Filmmaker Maurice Molyneaux and The Kinsey Sicks have been working together for quite some time now. In the past, we’ve
featured other collaborations of theirs.
They put this piece together for the holidays (see what we did there?) and although they debated about whether the release date was painfully close to the Charleston mass shootings, it seems like any time would be too close to a recent tragedy.
recently featured the video, and it will probably sneak into some families’ surprise playlist as the holiday season unfolds.
Be My Guest – the variety show too big to fit into just one reality!
Meanwhile, you can more of Molyneaux’s work when
Be My Guest releases its Season 2 finale’. San Francisco area fans can attend the show live at the Hotel Utah, and for those who are further away, its on Livestream and in Second Life. Details can be found here.
you’ve never done it, but sometimes people drink a little too much and make a call late at night to tell someone how they really feel. (Hint Alert!) It’s usually a bad idea.
What we can learn from this charming song is: If you do choose to engage in a little drunk dialing or a bit of smashed snapchatting, try not to leave a trace.
It’s possible that we actually know who this guy is. But we’re party to a non-disclosure agreement that prevents us from revealing our suspicions.
Our friends in The Kinsey Sicks thought about this classic for a while and realized that it wasn’t appropriate for every culture. So they gave us this!
You can check out more of their work by
subscribing to their YouTube channel. Be sure and let them know how you feel. We’re certain that they’re dying to hear.
Take two skills that you didn’t expect together, say for instance, puppetry and drumming, then see what happens when you combine them.
If we could drum like that, we would only need a flowerpot for a kickdrum too!
Our friends at Schoolhouse Earth insisted that we should share this new music video from Alastair and Elsa Moock. Being the long-time fans of Alastair’s music career, we could hardly resist.
It didn’t hurt that we agree with Elsa completely.
Sometimes a music video needs flash and production value. Sometimes it just needs a golden voice and some grease paint.
Now get back to work!
You’ll hear a lot about Luna Lee in times to come. And when it happens, YOU’LL be one of the people who says, “I knew it all along.”
Listen to this, and you’ll see why.
After that, you might just want to add
her Facebook page, her YouTube Channel, and anything else she decides to publish.
If you’re not sure yet, just comb through some of her other tracks online. You’ll see that she’s no parlor trick.
Don’t forget who told you. We’ll be back in a few days with something else amazing.