Because what good is being an alien Disney star if you can’t have a little fun on set, this is a Twitter video posted by one of The Mandalorian directors Robert Rodriguez as he jams out with baby Yoda during a break. “His name is Grogu.” Um, no, I’m pretty
This is a video of Team USA Ice Dancers Oona and Gage Brown performing their 2020-21 Free Dance routine to Metallica’s 1991 banger ‘Nothing Else Matters’ at the Bryant Park’s Winter Village ice rink in New York City. Wow, has it really almost been thirty years since ‘Nothing Else Matters’
This is a video of Japanese Buddhist monk and musician Kossan1108 covering Metallica’s ‘Enter Sandman’ with traditional percussion instruments. He also sings, which I was not expecting. The video is almost ten minutes long, but the song is only the first five. After that is five minutes of Kossan meditating.
This is a timelapse video of an insanely large drumkit being set up at concert venue Turock in Essen, Germany. It’s allegedly the world’s biggest, but Youtuber Dr. Mark Temperato begs to differ. In his own words, which certainly sounded like fighting words to me: It takes 4 drum tech’s
This is a video of flutist Ariana Piknjac and sister/pianist Ella Piknjac performing a lovely rendition of The Simpsons theme on their respective instruments. Delightful, wasn’t it? I felt like I was right there in Springfield, racing to the sofa along with the rest of the family. I’m not though,
This is a video of one-man band, unconvincing unicorn and Tik Tok user aaronpaulsen1 performing all the instrumentation for the intro of Rage Against The Machine’s ‘Killing In The Name Of’. I was skeptical at first, but he did a good job. As good a job as I could have
This is a video of Youtuber and magician musician Johan Carlsberg performing a medieval bardcore cover of AC/DC’s ‘Thuderstruck’, with some accordion thrown in for good measure despite the accordion not being invented until the early 1800’s. Dammit *kicking over medieval armor display* this bardcore isn’t even canon! Now, where’s
This is a video of Artem Mayer of Cooper Guitars constructing a polyester resin electric guitar with the noodles of 36 packs of ramen inside. *playing air guitar* Talk about some tasty jams! Plus if this was your guitar you’d have to worry about going hungry because you could always–