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(listen to this while reading, and prepare for a mindblowing experience.)
If you are a big fan of dubstep, I'm sure you've heard some of this guys work. Or well, you should've.
If you haven't, it's difinately not too late. I suggest you either check out his myspace page (Link
in buttom of post).
Flux pavilion (Joshua Steele) is an English dubstep producer and DJ.
He is the co-founder of Circus Records, along with Doctor P and DJ Swan-E.(2 also great dubstep producers) He is best known for his 2011 single "Bass Cannon",
which peaked at number 56 on the UK Singles Chart, and was placed on the Radio 1 A-List. Along with Doctor P, Flux Pavilion presented
the 2011 compilation album Circus One, to which he contributed four tracks.
What I like best about Flux Pavilion, is probably his extremely chrisp screeches, along with the nice clear wobbles. There is also lots of variety in his songs, wich is
also very important when making succesfull dubstep songs.
Some of his best work (In my opinion, ofcourse.)
Keep in mind this is not uploaded from flux pavilion, but from other people. The music is still Flux Pavilions, but since Flux Pavilion doesn't have a youtube channel,
his stuff is often uploaded by other big dubstep channels.
I hope you'll enjoy his stuff as much as I do.
Guess what got "leaked" last night. minecraft 1.8!
So that's pretty much what I've been doing the last few houers. These are the changes
I noticed myself while playing.
New main menu, looks really cool and smooth.
New features in the options menu. This includes Fov change 70-110(Finnaly), Invert mouse and
Brightness scale from moody to bright.
Also there is a brand new Game mode, Creative mode. It gives you unlimited resources, free flying and you destroy blocks instantly.
In game things that has been added:
Poisoning (couldn't find the reason why I got poisened, but i'm pretty sure it was the damn spiders!)
Sprinting, this is so awsome. Notch you have heard my prayers!
Revines, looks awsome, and great for exploring. Also kind of a nice place to start a little camp.
could you imagine that? Making a camp with your buddies in smp, and then fight your way through the abandon'd mines,
killing poisinois spiders?
Abandoned mines, This is also great, I love how you get the feeling that there has been people before you, who hasn't survived.
Sea bioms, this is awsome, gives you an actual reason to make your underwater glass base. I'll be making those from now on!
Endermen, Really not that cool, imo. It's always good to get more mobs n stuff, but yeah.. Alot of people seem to like them though.
xp bar, Really great idea. It makes the whole game alot more rewarding. I now actually feel like moving my ass out of my castle to kill mobs!
Clouds doesn't go through buildings anymore. Thanks notch. Thanks.
New blocks: Stone bricks, stone brick slabs, stone brick stairs, slabs, stairs and fence gates.
You can charge up arrows, to do more damage.
Vines, Hanging down from trees mostly, but also in revines, wich is awsome. Gives you the feeling that it's old and overgrown.
Bigger biomes, wich means you won't find the 10x10 biomes anymore. Good notch, have a cookie.
Villages. Once again, awsome. Gives you the feeling you are the only one surviving in this workd of zombies and endermen.
Melond seeds. It's kind of cool, I guess.
New eating animation, Looks really goofy, I quite like it!
Pumpkin seeds, also cool, I guess.
Silverfish, Comes out of a stone kind of block. It's really cool!
Things I'd like to be added:
Minefield biomes. Come on, think about it.
Sushi. Could be crafted with drops from silverfish and squids.
Rice seeds. So the sushi could be completed.
Poisonous arrows. Could be crafted from spider drops, since they poisen you now. Would make sense wouldn't it?
In conclusion, I really really love this patch. It gives the game many more things to do. Good boy notch.
In case you haven't, you should've. Belive me, you've been missing out on something.
A little historie of this guy.
George Watsky is a poet and rapper from San Francisco, California.
Watsky performs slam poetry, and was featured on Season 6 of Russell Simmons Presents Def Poetry on HBO.
Watsky’s talents began to receive national and international acclaim in 2006 when he was the Youth Speaks Grand Slam Poetry Champion,
and was also named Brave New Voices International Poetry Slam Champion.
Watsky's poetry incorporates political and social themes. In 2006, in the midst of "a lively performance" to a "sold-out crowd",
Watsky "likened politicians behavior to a common bar pick-up line" and "won the night's top score".
In Summer, 2011 Watsky announced his new mixtape titled "A New Kind of Sexy", which was released on Monday, August 1, 2011, at 4:00 AM Pacific Time.
In the weeks leading up to the release, a track would be released each Monday. One of the tracks on the album was called "4AM Monday".
Watsky graduated from Emerson College in 2010 and has achieved newfound fame with his viral YouTube video "Pale kid raps fast." (see under)
He was featured on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on January 24, 2011, performing a slightly modified version of that rap. (see under)
It's not too late to become a fanboy, do it.
Pale kid raps fast: This video made him famous, pretty much. The video on youtube is now almost on 13million views, wich is pretty crazy.
But keep in mind, like he said himself - "you know, being the fastest rapper is not something that I'm interested in."
It's not so much about Watskys speed, as it is his lyrics. Seriously, try to get some lyrics while listening to the song, your mind will be blown.
This is my favourite at the moment. It's just so catchy. <3
This one is great too. You know what? I love all of them, I'll shush.
Watsky official website: http://georgewatsky.com/
Main Youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/gwatsky
Secondary youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/2watsky
Facebook group: http://www.facebook.com/gwatsky
His albums: http://gwatsky.bandcamp.com/
I hope you'll enjoy his music as much as I do.
Also, thanks so much for getting me to a 100 followers, really means alot to me. <3
So, I got alot of positive feedback from the last wallpaper post, and I've decided to make it into a weekly thing. It will be every monday from now on. Also, sorry for not posting much this past week, but I've been doing personal stuff.
Last time you guys requested dark wallpapers, so I've found a few for you.
Please tell me what you think of theese wallpapers in the comments. Also, feel free to suggest any kind of wallpapers you'd like. Let's get started.
This first one is the good ol' awsome face. You never get tired of that, honestly.