Musician Vladimir Peña presents a wonderfully different, and highly captivating cover version of Radiohead’s 1997 classic track Karma Police, performed in four part harmony on his trombone. For a minute there, we lost ourselves… we lost ourselves.
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(PG-13 Lyrics) Guess who’s got the party jumping, travel the dark and all the pumping… There’s something about Die Antwoord’s banger of a track that lends itself perfectly to a heavy metal interpretation, especially under the masterful guidance of Leo Moracchioli.
A rare performance from a one-shot supergroup comprised of John Lennon, Eric Clapton, Keith Richards, and Mitch Mitchell, as they rock out a rough-hewn track that’s as good as any garage blues we’ve ever heard. Bonus points for the silly chat between Lennon and Mick Jagger.
(PG-13: Language) “Looking for justice and it’s just us. It ain’t fair. There’s a riot going on out there, and it ain’t fair. When your protector is your predator – it ain’t fair.” The Roots and Bilal dropped by NPR to perform their contribution to the soundtrack of Detroit.
We can say with 100% certainty that when you click “play” that you’re going to be subjected to Rick Astley’s way overplayed Never Gonna Give You Up. But Samurai Guitarist has breathed new life into the track by revamping it in the style of old spaghetti western soundtracks.
Composer William Zeitler demonstrates a strange and wonderful musical instrument. The glass armonica was invented by Benjamin Franklin back in 1761, and is a spinning series of custom-blown wine glasses, each of which plays a different musical note based on its size.
With the release of the iPhone X, we were pretty sure that Animoji were just going to be a dumb gimmick. However, videos of creative uses for the silly avatars are starting to prove us wrong, like this amazing version of Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody. Head to YouTube for much more.
Enigmatic, ever-changing virtual group Gorillaz teamed up with vocalist Little Simz on this banger of a track, which is accompanied by a brilliantly animated pixel art music video visualized by Noah Harris and Nicos Livesey of Blinkink, along with illustrator Mckay Felt.