of UT, US, UF, and SF?
Epic drama queen
You know that “move i’m gay” vine? Yep. That’s him ((I secretly love the entire video where that vine came from, it’s hilarious, but super offensive)
Has a habit of leaving friends behind when he gets too busy, but he’s working on that habit
Looks good in any clothes
If a friend is having a fashion emergency, he’s at their doorstep in an instant with the entire wardrobe department.
Too cool for you
He makes awesome remixes, but is never up for collabs
He’s a shut in and doesn’t like to go outside much
low key addicted to the internet
you know Lucifer from The Devil is a Part Timer? Ye dat him
Has 15 different remixes of World is Mine and the Angel Beats opening that he refuses to show off to the world
Sad babe but deadly
He knows that most people hate him and his show, but if you ever dare disrespect Alphys or him in front of him, he will rip you to shreds
Loves and appreciates Alphys, despite her being a bitch all the time
His shows are super edgy and dark, but MTT actually has a soulful voice, almost angelic when singing slow and soft songs, but the Underground doesn’t know that because that’s just not the kind of content in the Underground
Self image issues, which is why he’s constantly asking Alphys for repairs or upgrades
Uses chainsaws for weapons.
Likes giving people a hard time and if things aren’t done his way, then he’s out
Every song he produces has to be perfect
If people tell him straight up that they don’t like it, he will dust them
That includes internet trolls because he’s really good with computers and tracking people down