Category Archives: Music

Every kind of sound imaginable.

Performers Daniel Gourski and Jonas Appel sample the sounds of an abandoned industrial dock to create every sound you hear.

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A rather pleasing cover of Pink Floyd’s ‘Comfortably Numb’ (1979) by Australian pianist Josh Cohen.

If you like this, you may also care for his nimble-fingered versions of Radiohead’s ‘Daydreaming’ and David Bowie’s ‘Life On Mars‘.

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1970s Saturday morning superhero show Super Friends deftly redubbed with the lyrical stylings of ODB, Method Man, Inspectah Deck, Capadonna, U-God, The RZA, The GZA, Masta Killa, Ghostface Killah, and Raekwon.

By Mylo The Cat.

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Übermixer DJ Earworm’s seamless annual mashup of the year’s biggest US pop tunes.

Previously: United States Of Pop 2017

A cover of Pink Floyd’s ‘Wish You Were Here’ (1975) (with the last verse of ‘Time’ tacked on  the end, performed by the talented Six String Soldiers of the US Army Field Band.

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“Safety Talk” – Given Radebe.

The winner of a recent safety song competition by SNC Lavelin to promote safety in the workplace.

(Thanks Anonymous  Safety Advocate)

Eddy Chen – one half of Australian duo Two Set Violin – performs Pachelbel’s ‘Canon’ on a brace of Yellow Screaming Rubber Chicken Kids Baby Toy Squeak Squeaker Chew Gifts.

Naturally, you enjoyed that.

Now let’s join Eddy as he accompanies his colleague Brett Yang on piano for a rendition of Beethoven’s ‘Für Elise’. 

And now, Erik Satie’s Gymnopédie No.1.

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Freddy Mercury’s callback intro to ‘Hammer To Fall’ at Live Aid sung by his inner prairie dog, courtesy of animator Joe Vevers.

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A very impressive video for the Chemical Brothers’ ‘Free Yourself’ (released in September, their first original track since 2016) shot at Printworks in London and directed by DOM&NIC with effects provided by The Mill.

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Talented 16 year old pianist Yannie Tan performs Franz Liszt’s ‘Hungarian Rhapsody No.2′ (1847), alongside and in perfect sync with Tom the cat’s performance of the same piece in ‘The Cat Concerto’ (1947).

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