Entries Tagged as 'music'

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018

Watch the Excellent Utah Saints ‘Something Good’ Music Video

Back in 1992 British electronic musicians Utah Saints released their song ‘Something Good’ but it wasn’t until 2008 that it got this excellent music video courtesy of a remix. The original 1992 track was based around a sampled Kate Bush lyric from her song ‘Cloudbusting’ off her 1985 album Hounds of Love.

Thursday, March 22nd, 2018

The Strangest Version of the Thomas The Tank Engine Theme You’ll Ever Hear

Yes, this is most definitely that weird part of YouTube, the part where someone uses the Source Filmmaker to create a bizarre animation for the strangest version of the Thomas The Tank Engine theme song you’ll ever hear, complete with jittering video game characters and smiling policeman. It’s also oddly addictive and you’ll want to [...]

Tuesday, March 20th, 2018

Awesome Music Video Brings Your Favorite Album Covers to Life

The name Roy Kafri probably means nothing to you but after you watch the video for his song Mayokero, you’ll know him as that guy who had that really awesome music video which featured popular album covers brought to life. Using classic and iconic covers, from David Bowie to Michael Jackson and Bob Dylan, director [...]

Tuesday, March 13th, 2018

Reggie Watts: Humor in Music

Reggie ‘Wait?’ Watts is a master of music-infused comedy and if you need proof then just take a watch of this video featuring him wowing the PopTech audience with his mastery and his scratching skills. He’s the sort of comedian you could watch and listen to until your mind collapses from old age or your [...]

Monday, March 12th, 2018

You Don’t Have to be Religious to Enjoy this Harmony Sung at a Bar Mitzvah

Whatever your attitudes are towards religion you can’t deny that it has some great melodies. Proof of that is this Shira choir singing at a Bar Mitzvah in Williamsburg, New York which is wonderfully rhythmic and the perfect music to let you escape the stresses of the day.

Thursday, March 8th, 2018

The Life Of A Geriatric is Rapped in this Amusing Song

It’s often said that although we all get old, you get to a certain age and you stay that age in your mind—so even when you become an octogenarian you still think you’re 35. YouTuber Offkey Steve raps about that paradox in his comedic song ‘The Life of a Geriatric Rap’ where we see an [...]

Wednesday, March 7th, 2018

The Pixies’ ‘Where Is My Mind’ Covered by Howling Dogs and Other Animals

If you’re a fan of The Pixies rather excellent track ‘Where Is My Mind’ which is the song that plays out Fight Club if you didn’t know, then you’re going to very much enjoy this video. It features a bunch of howling dogs and screeching cats recut to sound like they’re all singing along to [...]

Thursday, March 1st, 2018

Bizarre Music Video Gets Meta as Director Inserts Himself into the Story

This music video is very meta indeed. It’s directed by Keith Schofield for musicians Stylo G and Jacob Plant. It starts off with a weird premise, a world where people who have no legs sees a bunch of guys chasing a pair of women’s legs—it’s then revealed that this is in fact just a [...]

Thursday, February 22nd, 2018

Binkbeats Performs a Very Unusual Cover of Aphex Twin’s “Windowlicker”

Now this isn’t just your standard cover track, that’s not how Binkbeats works. Hailing from the Netherlands he covers electronic artists like Amon Tobin and Flying Lotus with the performance all achieved in one long take. This cover of Aphex Twin’s “Windowlicker” is unmistakably the same song, but it’s also a little different too.

Tuesday, February 13th, 2018

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.

Monday, February 12th, 2018

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 [...]