The Melodicka Bros. are back with another cool cyberpunk/synthwave cover version of a classic tune. Their synth-heavy cover of Pink Floyd’s Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2) pays tribute to their supporters, who took on the part of the prep school chorus.
Awesome Pink Floyd
R3DUX Studios and xystvyry Productions carefully selected footage from The Simpsons and Futurama that perfectly illustrate the lyrics from Pink Floyd’s Brain Damage, a song that befits Homer Simpson more than any other character. They’ve created animated music videos for Time and High Hopes too.
Musician Steve Welsh likes to reinterpret songs in different styles. Here, he explores what it might have been like if Pink Floyd possessed the bodies of Nirvana, and they were the ones who wrote the 1991 track Endless, Nameless. Welsh’s dreamy prog-rock version is significantly more eardrum friendly than the cacophonous original.
French musician Grégoire Blanc brings his own unique flair to the 1973 Pink Floyd classic “The Great Gig in the Sky” with a soul-stirring cover performed on the highly-expressive Haken Continuum, a vintage Elektor Formant modular synth, grand piano, and a theremin taking on Clare Torry’s famous vocals.
Pink Floyd’s Time is one of the all-time great concept rock tracks. Crank up the volume and let the musical waves wash over you as Kent Nishimura performs an awesome cover arrangement of the Dark Side of the Moon track on his acoustic guitar, using the guitar’s hollow body to create the clock ticking effect.
Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters misses performing live with his bandmates, so he assembled them remotely for a “work from home” performance of the classic track Mother from the 1980 album The Wall. We still hope that he and Dave Gilmour will mend fences and play together someday.
During an appearance at Paste Magazine’s NYC studio, the talented Jake Shimabukuro performed a soulful rendition of Pink Floyd’s classic, eking crazy amounts of emotion out of his little ukulele. While there he also played Bohemian Rhapsody, his original When The Masks Come Down, and Hawaiian folk song Wai’ alae.
Caio Rossi of R3DUX Studios cut together this great mashup of clips from The Simpsons, set to Pink Floyd’s 1979 classic Comfortably Numb. The Portuguese subtitles somehow make it feel even more like a depressing foreign film. His Simpsons x Futurama version of the band’s Time is also worth a watch.
Fans of Pink Floyd will recognize the profoundly depressing lyrics on this print from Todd Alcott Graphics. It features the words from Comfortably Numb, cleverly worked into the layout for a 1960s-style magazine advertisement for pain relief pills. The print is available in a variety of sizes. Check out the artist’s shop for more.
A stellar cover of Pink Floyd’s Have a Cigar, with fantastic guitar work by Max Newman, smooth and soulful vocals by Corey Frey, and great keys and rhythms by Smiley, Rob Skywalker, and Reuben Gingrich of The Main Squeeze. Their Allman Bros. ain’t too shabby either.
Musician Luna Lee rocks out another awesome cover version on her classic Korean string instrument, this time taking on Pink Floyd’s 1979 classic Another Brick in the Wall. While Lee is from the South, the tune seems especially apropos of North Korea’s confomist society.