90s Boiler Room Gets Serious People Dancing to Greatest Hits

What are you doing right now? Because … well, you might wind up chortling for a few minutes. Updated: It seems Boiler Room has pulled the videos. (Suggestion for the creators: hot tip from Russia, things like this should really just be on VK. Ahem.) In other words, this particular parody suggesting Boiler Room might take itself too seriously has been taken seriously by Boiler Room. You can judge what that means, for intellectual property law or humor. I suppose it does mean the rest of us can get back to work. And then, tragically, they resurfaced! Oh, no! It’s …


Techno Shreds: Ben Klock Boiler Room Gets Shreds Treatment – And More Beamz Lazors

Utter brilliance to wind up our week: Berlin techno legend Ben Klock gets the infamous audio-redub “shreds” treatment on YouTube, normally reserved for rock bands. It helps if you’ve watched the live streams of Boiler Room, the multi-city Internet-broadcast, invite-only dance party that turns the cameras on DJs and audience alike. But even if you haven’t, well, just watch to the end. There’s just something about watching people bop along to that steady techno beat. And … um … did anyone else kind of weirdly enjoy the faux music set? (Yeah, I could see pulling this off. Just need some …