We’re enjoying this alternate old-timey, BioShock Inifinite-styled waltz arrangement of Cyndi Lauper’s pop anthem Girls Just Wanna Have Fun by the Postmodern Jukebox. No Elizabeth or Captain Lou Albano either. (Thanks Molly!)
Lovers of Rube Goldberg, music and history, have we got the thing for you – a clever 90 second chronicle of recorded music, told through spoken word and a chain reaction show made from assorted musical equipment. (Thanks Steve!)
Just because your partying days are behind you doesn’t mean you can’t continue to rock. See for yourself as the best death and grind metal is gently combined with parenting reminders in this hilarious Funny or Die vid. (Thanks Spencer!)
Put on your hot pants, get up offa that thang, and crank up your speakers for the next 45 minutes to honor The Godfather of Soul in this great compilation of all of his performances from Soul Train back in the 1970s.
(NSFW: Language) Ah, Gotham. If you can make it here, you’ll make it anywhere. Or get lambasted by a random stranger while practicing your musical instrument. This is why we love New York. (Thanks Disco Chicken!)
Directed by CANADA, this energetic video for the new song from Phoenix was shot live with two separate camera crews who kept having to run and set up for the next shot before the visible countdown timers ran out.
When their flight is delayed, members of the Philadelphia Orchestra decide to break the boredom with a impromptu rendition of the lastï»¿ movement of DvoÅ™Ã¡k’s American Quartet. This stuff never happens to us. (Thanks Aetherion!)