(NSFW: Language) The music video for Thrift Shop in its naked, beat-less glory. It actually fares a lot better than the one for Gangnam Style and is only slightly awkward. Plus there’s Macklemore’s chair.
A jazzy arrangement of Radiohead’s Creep, performed by vocalist Karen Souza, ironically turning the tables on the song’s original protagonist. Hear more of her sultry covers here. Her Tainted Love is pretty great too.
Invented by Paul Vo and beta tested with the synth experts at Moog Music, the Vo-96 is an innovative synthesizer that attaches to acoustic guitars, modifying its sound using magnetic fields to change the way the strings vibrate.
Jack Conte of Pomplamoose hypes up his upcoming solo EP with this mashup of various Daft Punk and Skrillex tracks. Conte adds flair to his performance by adding perfectly synchronized video footage on the TV below.
Experimental musician Jeroen Elfferich wins the award for the wackiest version of The White Stripes Seven Nation Army we’ve ever heard. Correction… it’s the wackiest version of any song we’ve ever heard.
Do the robot to this awesome track that beatmaker Andrew Kilgour aka Fresh Kils made using samples from the Transformers animated series. You can buy the track solo or as part of his Routines Beat Tape LP.