A pleasingly groovy cover of “You’re The One That I Want’ from Grease by vocalists Antwaun Stanley, Therese Curatolo and collaborative funksters Scary Pockets.
Theramin wunderkind Carolina Eyck showcases her impressive gestural skills with a rendition of Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov’s notoriously challenging ‘Flight Of The Bumblebee’.
A perfectly synched bluegrass cover of Michael Jackson’s ‘Bad’ by incongruous genre remixer There I Ruined It.
And if you liked that, you might also care for this swing cover of Nirvana’s ‘Come As You Are’.
Radiohead’s ‘Creep’, Dolly Parton’s ‘Jolene’ and ‘Paint It Black’ by The Rolling Stones, ‘medieval-ised’ by practitioners of a musical genre known as ‘bardcore’.
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A stirring nine-overlay cover of The Cranberries’ ‘Linger’ by cellist Helen Newby.
A buzzy cover of the world’s most covered song, performed by the nice man at Franzoli Electronics on a pair of Tesla coils.
Boy, that’s some nicely modulated effective break rate though.
A chooka-train to be precise.
Quentin Smirhes’ scooty-bum lip-synch to The King Singers’ 1975 a capella cover of Albert Hammond and Mike Hazlewood’s ‘I’m A Train’.
This is a thing you will have watched today.
Musician Dan Duboque cranks out a very impressive al fresco slide guitar cover of Rage Against The Machine’s ‘Killing In The Name’.