Entries Tagged as 'music'

Sunday, December 21st, 2014

Mariah Carey – All I Want For Christmas Is You (Chatroulette Version)

Mariah Carey’s Yuletide classic “All I Want For Christmas Is You” gets a Chatroulette makeover as internet lol-master Steve Kardynal, dressed in a Santa dress and blonde wig, frolics around next to a Christmas tree while miming along to Mariah’s Christmas hit. And of course, the video wouldn’t be complete without the reactions of Chatroulette [...]

Friday, December 19th, 2014

Watch This Bizarre Music Video For Guy Pearce’s ‘Fly All The Way’

It seems Guy Pearce is taking on a singing career to compliment his acting, and this is the music video that goes with his new track ‘Fly All The Way.’ The video is a parody of those crappy commercials you get with morning TV shows that tout crappy products with Pearce playing a bunch of [...]

Thursday, December 11th, 2014

Christeene – “African Mayonnaise”

Meet Christeene, the kind of singer who will haunt your nightmares with his (her?) strange brew of attitude and makeup that looks like it was done in the dark in an aeroplane toilet on a very bumpy flight. And the style of music? Well, it’s all here for you to enjoy as Christeene goes around [...]

Monday, December 8th, 2014

DJ Earworm Mashes Up The Hits of 2014 With Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, And More

Having to listen to a whole Taylor Swift song or Katy Perry track can be a bit of a chore, but when it’s part of a mashup of other songs from the year it can be a whole lot more bearable and easier to digest. Producer DJ Earworm drops his ‘United State Of Pop 2014′ [...]

Sunday, December 7th, 2014

Athena Vs. The LP

The shock! The horror! This 13-year-old digital native is beside herself when her dad shows her an LP for the very first time in her life. She can’t seem to fathom why it’s so huge and why it’s got so little songs on it — well that’s the analog world for you! And don’t even [...]

Monday, December 1st, 2014

BBC Documentary on the Summer Of Rave 1989

Sit down, get comfortable and re-live the summer of rave 1989—or, more likely, live vicariously because chances are you weren’t there but these people were, with their baggy fashion and John Lennon glasses and their heroic intake of narcotics, dancing like a mad Leprechaun who’s found a pot of gold.

Sunday, November 30th, 2014

Pyro Board: Visualizing Music With Fire

The folks over at Fysikshow have upped the game when it comes to using fire to visualize music—taking the Rubens’ tube (google it) and turning it all the way up to 11, they’ve made the Pyro Board which features 2,500 holes to give fire-breathing life to whatever sound they want.

Monday, November 24th, 2014

Music Video Visualizes Sound Using the Power of Science

Cymatics is the science of visualizing sound through its audio vibrations—and New Zealand musician Nigel Stanford uses a variety of experiments to show how it works. For different components of the track Stanford uses different materials to visualise them, so we can a large variety of mesmerizing images.

Tuesday, November 18th, 2014

Here’s Your WTF Chinese Music Video of the Day

Even without the visuals of half-naked men in horse masks and chicken costumes and women dancing behind a giant band-aid, the lyrics to this song are enough to make you sit up and think, WTF? Because they mainly consist of the female singer making cluck-cluck chicken noises.

Wednesday, November 12th, 2014

Taylor Swift Synced With a 1980s Workout Video is Hilariously Perfect

Sometimes things just go together, it’s not that they’re meant go together but somehow, through some weird synchronicity, they just fit so well it’s like the yin has met its yang. And this mashup of Taylor Swift’s track “Shake It Off” with a spandex-clad 1980s aerobics video is one of those times.

Friday, November 7th, 2014

Music Video Made Entirely From Office Stock Footage

On paper it probably sounds like it wouldn’t work, but in reality it works incredibly well—it’s a rap music video made entirely from stock footage of business people in an office, turning around and grinning like Cheshire cats or staring awkwardly at the camera. A little added distortion effects helps matters too.

Wednesday, November 5th, 2014

Watch Flying Lotus’ Very NSFW New Music Video

Make sure the boss isn’t standing behind you when you press play on this video, which is a graphic animation by David Firth for Flying Lotus’ track “Ready Err Not.” In it Mr Lotus gets beheaded while walking about a creepy house, and lots of other spookiness occurs too to gross you out.