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This Barcelona Based DJ Took Video Game Weapon Sounds And Turned Them Into A Dope EDM Song

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The Youtuber “Eclectic Method,” whose real name is Jonny Wilson and who is based in Barcelona, Spain, has painstakingly gone through a bunch of video games just to sample gun sounds and put them together for your audio enjoyment. It’s actually pretty impressive. It all flows in the end and he even shows you which sounds he used and from which video-game-gun.

“Eclectic Method” isn’t just a Youtuber, he’s also a music producer and DJ, making songs out of compilations of other videos and sound effects.

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Do you think you can name all the games in this video?


In the video below he combined some of the most recognizable gamer gun sounds into a two-minute jam fest, that you can actually bob your head to.

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What? You’ve never wanted to combine your favorite guns sounds into a dope beat you can drop? LIES.


And it’s not the only one. Check this one out of “The Wolf of Wall Street.”

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I can actually listen to this. And apparently so can other people, this video has over 3 million views.


Stephen Colbert once called him “DJ Jazzy-Jerk Off.”

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Eclectic Method, has gotten pretty famous making these mash-ups. Questlove, Mark Ronson and Anthony Bourdain have all acknowledged his awesomeness and he’s even got into a pretend beef with Stephen Colbert for remixing him on “The Colbert Report.”


He has made a ton of cool videos and worked with awesome people and brands. Check out my favorite one.

Rich Sanchez, remixed? The best!


[H/T] This Incredibly Catchy Drum and Bass Track Was Made Using Only Video Game Weapon Sounds

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Manu Ginobili's Clutch Play Vs. Houston Led To Hilarious Memes

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Manu Ginobili’s Clutch Play Vs. Houston Led To Hilarious Memes

San Antonio Spurs legend Manu Ginobili is playing out the last few chapters of his career in the NBA. Although his contributions to the Spurs over the years are undeniable — he’s won 4 NBA titles — Ginobili has definitely showed his age the last two seasons. But during a pivotal game 5 matchup versus the Houston Rockets in the NBA playoffs, the 39-year-old showed he’s still got some gas left in the tank.

With Spurs star Kawhi Leonard out with an ankle injury for most of the game, Ginobili stepped up and made several clutch shots late in the game to keep his team close. In the dying seconds of overtime, with the Spurs trying to hold on to a 3-point lead, Ginobili made a defensive play that ended the Rockets’ hopes of a comeback.

Just as Rockets star James Harden went up to shoot a potential game-tying three pointer, Ginobili came up from behind and completely stuffed his attempt.

The Spurs won the game and took a 3-2 lead in their series against the Rockets.

Soon, people were calling for a new NBA logo:

And rewriting history:

https://twitter.com/andiloredo/status/862141993677459456

Some wondered how Ginobili’s old teammate, Tim Duncan, would react:

Others reimagined this iconic barbershop scene from “Coming to America.”

What was Ginobili thinking during the game? Here’s some speculation:

Ginobili’s block was so savage Twitter user @brohsen suggested Harden had to lose a little of his beard:

Not only were people praising Ginobili…

They were also roasting Harden:

https://twitter.com/NBAEVERYTHlNG/status/862138906023690240

Did Harden choke? That’s up for debate. That block? Picture perfect.

The emotion of the close game was too much for some people…

For others, it just confirmed that Ginobili status as a Spurs legend should never be questioned.

The Spurs and the Rockets will face off again on Thursday, May 11 in Houston and, if needed, Sunday May 14 in San Antonio.

WATCH: Tony Romo Was So Good At Warmups The Mavericks Coach *Almost* Forced Him Into The Game

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