NETDUMP is where CHARTattack posts all the links that are preventing us from working, in the hopes that they also prevent you from working, thereby evening everything out in a cosmic sense.
Everyone at CHARTattack loves Game of Thrones, and we all have some sort of embarrassing yet hugely important memory attached to Arcade Fire, and yet we’re not feeling this tribute to the whiny sorta-Stark Theon Greyjoy, and his reunion with his disgusting water family. Don’t watch if you haven’t seen the episode yet, as you probably don’t want such an important turning point ruined with such melodrama.
GORGEOUS BLACK AND WHITE TIME-LAPSED SPACE FOOTAGE MAKES EARTH SEEM REALLY DULL
Record Store Day may be over, but it’s celebrated every day in outer space, where apparently everything looks like a sick 180 gram limited edition vinyl. God is a DJ. ANYWAY, this all-too-brief selection of footage culled from NASA’s Voyager and Cassini missions make even our galaxy’s most inhospitable planets look warm and inviting. Even that asteroid looks like a decent place to chill.
WATCH THIS AWESOME GRIMES COVER
Grimes’ breakout single “Oblivion” is one of our favorite things she’s done so far, and we’re not alone in thinking that, judging by this heartfelt cover. The artist’s bedroom vocal stylings are intercut with prerecorded scenes from his everyday life, which seems to involve kegs, giraffes, and knowing how to play every single goddamn instrument jesus seriously WHAT.
LISA GAIL ALLRED’S “THREE SECOND RULE” MUSIC VIDEO WILL TEAR YOUR SOUL APART
Attention middle-aged men and women: YouTube is the perfect place to share every detail about your life, especially if you’re going through a midlife crisis and don’t understand fully comprehend the scale and scope of the Internet. And if you have the money to commission a video based on a song about your man ogling other women in front of you, even better. Don’t forget to go with the most dated music possible, preferably a sterile MIDI symphony. You really want it to sound like something you’d hear fifteen years ago on a home economics teacher’s Geocities page.