Entries Tagged as 'music'

Wednesday, December 7th, 2016

Guy Performs Hilarious Festive Lip-Sync Medley Sat in a Car with His Unimpressed Mom

Motoki Maxted is back with his car riding lip syncing, which is made all the more hilarious because he does it sat next to his stony-faced mom who is seriously unimpressed. This is a special festive version and follows on from his viral dance and lip sync routines to pop hits which he did earlier [...]

Wednesday, December 7th, 2016

‘Literal Bohemian Rhapsody’ Turns Queen’s Hit into a Crime Drama

The guys from YouTube channel Corridor, who specialize in FX-laden videos, have taken the lyrics from Queen’s classic song ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ and somehow spun it into a short film. It’s basically a crime dram, but one that’s very tongue-in-cheek and a very literal reenactment of the song’s lyrics.

Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

DJ Earworm Delivers His United State of Pop 2016 Mashup

You know the end of the year is on its way when DJ Earworm delivers his annual mashup of the year’s pop hits—if you missed the year’s most popular tracks, either because you’re too old or you live in a cave, this highly listenable four minute compilation will make sure you’re up to speed without [...]

Friday, December 2nd, 2016

The Controversial Rise of Blackpool Grime

When you think of grime music you usually associate it with London, but that doesn’t mean to say that’s all there is to it. In this 30 minute documentary from Noisey they look at the emergence of the grime scene in Blackpool, the seaside town in the north of England. But rather than black [...]

Wednesday, November 30th, 2016

Elderly Japanese Ladies Dancing to Bruno Mars

As a testament to the power of a Bruno Mars song, the melody of his latest track ‘24K Magic’ is so potent that it’s even inspired some elderly Japanese women to put on their kimonos and bust some shapes. Aged 61, 59 and 56, the three women show that age is just a number as [...]

Wednesday, November 30th, 2016

A Multi-instrumentalist On the Acoustics of PVC Pipes

Nicolas Bras is a multi-instrumentalist who shows in this video that you don’t necessarily need expensive musical instruments to create incredible sounds. Bras explores the sounds and musical possibilities that can be created from raw materials, diverted objects, and recycled materials.

Saturday, November 26th, 2016

OK Go’s ‘The One Moment’ is a Blink and You’ll Miss it Music Video

They may make mediocre music, but OK Go’s music videos are spectacular—their latest one called ‘The One Moment’ follows in this tradition but is all over in just 4.2 seconds. So it has to be watched in super slow mo to, not only allow a song to actually accompany it, but also to see what [...]

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016

Sing Along as Loud as You Can to Reggie Watts’ ‘F*ck Sh*t Stack’

Reggie Watts’ ‘F*ck Shit Stack’ might be six years old but it’s still as badass as ever, and it’s still stands as an acute parody of modern rap music. Calling out the tired cliches that are still associated with rap music and making a highly listenable and enjoyable song out of it too, without making [...]

Friday, November 18th, 2016

Metallica Perform ‘Enter Sandman’ With Classroom Instruments

Metallica recently appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and they joined the host along with his in-house band The Roots for a very unique version of their classic track ‘Enter Sandman’—it was unique because they use kids’ instruments to perform it, the kind you might find in a grade-school classroom.

Wednesday, November 9th, 2016

Gorillaz’s ‘Feel Good Inc.’ Covered by Gabe the Dog and Various Memes

The Gorillaz’s track ‘Feel Good Inc.’ is no doubt a favorite among many fans of the fictitious band, and while this cover doesn’t necessarily improve upon it, it certainly does it justice. Because behold, here is ‘Feel Good Inc.’ as covered by Gabe the barking dog and a host of other memes, all edited together [...]

Friday, November 4th, 2016

Watch the Original Version of LA Hardcore Punk Doc ‘The Slog Movie’

It’s been described as a film version of a fanzine and here it’s presented in its original Super-8 version as it documents the early 1980s Los Angeles hardcore punk scene. The film was shot over about a year and captures some historical So Cal punk moments, including Henry Rollins’ first show with Black Flag, West [...]

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016

How To Play Stevie Wonder’s ‘Superstition’—a Piano Tutorial

Stevie Wonder’s 1972 song ‘Superstition’ is one of the funkiest songs that there ever was—and to be able to play it on the piano would raise your appeal as a human being infinitely. Many people can’t even play the piano though, but for those that do, take a look at this tutorial and see if [...]