Music: Savlonic

From left to right: Kandi, Roscoe and Evangeline.

A fictional band created by the Flash animator Jonti "Weebl" Picking of Weebl & Bob fame. Savlonic consists of singer Roscoe Thunderpants (voiced by Weebl,) singer/keyboardist Evangeline D'isco (voiced by Sarah Darling,) and backing vocalist/drummer Kandi Flaus (voiced by Katt Wade).

So far, six Savlonic songs have been released: "Electro Gypsy" (2008), "Tiny Japanese Girl" (2010), "Wandering Eye" (2011), "The Driver" (2012), "Computer Guy" (2013), and "Spelunker" (weebls-stuff link not available, the link is a direct YouTube link to the video on Mr Weebl's channel), each accompanied by Flash-made music videos created by Picking and Peabo. All tracks are available as iTunes singles.

A full album: Red, was released in mid 2014 after a successful Kickstarter campaign. It not only collects the singles together for the first time with rerecorded vocals, but features three new songs, Android, Girls, and Spelunker, plus five new remixes.

The fictional band displays the following tropes:

  • All Drummers Are Animals: Averted, Kandi is one of the most sedate drummers ever, and usually only uses one of her arms to drum with.
  • Anvil on Head: The end of "Electro Gypsy" video has a giant synthesizer fall on Kandi (and a smaller one bounce off Evangeline's head.)
  • Art Evolution: Starting with Wandering Eye, created by another animator (Peabo), the videos are far more advanced graphically and no longer depict the characters in borderline Super-Deformed style. Peabo's art for the band has continued to evolve with each video, introducing new hairstyles and outfits for the characters.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: "Tiny Japanese Girl" has Roscoe in a Godzilla costume rampaging across a city.
  • Awesome McCool Name: Roscoe Thunderpants.
  • Badass Mustache: Roscoe's mustache, which is a reference to Ron Mael's. That said, since Mael is somewhat obscure, most people don't get the reference... instead, on any Savlonic YouTube video, half the comments are along the lines of "I didn't know Adolf Hitler could sing so well." Lampshaded in the interview. Luckily, the other half refers to Charlie Chaplin.
  • Blinding Bangs: Evangeline. In "Wandering Eye", appropriately enough, she reveals her eyes... with squicky results.
  • Color Wash: The videos and art of the band are dominated by red.
    • To the point where the colour itself is the title of their first full-length album, "RED".
  • Cool Helmet: Computer Guy
  • Eye Scream: The music video for "Wandering Eye" takes the title very much literally.
  • Four-Fingered Hands
  • Future Spandex: What everyone wears in the video for Computer Guy, complete with Tron Lines.
  • Hologram Projection Imperfection: Computer Guy's two hologram dancing girls come in the blue scan lines version of this trope.
  • Live-Action Adaptation: The characters appear in heavily-filtered live action in the Kickstarter pitch video.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: Kandi, one step up from Evangeline's Blinding Bangs.
  • People Puppets: In the video for Computer Guy, the eponymous character has the band plugged into his future technology computer, which he uses to make them rock out. When he tries to turn them Up to Eleven, it results in the system overloading, letting them free.
  • Punny Name: Kandi Flauss (candy floss) and Evangeline's last name D'Isco.
  • Real-Life Relative: Roscoe and Evangeline are often portrayed as a couple in the band's songs and music videos. Sarah and Weebl are married in real life.
  • Shout-Out:
    • A scene in "Electro Gypsy" homages the stockroom scene from The Matrix, with synthesizers in place of weaponry.
    • High-level Kickstarter backers Damian Bevan and Andrew Neidig appear, in animated form, in the video for "Spelunker."
  • Sky Surfing: The band pulls out some hover boards after being freed from Computer Guy's control.
  • Time Travel: Have you seen him, he's from the future... The end of the video reveals Computer Guy to be an older Roscoe, having travelled back to the past
  • Tron Lines: In Computer Guy.
  • The Voiceless: Kandi provides backing vocals and harmonies for the songs, but doesn't take the lead in any of them. She is either silent or absent in non-song contexts, such as the Kickstarter pitch video and the Weebl's Stuff interview of Roscoe and Evangeline.
    • Prior to the RED album, Kandi's backing vocals were done purely by pitch changing Evangeline's, so she was literally The Voiceless.
  • You Gotta Have Purple Hair: Kandi.