Awesome Songs

Tiny Love

Tiny Love

A soft groove combined with ghostly guitars, vocals and synths on Tiny Love by Amsterdam based Moss accentuates a compelling video that follows MMA fighter Marlos Coenen and all of the moments leading up to a fight.

Size Matters (ÆØÅ)

Size Matters (ÆØÅ)

(NSFW: Language) Norway’s Kollektivet channels FOTC and sings us a song about how bigger is better. Though they can’t come up with many things that are bigger in Norway than we have in America.

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What’s This? A Beer?

What’s This? A Beer?

(NSFW) Using Danny Elfman’s lively tune from The Nightmare Before Christmas was a good call on director Stephen Sotor’s part for this funny parody. It really captured the magic of our first drink.

WTF?! I Wanted an iPhone!!

WTF?! I Wanted an iPhone!!

(NSFW: Language) Oh, kids. They’re so adorbz. Especially when they tweet about how grateful they are for their awesome holiday presents. Or not. And yes, those are actual tweets.

You Can Play a Guitar Like That?

You Can Play a Guitar Like That?

Jon Gomm doesn’t so much shred as make use of interesting guitar techniques to produce his heartfelt songs. They’re still just as fun to watch being played as they are to listen to though.

The Inevitable Auto-Tune

The Inevitable Auto-Tune

We figured it wouldn’t take long before George Lindell, the Reality Hits You Hard Bro dude would get Songified by the Gregory Brothers. The whole world asked for it, so Foom! here you go.

Classic Game Credits

Classic Game Credits

(NSFW: Language) Brentalfloss sings about the unrewarding video game endings from the 80s and 90s. It’s a shame there are curse words in this song, because younger gamers need to see this.

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