A supreme, yet to be bested example of
cosplay from 2016 featuring the two CGI characters from Dire Straits’ 1985 ‘Money For Nothing’ video.
An extremely pleasing rendition of Johann Pachelbel’s
Canon In D performed by train horns and sundry station sounds collected by Pavel Jirásek.
Luca Stricagnoli performs a multilayered cover of Coolio’s ‘Gangsta’s Paradise’ with a respectful nod to the Stevie Wonder original ‘Pastime Paradise’.
Slim Shady On Guitar
A very wonderful, painterly music video for ‘In the Dark’ by Icelandic dream pop and indietronic band
Vök, directed by Eli.
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An atmospheric monochrome video for
Thom Yorke’s new single by animator Saad Moosajee – a multilayered combination of 3D simulations and stop motion ‘powder texturing’.
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Chicago mashup crew
The Hood Internet continue their nostalgic tune-blendathon with a deftly conflated tribute to fifty hits from 1980.
A very passable homage to Radiohead’s
“Paranoid Android’ by the superbly named Old Dirty Brasstards.
Belgian accordion/cello duo (they’re much better than than that description might suggest) Pierre Fontenelle and Cristian Perciun apply their busy fingers to a spirited medley of Bond themes: from John Barry’s iconic dum-di-di-dum-dum to Adele’s ‘Skyfall’, and Sam Smith’s ‘Writing’s on the Wall’.
An impressive cover of Echo And The Bunnymen’s 1984 anthem performed on traditional Korean gayageum by deft-fingered musician Luna Lee.
Previously: People Are Strange (On Gayageum)
A tribute to the tunes of 1979 by Chicago mashup crew The Hood Internet: 50 classics deftly interweaved in a three minute mix.