Because Youtuber There I Ruined It (previously) won’t stop until it has indeed all been ruined, this is a cover of The Rolling Stones’ 1965 classic ‘(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction’ in the style of a ragtime song. I feel like it’s the sort of song that, had it been
The Beatles: some people love them, some people hate them, and some people are indifferent to their music. Me? I’ve never heard of them until now. But Youtuber Broccaloo has used OpenAI’s Jukebox, a “neural net that generates music, including rudimentary singing, as raw audio in a variety of genres
Dave Brubeck Quartet’s ‘Take Five’ is easily one of the most recognizable jazz standards ever recorded. Contrary to popular believe, the song was actually composed by quartet saxophonist/long time Brubeck collaborator/boozehound Paul Desmond, and became the first jazz single to sell over a million copies. And this is a video
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 video of Polish composer Karol Szymanowski’s Etude in B-flat minor for piano being performed instead on glass harp by Anna and Arkadiusz Szafraniec and theremin by Grégoire Blanc. It’s got a real other-worldly sound to it, like the sort of thing you’d expect to hear when being
Because the Lord works in mysterious ways, this is a video of guitarist André Atunes (sweet last name for a musician) turning televangelist Kenneth Copeland’s very spirited execution of judgement on COVID-19 and its banishment from the US into a surprisingly good heavy metal song. You may recall that Copeland,
In it’s all gibberish to me news, this is a video created by Diego Rivas trying to highlight how English, Spanish, and French sound to people who don’t speak them. I feel like he was also able to capture some of the language in his facial expressions. But is it
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