Recently, Igloo Magazine has stated this about Tweencore:
"Sickboy has produced a near vomit inducing barrage of sound that simultaneously makes you laugh at the ridiculous contradiction of the sound sources and the context in which they are placed, and prompts serious thought into what kind of a world we are bringing our children into."
Happy Holidays from the Tweencore room. Sickboy and Hannah have made us a special jam to celebrate Christmas! So get rocking around the Christmas tree, do what thou wilt, look for the stars or light the tree on fire... It's all good, as long as you are partying and celebrating while loosing control with this song!
Tweencore '78 is based on Sickboy's year of birth and marks the follow-up to the previous 6 Tweencore tracks previously released via Cock Rock Disco. '78 will be released on a 7" later this year on a yet to be announced label, right now you can download and stream 7 and 8 exclusivly on DeathbombArc's Digital Singles Club!
Wow! Breaking tween news! So the tween royals that are the Cyrus family have truely made some awesome tweenage fantasy, for tweens! Check it out, a new clothing line, for tweens by tweens, yo! And yes, it's done by Noah Cyrus AKA Miley Cyrus' little sister! Find out what's going exactly, here:
Hipster Runoff, a human-intrest website filled with irony and thoughts about 'life' has just posted their most epic Tween-post ever. It basicly asks you, the reader, the question: WHO'S THE TWEEN OF THE DECADE?!?
So go ahead, you decide, we're saying it's damn hard decision!
The Fountain of Youth is a legendary spring that reputedly restores the youth of anyone who drinks of its waters.
The Fountain of Youth lives on as a metaphor for anything that potentially increases longevity. It is a frequently used plot device in age regression stories. Nathaniel Hawthorne used the Fountain in "Dr. Heidegger's Experiment" to demonstrate that positive thinking is a far better remedy than deluded journeys to Florida for legendary cures Orson Welles directed and starred in a 1958 TV program based on the legend and Tim Powers featured it in On Stranger Tides, a novel of 17th century voodoo adventure. In 1953, the Walt Disney Company created a cartoon entitled Don's Fountain of Youth, in which Donald Duck had supposedly discovered the famous fountain and can't resist pretending to his nephews that it really works. In 1974 Marvel Comics featured the Fountain (which works if bathed in, but cripples if drunk from) in Man-Thing and later The Savage She-Hulk, and in 2005 the Fountain turned up in the DC Comics series Day of Vengeance. The fountain and its waters form the main plot device in Microsoft and Ensemble Studio's Age of Empires III campaign "Blood, Ice and Steel". Recently, characters in the 2006 Darren Aronofsky film The Fountain search for the Tree of Life to cure a brain tumor. Jorge Luis Borges refers to the Fountain of Life in a short story in the book The Aleph, in which the people who are immortal get tired of it and eventually start looking for the Fountain of Death to reverse their immortality. In 2009 Sickboy Milkplus is originating #TWEENCORE in order to celebrate the eternal dream of staying young, having no worries and bringing musical excitement to unseen levels of eternal youth. Stay Tuned.