I'm not going to pretend to analyze friend of SFist and renaissance man Doctor Popular, director Dave Cherry, and the Cardboardians' video for super-catchy song "Rumspringa." While Popular describes it simply as "a missing Game Boy cartridge results in a debaucherous pursuit," it really seems like there's a lot more going on there. Tell us about your mother, Doc!
Popular, who creates "electronic pop music with old video game systems, circuit bent Casios, and smartphones," has a full album of songs like "Rumspringa," all created on "a Game Boy Advance and a music writing cartridge called Nanoloop." You can find it here.