This is a video from Route 66 east of Albuquerque in New Mexico of a stretch of the road (aka The Singing Road) with a rumble strip that plays ‘America The Beautiful’ if you drive over it at 45MPH (the speed limit). If you drive over at 70MPH? America The
This is a video of singer/songwriter Stefan Murphy performing The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air theme as ‘a tragic Irish pub ballad.’ He does a great job. Did I cry? Do all the Irish drink whiskey for breakfast? “No.” Exactly *slamming Guinness* I AIN’T NO CRYBABY.
This is a video of Rick Astley’s ‘Never Gonna Give You Up’ performed on dual Tesla coils by Franzoli Electronics and ArcAttack. Now I’ve never rickrolled anyone in my life, but my buddy Terry and I used to always try to trick the other into watching this fat cat on
This is a video of Youtuber KWFoxy performing Johnny Cash’s emotion-filled cover of Nine Inch Nails’ ‘Hurt’ on Ellie’s guitar in The Last Of Us Part II. Wow, this whole time I’ve been just trying to not die and other people are out here performing MTV Unplugged concerts. Dammit *deleting
This is Starsounds, an ambient music track created by composer Brian Eno (who, FUN FACT: actually coined and popularized the term ambient music) using the infrasound acoustic waves stars produce, which have been sped up to be heard by human ears. That’s cool. You know what would be even cooler?
This is a video of musician Dylan Tallchief performing A-ha’s classic ‘Take On Me’ with the digital audio workstation he built inside Microsoft Excel. After the song plays he then discusses how the audio workstation works and how he makes songs with it. Honestly, like the ‘You Must Be This
This is a video from the Liceu Opera House in Barcelona, Spain, which recently reopened and held a concert for 2,292 potted plants. That’s, uh, that’s something. I bet the plants are extra happy though because I think I read somewhere that it’s good to play music for your plants.
This is Gotye’s 2012 (has it really been that long?) hit ‘Somebody That I Used To Know’ as arranged and performed as a medieval/bardcore song (complete with lyrics) by Hildegard von Blingin’ and Friar Funk. I don’t know about you, but it makes me want to go to a Renaissance