(NSFW) Want to see K. West’s “noir piece”? Then prepare to sit your ass down for 34 minutes. The short film/long-ass music video is a visual feast, and of course, it’s full of awesome music as well.
Youtube phenom Mystery Guitar Man takes on The Simpsons theme song, playing the opening theme on a dozen kids toys. We miss the animation, but the clever instrumentation makes up for it.
Long before the era of the Internet mashup, there was a little novelty band known by the name of Little Roger and the Goosebumps, who figured out that Gilligan and Zeppelin were interchangeable.
Violinist Oliver Lewis smashes the World Record for playing â€œFlight of the Bumblebee”. Jamming it out in 1-minute, 3.356 seconds, never missing a note – he bested the previous record by a whole second.
West Coast Seattle Boy contains 45 unreleased recordings by the late, great Jimi Hendrix, including alternate versions, all-new songs, demos, live performances and a documentary.
If you ever wondered how you could move your digits fast enough to play Dick Dale’s Misirlou (aka the Pulp Fiction theme), here’s a clever way to keep those blisters off your fingers.
It’s far from being comprehensive, but if you’re into music – especially hip hop – NPR’s short documentary about the origin and legacy of the attention-grabbing gadget is a fascinating watch.
While we’re not big Linkin Park fans, this music video directed by DJ Joe Hahn is definitely worth a watch. Created using laser scanning techniques, the video’s a real stunner. The song… meh.
The Strokes have always been on our Pandora playlist, but this is one time where we’re thinking the cover version could be better than the original. Reptilia on banjo, mandolin and violin. Brilliant.
After their appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman, the virtual rock band Gorillaz put on a 45-minute concert at the Ed Sullivan Theater. Click the pic and watch the entire concert right now.
Get over here and watch Scorpion play the Mortal Kombat theme on his accordion. The look on his face is just so damned intense we couldn’t help but be moved a little. And laugh a lot.