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God Only Knows: Funk Edition

God Only Knows: Funk Edition

The Beach Boys track God Only Knows is one of our favorite songs. We also love Scary Pockets and Pomplamoose singer Nataly Dawn. So let’s see what happens when all three come together. We miss the vocal harmonies of the original, but we dig the funky and soulful new take on the 1966 rock classic.

Electric Feel: Funk Edition

Electric Feel: Funk Edition

The guys from Scary Pockets teamed up with singer Corey Frye of The Main Squeeze for an uplifting funk cover version of MGMT’s 2007 hit track Electric Feel. The smooth grooves and soulful vocals will brighten even the darkest day.

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Everybody Wants to Rule the World: Jazz Funk Cover

Everybody Wants to Rule the World: Jazz Funk Cover

Scary Pockets presents a sublime new take on the Tears for Fears hit Everybody Wants to Rule the World. With Cory Henry kicking ass on keys and lead vocals, we can’t help but think this is how Stevie Wonder would have recorded this song.

Harder, Better, Faster, Funkier

Harder, Better, Faster, Funkier

Scary Pockets teamed up with the Frankfurt Radio Big Band for a supremely funky arrangement of the Daft Punk classic Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger, complete with one of the maddest talkbox solos ever. The track sounds so awesome with all of that brass instrumentation.

You’re the Funk That I Want

You’re the Funk That I Want

We’ve seen lots of productions of Grease over the years, but never one quite this hip. Vocalists Antwaun Stanley and Therese Curatolo join the funkmeisters of Scary Pockets for the grooviest duet of “You’re the One That I Want” we’ve ever heard.

Black Hole Sun: Funk-Soul Cover

Black Hole Sun: Funk-Soul Cover

The musicians of Scary Pockets continue to impress with their funky cover versions of classic songs. Led by the smooth, soulful vocals of Maiya Sykes, they performed a awesomely unexpected take on the 1994 Soundgarden track Black Hole Sun.

Layla: Funk Cover

Layla: Funk Cover

Scary Pockets turns in another wonderfully funky cover of a classic tune, this time taking on Derek and The Dominos’ 1970 track Layla. Though this time, they left the comfort of their studio and recorded the performance live at DC’s Union Stage. That’s Jacob Luttrell kicking out the soulful lead vocals and keys.

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