Postmodern Jukebox

Dancing Queen: Jazz Cover

Dancing Queen: Jazz Cover

See that girl, watch that scene, dig in the dancing queen. The multi-talented Gunhild Carling joins Scott Bradlee and Aaron McLendon of Postmodern Jukebox for a fun 1920s jazz-infused remake of ABBA’s 1979 disco hit Dancing Queen.

Zombie: Soul Cover

Zombie: Soul Cover

Headed up by the silky smooth vocals of entertainer Maiya Sykes, the guys from Postmodern Jukebox offer up a soul-stirring soul cover of The Cranberries’ haunting 1994 track Zombie. Man, that song always gives us the chills.

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Crazy Train: Motown Cover

Crazy Train: Motown Cover

Postmodern Jukebox and vocalist Jennie Lena turn in a swinging ’60s style cover version of Ozzy Osbourne’s rock classic Crazy Train. We can say with a high degree of certainty that Jennie won’t be biting the head off any bats any time soon.

The Final Countdown: Jazz Cover

The Final Countdown: Jazz Cover

Postmodern Jukebox teamed up with multitalented musician Gunhild Carling to transform hair band Europe’s 1986 hit The Final Countdown into a swinging dixieland jazz tune with vintage cabaret vocals. Bonus fact: most of Europe’s members and Gunhild are all Swedish.

Happy on 10 Instruments

Happy on 10 Instruments

Multitalented musician and vocalist Gunhild Carling teamed up with Postmodern Jukebox, to bring her unique performance style to a cover version of Pharrell William’s megahit Happy, as she proves she can play way more musical instruments most people on the planet.

My Hero: 30’s Style Cover

My Hero: 30’s Style Cover

PMJ’s Scott Bradlee and Chloe Feoranzo perform a wonderful cover version of Foo Fighters 1997 classic My Hero. For every 1,000 plays through 10/14/17, they’ll donate $10 to the UMC Foundation, who provided Level 1 trauma care during the recent tragedy in Las Vegas.

The Flintstones: Jazz Cover

The Flintstones: Jazz Cover

Postmodern Jukebox takes us on a trip back to prehistoric times for a visit with Fred, Wilma, Barney, and Betty. Their jazzy instrumental rendition will have you longing for the days of brontosaurus burgers, foot-powered cars, and talking can openers.

It Wasn’t Me: Tom Jones Style

It Wasn’t Me: Tom Jones Style

Postmodern Jukebox and vocalist Ariana Savalas teamed up to transform Shaggy’s raggamuffin hit It Wasn’t Me into a ’60s-style version that sounds a whole lot like Tom Jones’ classic It’s Not Unusual. It’s one of those things that shouldn’t work, but somehow it does.

Say It Ain’t So: Torch Song Cover

Say It Ain’t So: Torch Song Cover

Somebody’s Heine is crowding my icebox… Postmodern Jukebox features a Blue Note style cover of the 1994 Weezer ballad Say It Ain’t So, with the vivacious vocals and equally vibrant red hair of Dani Armstrong (aka “Jack Dani”) leading the charge.

Puddles x PMJ: All the Small Things

Puddles x PMJ: All the Small Things

Puddles seems even sadder than usual as he reunites with Postmodern Jukebox to sing a toned down version of Blink-182’s pop hit All the Small Things. The song seems so much creepier sung by a 6-foot 8-inch tall clown.

No Surprises: Jazz Cover

No Surprises: Jazz Cover

No Surprises is one of the most oft-covered Radiohead tracks of all time, but we’re rather taken with Postmodern Jukebox’s ’30s-style jazz arrangement, with Chloe Feoranzo’s warm and smooth vocals standing in for Thom Yorke’s.

Black Hole Sun: Jazz Cover

Black Hole Sun: Jazz Cover

The always spectacular Haley Reinhart turns in another fantastic cover along with Postmodern Jukebox, with this orchestral arrangement of Soundgarden’s 1994 grunge hit that starts out as a sultry jazz ballad, and ends with as much fire and energy as the original.

PMJ: Mad World

PMJ: Mad World

The incredible vocal talents of Puddles Pity Party and Haley Reinhart teamed up with Postmodern Jukebox to turn in a quirky, vaudvillian performance of Tears for Fears’ 1983 dark classic Mad World. Download on iTunes.

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Viva La Vida: Sad Clown Style

Viva La Vida: Sad Clown Style

Awesomer faves Postmodern Jukebox and Puddles Pity Party collaborated on this larger than life cover version of Coldplay’s 2008 hit Viva La Vida, led off by the inimitable vocal stylings of everyone’s favorite sad clown with the golden voice.

Someday: ’40s Style Cover

Someday: ’40s Style Cover

In many ways, they’ll miss the good old days. Vocalist Cristina Gatti and Postmodern Jukebox turn in a sultry Casablanca-inspired version of The Strokes’ Someday, transforming it into a completely new, but just as wonderful song.

Seven Nation Army: Jazz Funeral Cover

Seven Nation Army: Jazz Funeral Cover

Amazingly talented vocalist Haley Reinhart once again joins Postmodern Jukebox to turn in an awesome cover version of a classic track – this time with White Stripes’ Seven Nation Army, in the style of a Big Easy jazz funeral dirge.

Boulevard of Broken Dreams: Soul Cover

Boulevard of Broken Dreams: Soul Cover

Vocalist Maiya Sykes and Postmodern Jukebox turn in a soulful and emotionally-charged performance of Green Day’s hit Boulevard of Broken Dreams. Trust us when we say you’ve never heard it sung like this, and it’s great.

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