the ghost of a saber toothed tiger

GET PSYCHED Pt. 2 (listen)

01. 1998 (Delicious) - Peace
02. Elegant Design - Pond
03. Heavy Horse - Jacuzzi Boys
04. 1963 - Heavy Beach
05. No Need For A Leader - Unknown Mortal Orchestra
06. Animals - The Ghost Of A Saber Tooth Tiger
07. Ivy Covered House - Ducktails
08. Do You Remember - The Horrors

The GOASTT (The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger) aka Sean Lennon and Charlotte Kemp Muhl by Renaud Monfourny pour les Inrockuptibles n° 983, 1-7 October 2014.

Album “Midnight Sun”


Re'Nell Glover's New Stuff!

(if you’re below 18, only read the stuff above “NSFW”; avoid the stuff that's under “NSFW”).

*Cargh2NZ! on the Loose! - Original cartoon shorts featuring new cartoon characters (Cargh2NZ! originally created in January 2003)

*Zevox: Feel the Force - Action-oriented comics and shows featuring “Mega Heroes” with “Mega Powers.”

*Boken World (“Boken” means “adventure” in Japanese) - Anime and manga aimed at children and teenagers

*Manic Compositions - Animated/live-action musical shorts with little/no plot.

*XTreme inc. (XT inc.)/XTreme inc. Eastern: Nothin’ is sacred. NOTHIN’!!!!!!!!!!!! - Stuff aimed at adults.

*Blubba the Blob (released in 2012) - You can find this short on YouTube.

*Demon Pumpkin (also released in 2012) - You can find this short on YouTube.

*Sealion Rascals - 2 sealion siblings chase criminals while riding in a submarine.

*Ready Bros. - 2 brothers rig their clubhouse into a spaceship and go to the moon, in a silent-film style.

*George the Hostile Ghost - A hostile ghost tries to scare people.

*Gladia-Torture! - A cowardly gladiator battles a lion.

*Timmy & Tammy - A flying squirrel and a high-jumping rabbit stop crime.

*Hot Dog & Cool Cat - A hyperactive dog and a calm cat.

*Shawn Nuff and the Playground Kids - A group of kids find adventure at the park.

*Bebopper Luna & the Noisemakerz - The adventures of a high-school band.

*Garry the Monkey King - A monkey is the ruler of his jungle island.

*Whiz-Kid Wizards - A witch and a wizard magically battle each other.

*Saburanutagi! - A speedy saber-toothed tiger avoids a hungry velociraptor.

*Think Kidd Fink! - A kid brings the things he thinks of to life with a magic hat.

*The Malevolent Mind of Gus the Man Genius - A mad inventor tries to rule the world.

*The Insanely Dangerous, Dangerously Insane Punk Ducks - 3 angry, aggressive ducks use extreme force to defend themselves and their turf from hunters.

*The Nitro FreeWheelerz - Racers from all over the universe compete in super-vehicles.

*Are You Superiorly Smart Enough? - A fictional game show where people test their knowledge of various subjects (math, history, science, etc.)

*Safari Universe - A look at different animals in every part of the world.

*Jimmy Peril - A 15-year-old boy  and his cousin battle evil and have adventures around the world.

*Galactic Victors - The greatest Mega Heroes band together to fight evil.

*XeoVoidz: Super Squadforce 5 - A thunderstorm makes a crack in the earth, spewing long-buried radioactive waste, giving 50% of the Earth’s population strange powers. Some use them for good, others use them for evil. Those who can control their powers form a team.

*Kagejin: Man of the Shadows - The last member of a ninja clan fights an evil organization

*The Adventures of Lance and the Kat Pak - A group of heroic cats search for adventure and fight evil wherever they find it.

*The Mighty Radd KraggBeasts - Animal-like inhabitants of a distant planet are biogenetically engineered to stop an evil gang of animal hybrids.

*The Amazing Mega Kids Club! - 4 ordinary kids witness an evil cyborg attacking their city, so they turn their treehouse into a Mega Hero lair and become the Mega Kids to stop him and other evil forces.

*Raptor Force - 4 college students are tasked with fossilizing prehistoric monsters revived by a mad scientist.

*ChoKaiZyu (chou: super/ultra/hyper; kaiju: monster/strange creature) - A young boy and his friends encounter mutant creatures and given the power to copy them and stop them from wreaking havoc on Earth.

*Dragon Squadron Ryu-Oh-Ken (Dragon King Ken; ken can mean “sword” or “fist”) - 3 martial artists who each possess spirits of ancient dragons are selected to form a team to fight evil martial artists.

*Hoshi-Madoshi (Star Wizard) - A young boy inherits the powers of a legendary wizard to battle evil supernatural forces.

*Gingaball (Galaxy Ball) - A boy and his team compete in different, weird ball games in various dimensions.

*Thunder Guardian Denge-King (“dengeki”: electric shock/blitzkrieg/lightning attack) - 2 space cadets wear “robo-suits” to stop a mad scientist who steals mecha/robo-suits for evil purposes.

*Marble Meijin (Marble Master) - A boy tries to become a marble champion.

*Sunny no Kendo (Sunny’s Fencing) - A woman competes in a sport that combines swordplay with jousting.

*Mr. Misery Can’t Win - The unluckiest person in the world.

Now here’s some VERY NSFW (18+) stuff:

*Kiba Huntress (Fanged Huntress) - An 18-year-old woman looking for a new home finds a ring lying on the floor that transforms her into a dark mistress who slices deep wounds into her foe, then sucks the blood from it, strangely giving her orgasms, then killing them in a very gruesome manner.

*Vicious Vigilantes - A trio of corrupt vigilantes: a smoking, gun-toting, foul-mouthed ex-cop with a huge penis, and who lives like a barbarian; a sex-starved stripper with deadly weapons; and a blood-thirsty ghost kill criminals, causing controversy everywhere.

*Lillie & Millie - 2 very hot women explore their sexuality.

*The CrapTastic Drecks! - Animated shorts aimed at adults.

*WereWarriors - 2 siblings, each with the mark of the werewolf, battle Transylvania’s most hellish forces.

And that’s it for now. What do you think of the new stuff I’m working on? Is this too much/a lot for me to work on? Do you like the variety? Is there anything on here you like/don’t like? What changes do you want?



Coachella Acts Under Alternate Autonyms

Music is one big, fluid conversation. The more everyone talks, the better it gets. So it’s a bit silly to get hung up on arbitrary labels—like band names. The artists you’ll find above don’t have that problem. These 2015 Coachella performers have history (some ongoing) with other known entities, and we’ve graphed it all out for you. An artist by any other name would play as sweet. Just don’t call it a side-project.

see full article in CAMP Magazine