This is Oxford University sociology graduate student Sarah Brand’s ‘Red Dress’, a song she wrote and performs along with an accompanying music video she also directed, produced, choreographed, and edited. It’s, uh, it’s a banger. I mean provided you believe everyone with the courage to sing karaoke deserves a record
This is a side-by-side comparison of the music videos for Michael Jackson’s ‘Beat It’ and Weird Al Yankovich’s ‘Eat It’. Unsurprisingly, the ‘Eat It’ video is nearly identical shot-for-shot. You know, because that was the goal. I assume it was either this or footage from someone who swallowed a camera,
This is the music video for Paul McCartney’s new collaboration with Beck ‘Find My Way’, featuring Beck deepfaked as a dancing “de-aged” McCartney throughout the video. It’s all fine enough. Would I write home about it? Who writes home anymore? What is this, the 1800’s? I just text my parents
this is the music video for Canadian rock band Suuns’ song ‘C-Thru’, which is entirely rendered in moving Magic Eye autostereogram form. For those of you who want to watch it but never had much luck seeing Magic Eye pictures, my best advice to you is to focus on an
This is ‘You Had To Be There’, a five minute clip from the MTV Vault Youtube channel featuring footage from the 1985 Video Music Awards after party. Despite the title of the clip, I’m not sure you actually had to be there to feel like you were, because my desk
Because ruining things is how some people get their kicks, this is another music video edit from Youtuber There I Ruined It (previously), this time giving Eminem’s ‘Without Me’ (aka two trailer park girls go round the outside) the bluegrass treatment. Is it actually ruined? That’s for you to decide.
Presumably to celebrate the government admitting that it’s known for quite some time that aliens are among us (and not to commemorate Star Wars Day earlier this month), this is a video of the U.S. Army band performing The Mandalorian theme (complete with specially split masks for musicians playing wind
Because the internet never stops churning out solid gold/super mushy turds, this is another musical mashup from Youtuber There I Ruined It (previously), this time featuring a slow speed mashup of Sir Mix-A-Lot’s posterior classic ‘Baby Got Back’ and a Bach orchestral piece conducted by Leonard Bernstein. What’s next, ‘SexyBach’