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
Because nothing quite says gangster’s dreamworld like a resonant transformer producing high-voltage, low-current, high-frequency alternating-current electricity, this is a video of Coolio’s 1995 banger ‘Gangsta’s Paradise’ performed by a trio of Tesla Coils. Damn, that came out in 1995? Feels like it was just yesterday, doesn’t it? “Not at all.”
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 a multitrack video of musician Luna Lee (previously) performing Johnny Cash’s iconic ‘Ring Of Fire’ on a traditional Korean gayageum. Like all of Luna’s covers, it’s a good listen. Me? I’m a terrible listener, which might explain why I didn’t notice when my girlfriend said she’s leaving. The
Because the internet just won’t stop spinning (like a ballerina music box when you’re trying to hide from zombies), this is another song reimagined by Youtuber There I Ruined It (previously), this time Drowning Pool’s ‘Bodies’ as a children’s song, a la Kidz Bop. It’s uh, it’s not very good.
The Hyundai Motor Group just acquired a controlling 80% stake in Boston Dynamics to the tune of around $900-million. And to celebrate that acquisition, this is a video of seven Boston Dynamics Spot quadruped robots dancing to ‘IONIC: I’m On It’, a music collaboration between the South Korean auto manufacturer