Comedian/musician Reggie Watts co-hosts the IFC series Comedy Bang! Bang!, and he’s used that platform to perform absurd impromptu duets with a number of celebrities along the lines of what he did with Jason Schwartzman at the YouTube Music Awards. And now we can add Josh Homme to that number. The Queens Of The Stone [...]
Get ready for some "raccoon love", y'all.
(Paramount) Tonight's event is part of a strange, hybrid tour. The agenda is a "thought-provoking and laughter-inducing dance on the grave of our inevitable demise," featuring major comedians like Patton Oswalt, Reggie Watts, and Kurt Braunohler and experimental musicians Noveller and On Fillmore. Show More Summary
Performance artist Reggie Watts demos this nifty kit of electronic sound modules from littleBits and Korg, which lets you assemble your own analog synthesizers. The modules can be connected to other littleBits modules too.
Michael Cera, Tim and Eric, Sarah Silverman and Reggie Watts have kindly teamed up to spread art, music, comedy and entertainment under one name: JASH. The YouTube network put on by some of the most entertaining online and offline personalities is bound to bring a smile to your face. Show More Summary
There are plenty of music apps out there, but how many are endorsed by Reggie Watts? He’s a natural human sound machine capable of exhaling hilarious and melodic noise at the drop of an iPhone. Below, you can see him performing with the free Keezy beatboxing app. continued… New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.
We got to hang with Spike Lee, LeVar Burton, Reggie Watts, Ayah Bdeir, David Gerrold, Bens Heck and Huh and Rachel Haot. We played around with Occulus Rift, some electric skateboards, a surgical robot and a few 3D scanners. Once again, however, our Insert Coin competition was arguably the highlight...
Keezy is an iPhone app by Elepath that allows users to record up to eight sounds and play them back to create music using colorful square buttons. In this video, comedian and performer Reggie Watts demonstrates how it works. The app is currently available to download from the iTunes App Store. video and image via […]
It's true, we're still beaming - which is saying a lot for a Monday morning coming off of little to no sleep. And while we'd have been slightly grumpy working through the weekend in nearly any other scenario, we just spent three days with 10,000 or so friends, colleagues and tech superstars, so we...
When Reggie Watts took to the Expand stage, he was wearing a Pebble. The performer said that he's obsessed with the wearables and picked up multiples of the wearable during those early adopter deal days. "If it's something I'm curious about, [something} that provides a service or that I'm interested...
The musician/comedian/TV show co-host joins us on stage to discuss the role technology plays in his creative process. Watts will also be showing off his rig and demoing precisely what it is he does. November 9, 2013 4:15:00 PM EST Follow all of Engadget's Expand coverage live from New York City...
Fun with engineering! You can build your own instrument with the newest kit from LittleBits. Reggie Watts will show you how it's done. If you ever hope to approach the level of coolness exuded by Reggie Watts, LittleBits's latest creation, the Synth Kit, might be your best bet. Show More Summary
All around creative dude Reggie Watts uses some crazy gadgets to make his unique brand of noise. But in the video above he's using a new, super-simple kit designed to help experienced musicians and n00bs alike experiment with the possibilities of synthesizers. Read more...
Yoko Ono makes the world a better place with the help of some of her artist friends, including the Beastie Boys, Questlove, Cibo Matto, Ira Glass, Reggie Watts in a silver cape, Roberta Flack, Heems from Das Racist, and Mx Justin Vivian Bond. (Lyrics here.) The video was directed by Ben Dickinson and the dancing [...]
Several talented musicians took home trophies at the first ever YouTube Music Awards, but the big story was the broadcast itself. It was weird. Host Jason Schwartzman found himself covered in blue paint, co-host Reggie Watts was at one point handed a crying baby, and there were many other cringe-worthy moments in between. Show More Summary
Yoko Ono’s video for “Bad Dancer,” a track off her recent album Take Me To The Land Of Hell, might be the most diversely star-studded video of the year. Reggie Watts, Heems, Greg Saunier of Deerhoof, Ad Rock and Mike D of the Beastie Boys, Ira Glass, Questlove (slow dancing with Ono above), it just [...]
YouTube threw its first awards show last night, and the results were... interesting. The unscripted show, directed by Spike Jonze and hosted by Jason Schwartzman and Reggie Watts, took place in New York City and was livestreamed on YouTube. Awards were handed out and artists offered up performances (er, "live...
YouTube held its first-ever Music Awards Sunday night, and the 90-minute, live-streamed event from Manhattan's Pier 36 was certainly... different. Jason Schwartzman and Reggie Watts handed out awards in between "live music video" performances. Show More Summary
It was clear the YouTube Music Awards were in trouble when Rashida Jones handed a pair of babies to hosts Jason Schwartzman and Reggie Watts for no apparent reason. The live event, broadcast Sunday from New York City, was a mix of live...Show More Summary
YouTube held its first-ever Music Awards Sunday, and the show was... awkward. Hosts Jason Schwartzman and Reggie Watts emphasized that the awards show was unscripted, but viewers probably would have been able to tell that even without the reminder. Show More Summary