by David Mendez
Things I've learned today: Andrew W.K. and Marky Ramone are still relevant in Russia; Russian music videos appear to be roughly a decade or two behind American music videos (Skateboards! Awkward hipsters! Someone that reminds me of Queensryche!); and apparently, Maxim Russia thrives on awkward interactions.
You can see all this for yourselves below, as two generations of rockers (and one sincere favorite of Weekly boss Dan Gibson) interact in a Russian bar, watching videos and hangin' out. It's like a more objective, intelligent version of Beavis and Butthead watching music videos on the couch, with fewer dick jokes.
[h/t: Dangerous Minds]