Because everybody fantasizes about living in medieval times and being a knight or princess (why do you think Renaissance Faires are so popular? I was born to be a wizard), this is a video of bardcore musician Hildegard von Blingin’ performing a medieval cover of the Rolling Stones’ ‘Paint It
Because who doesn’t like to close their eyes and imagine they live in an alternate reality where 80’s music was popular in the middle ages, this is a medley of 22 different 1980’s jams performed in a 1380’s bardcore style by a computer. Time stamps in case you’re looking for
Heralding a new, medieval era of rickrolling, this is a video of bardcore musician Algal the Bard performing Rick Astley’s ‘Never Gonna Give You Up’ using traditional instruments of medieval times. *throws half-gnawed boar bone at bard, brandishes sword* How dareth thee, thou foul trickst’r!
This is a video of the young knight quested with running the dragon swing attraction at a renaissance faire demonstrating his fearlessness by performing death-defying tricks with the dragon. Namely, not getting beat in the head by a claw and dragged through the mud. Such bravery. Who knows, with skills
Created as part of WIRED’s Game Over(analyzed) series, this is a video of military historian Mike Loades (great name for a military historian) providing an in-depth analysis of the realism of medieval weaponry and armor used in games like Dark Souls, Mordhau, The Witcher 3, For Honor, and Kingdom Come:
This is a 90-minute mixtape of classic/popular hip hop song medleys (unfortunately no rapping) reimagined with medieval style instrumentation by Beedle The Bardcore. Artists include Wu Tang Clan, Eminem, The Notorious B.I.G., Nas, Dr. Dre and Snoop Dog, 2Pac, Outkast and more. Obviously, I plan on looping the mixtape at
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 breathtaking drone fly-through of Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy, France. Stunning, isn’t it? It almost doesn’t even seem real, it feels like part of a video game or televised fantasy series. And maybe that’s really what it is. Oh — no, I’m being told that it actually is