talented guitarist Luca Stricagnoli performs a multilayered cover of Coolio’s ‘Gangsta’s Paradise’ with a respectful nod to the Stevie Wonder original ‘Pastime Paradise’.
Previously: Slim Shady On Guitar
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)
Director Jo Roy’s animated video for Meg Myers’ cover of Kate Bush’s ‘Running Up That Hill’ (in which a green-screened Myers was motion-captured into the form of a metamorphosing moth).
The footage was printed off in the form of 3,200+ black and white frames which were then coloured in by 2,100 elementary schoolchildren before being reassembled.
Marnie and Patrick Laird (aka Brooklyn Duo) perform another poignant instrumental cover – this time a very passable cello and piano version of Coldplay’s ‘Yellow’.
Previously: Mad Pair
Robotic band Compressorhead cover Nirvana’s ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ at a concert in Moscow back in 2014.
Previously: Heavy Metal
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A quietly poignant arrangement of Pink Floyd’s Goodbye Blue Sky with lead, rhythm and bass effortlessly combined on harp guitar by the talented Jamie Dupuis.