50+ ‘Simpsons’ references? That’s a paddlin’
‘The Great Phatsby’ will air in January 2017.
From a Springfield rooftop to a WA basement.
Dr. Zaius, Dr. Zaius!
“Everyone goes Krabappel over Flanders.”
Happiness is just a Flaming Moe’s cover away.
“I’d like a single plum, floating in perfume, served in a man’s hat.”
The show’s first-ever hour-long episode will feature an “all-star team” of rappers and its own original hip hop soundtrack.
Stupid sexy Chet Faker.
ＳＩＭＰＳＯＮＷＡＶＥ is our new favourite thing.
The Purple One may have objected to being cast as a love interest for Selma
And the award for music video of the year goes to…
They amassed close to 30,000 followers on Facebook before they even played a live show but now Ned Flanders-inspired metal band Okilly Dokilly have finally taken to the stage and, by the looks of it, went extremely well. Of course, it went down at a “Simpsons-ized school carnival” put on by Simpsons fansite FLIM Springfield
The ‘100 riffs in one take’ video format isn’t anything new, but music marketplace Reverb has turned its attention (and the talents of a local guitarist) to recreating 100 classic TV theme songs in just one sitting. Reverb’s stellar effort sees “local riff-master Joe” lead us through the list of 100 TV themes, including the
Yesterday the world was introduced to easily one of the greatest themed bands in the history of recorded music, with a collective “Hiddly-Ho Neighbourino!” echoing around the planet as we greeted the first “Nedal” band in existence, Arizona outfit Okilly Dokilly. The Ned Flanders inspired group are only one of the latest in an impressively
Themed metal bands can be a joy to behold, especially when they’re drenched in pop culture. Take, for example, the newly-formed Phoenix, Arizona outfit Okilly Dokilly, who have combined the raw power of hardcore metal with the raw masculinity of The Simpsons‘ church-going neighbourino, Ned Flanders. As Rip It Up reports, Okilly Dokilly deem themselves
Pharrell Williams has been officially banished to Shelbyville after performing an abbreviated version of his hit song Happy for the folks of Springfield. Before taking to the stage to perform Happy at the 2015 Grammy Awards yesterday, Pharrell’s short, skinny and large-hatted likeness appeared on The Simpsons‘ episode “Walking Big & Tall”, which aired in
Leather-clad heavy metal legends Judas Priest have entered a pantheon reserved only for those who have truly cemented a place for themselves in the pop-culture zeitgeist, making their debut appearance on everyone’s favourite longest-running American animated program, The Simpsons. The episode is titled ‘Steal This Episode,’ and sees the British metal outfit coming on to
Sigur Rós are set to appear in the finale of the 24th season of The Simpsons, as well as composing music for the episode, which will see Lenny‘s sidekick Carl Carlson visiting his native Iceland on the back of some lottery winnings. The Icelandic ambient post-rockers obviously enjoyed their first TV appearance in over a
Baauer must be losing his shit right about now. His Harlem Shake craze has gone so viral that the world’s most popular and iconic animated family have jumped on the bandwagon. Yep, The Simpsons have done their own version of the Harlem Shake – except that in true Springfield style, they’ve renamed their take on