Monthly Archives: November 2013

Top 10 Ninja Music List to Assassinate To

Ninjas have become a stable of genre media.  From TV shows, film, comics, novel, and even music.  Some write songs about ninjas.  Others base their whole music act around ninjas.  Here is just a taste of what you can find out there.

1. Everybody Needs a Ninja by Matthew Ebel

2. The band Shinobi Ninja from NYC.

3. Ninja Girl by Mega Ran is about Yuffie from Final Fantasy VII.

4. Feng Shui Ninjas and their album Home Shuriken Kit (in case of emergency, throw disc).

5. The rapper Shinobi the MC and duo Krondor Krew have back stores about being ninjas.

6. Ninjas Wailing on Guitars by Soggy Potato Chips tells of ninjas skill with shredding on guitar.

7. The jrock band Otokage is made up of ninjas as well.

8. Ninja Drinking Song by Sci-Fried is an Irish pub crawl song about ninjas.

9. There is a heavy metal ninja band called “Ninja.”

10. Redneck Ninjas by Tom Smith gives us a little different take on ninjas.

Honorable Mention goes to the opening theme from the anime Naruto.  All of them.




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Black Friday Deals

With today being Black Friday, which is not the biggest shopping day of the year, I decided to gather some links to various artists doing special deals.  Most are only good for today, but some go till Small Business Saturday or to Cyber Monday, so hurry and get what you can.

The Whomping Willows Black Friday sale has everything (CDs, t-shirts, hoodie) for just $5 + shipping.

All music at Gamechops is 50% with code “thankyou.”

All Mega Ran music, including pre-orders, is also 50%.

All Mikal kHill products are 50% off this week, plus t-shirts are reduced to $10 before the discount.  Also when you buy any one physical item get an exclusive kHillcast CD-R with special mix of music, unreleased demos, and music from the new group he is starting.  Just use the code ” FUCKWALMART2X”

Abney Park is doing their Black Friday sale this year.  CDs and novels for just $10, figurines for $5, and dog tags for $9.

Get brentalfloss music 55% with code “wishbones55.”

Get all three of the LeetStreet Boys albums for $30, including shipping.

The Black FuMPDay Sale has select items in the FuMP store 20% to 40% off.  Items include albums from Baldbox, Carrie Dahlby, Cirque du So What?, Devo Spice, great Luke Ski, Possible Oscar, Sudden Death, Worm Quartet, and all the Best of the FuMP albums.

Luke Ski also has all his CDs for $8 and DVDs for $12.

MC Lars is also doing a 50% off sell on everything.

Video Game Music Bundles has five albums for $1 or twenty-four albums for $10.

DFTBA is offering $3 shipping to anywhere in the world.  They have albums by Chameleon Circuit, Alex Day, ALL CAPS, Harry Potter Alliance, Epic Rap Battles of History, and more.

Draco and the Malfoys are offering free shipping in the US and half off shipping outside of the US.

Professor Shyguy is selling his two albums for $5 and his acoustic and instrumental albums for $2.50

The Megas have 50% off their digital downloads with the code “blackandblue”.  Plus the Robot Sketch t-shirts are off 50% at their store.


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Nerdapalooza Says Good Bye

This year’s Nerdapalooza was great in all regards, getting the highest attendance ever of 1,234.  Unfortunately the promoters were expecting about three times that amount.  They need that much to cover their costs.  They were betting on their headliners to bring in a lot more people, which they were not able to do.  This has left the Nerdapalooza LLC with a big debt and forcing them to file for bankruptcy.  They will also be dissolving and ending the concert series.  This will end the six-year journey of Nerdapalooza.

This also means plans for Nerdapalooza have been canceled.

To help pay off the debt and final expenditures they are having a “fire sale.”  You can get the last of their merchandise at super low prices, just a few things left now.  All of their digital albums are set to pay what you want on Bandcamp.  Last chance to get them before the are gone forever.

They put some  items up on eBay and might end up putting more there as well.  If you know of anything they might have you want e-mail them at

Now we just wait and see if these guys move on to do anything else.  I figure conventions in the area might want to talk to them about helping with music line ups, artists, video game developers, and more.  Also should stand as a lesson to other event runners, do not over-estimate your attendance.  Do not put yourself in a position where you need three times your highest attendance ever to cover costs.

I also see this is a chance for someone else to create a new nerd concert event that covers several genres and is the biggest around.  Or maybe we will all just go to MAGFest.

Though now all we can do is mourn its lost, remember any memories you have of it, and help support nerdy music around you and on tour.



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