Category Archives: Music

Every kind of sound imaginable.

The mighty Sir Tom Jones performs for NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert series yesterday on his 81st birthday.

Tom sings Bob Dylan’s ‘One More Cup of Coffee’, Malvina Reynolds’ folk tune ‘There’s No Hole In My Head’, and composer Bobby Cole’s ‘I’m Getting Old’, which was presented to him at the age of 33 but he only performs now he feels he has sufficient miles on the clock.



A new director’s cut by producer Joel Gallen of Price’s mind-melting guitar solo at the 2004 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony for George Harrison.

In the unlikely event you’ve never seen it – Prince commences to rip about 3 and a half minutes into ‘While My Guitar Gently Weeps’, performed with Harrison’s son Dhani, Tom Petty, Jeff Lynne, and Steve Winwood.

If you have seen it, watch it again for added Princeliness.

Anil Dash shared some extra details about the performance here (including what actually happened to the guitar Prince throws into the air at the end of the set) and a photo (top) of Prince heading unnoticed through the streets of New York for the rehearsal.


A project by artist Reuben Wu in which drones and light painting are used to bring a hypnotic visual rhythm to rugged landscapes.

The project uses a stick of 200 LED lights programmed to shift colour and shape – the artist capturing the results in-camera and through a combination of stills, timelapse, and real-time footage.

Previously: Aeroglyphs