This is a video of musician Gunhild Carling piping out a swing song on the bagpipes in Central Park. Apparently she had asked the audience if they wanted to hear a swing song performed on bagpipes and received an underwhelming response. Thankfully, she performed it anyways AND FACES WERE MELTED.
Because the king demands entertainment and demands it now, this is a video of Algal the Bard performing bardcore covers of Metallica’s ‘The Unforgiven’ and ‘Nothing Else Matters’ with real instruments not just MIDI files. I’m not sure if these songs particularly lend themselves to being performed in a medieval
Inspired by Vinheteiro’s performance of the Soviet anthem with an AK-47, this is a video of Youtuber EasyPianoHacks performing the Star-Spangled Banner with an AR-15 and silenced pistol. And what a day for it to, am I right? How timely. I can practically see the rocket’s red glare and bombs
Dreams take all forms, and in the case of Youtuber Dimas[SFM], it takes the form of artificial intelligence trying to continue to Windows 95 startup sound. In his own words while I do the same thing with the Windows 95 error sound and herald the end of humanity as we
The internet: it will provide. Granted it might not provide anything of value, but its wheels never stop turning. Enter this compilation of autotuned animals by Youtuber Cpt. Autotune. It’s predominately cats and dogs, but several other kinds of animals make appearances as well, including some cows, chickens, hyenas, and
In dream it and you can achieve it news, this is a video of guitar maker Burls Art constructing and playing an infinity mirror electric guitar. The result is pretty impressive, although when I showed it to Thanos he says he still prefers the gauntlet. Could you even imagine playing
Presumably in his infinite down time waiting for the development of Half-Life 3, this is a video of Half-Life’s G-Man performing a shot-for-shot remake of the Talking Heads ‘One In A Lifetime’ music video. The video, which was actually created by Youtuber CoreyLaddo over the course of four months, is
This is a video of pianist Vinheteiro performing the Soviet anthem with the help of an AK-47. And by help I mean detriment, because there’s no way a rifle is as good as a hand at playing piano. Obviously, I’d be lying if I told you I wasn’t half-hoping he