Archive | 90s

Monstercat celebrates nine years with compilation EP of ’90s dance covers

Canada-based record label Monstercat is an electronic music and video game behemoth. From facilitating the rise to stardom of many internationally touring DJs to syncing their release catalog with the smash hit video game Rocket League, Monstercat is undoubtedly an industry force to be reckoned with. To commemorate nine years of success and growth, label […]

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The Very First Rocko’s Modern Life Game Was Also The Last

Long-running video game franchises (or uh, in this case very short ones) all have to start somewhere, and it’s not always pretty. Looking back to that origin point can show us not just how the greats began, but how far they’ve come since. Today we unearth the very first Rocko’s Modern Life video game.Read more… […]

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9 Ex-streamly Radical ’90s Genre Movies You Can Watch Right Now on HBO Max

HBO Max has been met with a collective shrug so far, but not all is lost for the new streamer: turns out it’s got a decent enough selection of genre movies from the 1990s. Random? Yes! Full of clumsy early CGI, heavy-handed themes, and corny theme songs? Also yes! Read more…

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Before GoldenEye On N64, There Was This GoldenEye Game

GoldenEye for the N64 is a bona fide classic. The game was groundbreaking, one of the first truly good first-person shooters on a console and its multiplayer mode is still beloved to this day. But, two years before this classic game was released, another version video game version of GoldenEye was released. It wasn’t…Read more… […]

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How Those Weird Animorph Book Covers Were Made

Does anyone else remember those book fairs that would stop at your school? I remember being so excited to buy books, even though I probably only read like half of the books I bought. The Animorph books always caught my eye, mainly because of those weird and unique covers. Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Premiere: Jeremy Olander – Shuttle (King Unique ’94 Remix)

King Unique sought to turn back the clock for a nostalgia-fueled re-work to Jeremy Olander‘s “Shuttle,” and it is safe to say that he succeeded in his mission to do so. Like a piece labeled “’94 Remix” might imply, this interpretation of “Shuttle” is rife with influences from the decade. The original track’s touching progression […]

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This vintage rave footage from Sydney is absolutely mental

Raves in the 90’s were off the wall.Absolute madness regularly ensued among those in attendance, and now it looks like we’ve got some proof. A 50-minute video from the Sydney Rave History Website has surfaced and the old school “2036 Rave” at Alexandria’s Graffiti Hall of Fame dating back from 1996. It’s hardcore proof that […]

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Legendary Icelandic singer Björk opens up on her relationship with Aphex Twin

Multi-talented Icelandic singer-songwriter Björk has been a consistently fantastic musical force since her emergence in the 90s, racking up numerous hits and gaining a religious following over the course of her mammoth, decades-long career.One of the more interesting aspects of her colorful career is her long-standing relationship with legendary British producer Aphex Twin. In a recent interview […]

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Bust a Move on Your Lunch Break With This ‘90s-Inspired Dance Workout

Sometimes a lunch break workout is the right time for a careful practice of handstanding or one foot balancing. But if you have the space and some willing co-workers, why not crank up “Push It” in the break room and take five minutes for a dance party? Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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