All I ever saw on Chatroulette were ugly penises.
Don't worry, I don't think anybody's talking to these uglies. Except that hot blonde. It's okay to talk to her.
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Meet Teddy Bear (yes, they really named him that) the porcupine, a festive, holiday-loving, talking, corn-on-the-cob FANATIC. Don't get between him and his cob! Listen carefully as he seems to say "Oh Well" after knocking over the glass. What other words can you make out (an aural Rorschach Test) ?
The Pussycat Dolls continue to prove they are more than just a group to objectify while dancing; they are true artists who have pushed PG-13 whoring to levels once thought unreachable.
The Village Green are a rock band originally from Portland, OR. If you like the Rock the way it used to be then they are right up your alley. Check out this guitar and piano version of the track “Life On The Run.”
An updated version of an old classic, but it still makes us giggle. A little reminiscent of Slum Dog Millionaire. If we were just swindled out of a million bucks, we would not be as calm as that guy.
AMPOP are from Reykjavik, Iceland and they sound more like Radiohead than they do their countrymen Sigur Ros. Big melodies, soaring vocals and some pretty cool guitar effects highlight this performance. Look for a couple more songs in the near future.
Favourite Sons stopped by our crunky studio and played a few ditties, on of them being "Hang On Girl." We sing it in the shower now.
Eastern Conference Champions are old school. No fancy gimmicks or studio trickery. They just put one guy on drums, another on bass and have the singer bang out some guitar chords. The result is a refreshingly awesome blend of rock that will have your feet stomping and head nodding. Don’t believe me? Well they’re just a click away!
Street To Nowhere are originally from Oakland, CA, so they know what it’s like to be in the shadow of something (San Francisco…get it?), but show here that their songs and talent are second to none.
Dave from Street To Nowhere came by the studio and played a bunch of songs for us, one of which was this AMAZING cover of “Famous Blue Raincoat” originally recorded by the one and only Leonard Cohen.
Here’s a little talk show about a movie that everybody says, “Sucked.” Was it really that bad? Your host Sak Stevens interviews Keanu Reeves to find out.
Wax On Radio are a collective from Logan Square, an area on the West side of Chicago that is quickly becoming a hotbed for new and emerging indie acts. They were kind enough to swing by our studio while they were on tour and we always welcome bands from the Midwest through our doors. Plus anyone that plays the guitar upside down is pretty awesome in our book!
See what happens when an LG Operative sneaks on the set of the Ellen Show. Hint: he tries to kill her dog.
Buy your tickets, get your candy, turn off your cellphones and stuff your face full of popping corn. It’s time to play the Movie Poster Game!
"I hate our house kids, lets move out of this run down shat shack. No just leave it, go go go!"
Whoose Boobs is the internet’s #1 celebrity boob game. We show you three boobs and you have to tell us who they belong to.
Two of the boys from Sparta hit the ghetto=fabulous LG Studios and treated us to an early morning acoustic jam of "Taking Back Control." Pretty amazing to hear it all stripped down.