I actually prefer his vocals, but nobody can touch Daft Punk's vocoder action. Original is here.
We had no idea what Alexander Graham Bell sounded like. Until now.
By: SpunOne | Apr 29th, 2013 (5:14 PM)
Metal Barbie, with large amounts of metal awesome.
I can't tell if the commentators knew what they were saying or if they genuinely didn't know. (May be NSFW.)
This is just finger licking looking good.
By: Bubba | Apr 10th, 2013 (12:29 PM) | Thanks: Rogue Porter
Luna Lee rocks out some Jimi Hendrix on the Gayageum, a stringed instrument from Korea.
Exceptional tambourining. Tambourine-ing? Tambouring?
By: Bubba | Mar 31st, 2013 (12:33 PM) | Thanks: pongobongo
Realtime Police Scanner + Downbeat electronic music = Atmospheric, and bizarrely addictive radio station.
Carly Rae Jepsen vs Nine Inch Nails
By: SpunOne | Mar 4th, 2013 (9:53 PM) | Thanks: Capn Prow1er
I laughed so hard it hurt.
By: Bubba | Mar 4th, 2013 (4:01 PM) | Thanks: Miscreant 46 2
Shane Koyczan was bullied a lot when he was a kid. So he took that pain and made this stunning video with the help of some amazingly talented people. It's kind of breathtaking and powerful, just a warning. Also, it has a happy ending.
By: Bubba | Mar 1st, 2013 (9:26 PM) | Thanks: Strange Quark
I dreamed a dream of time gone by...
By: Bubba | Feb 21st, 2013 (9:50 PM)
Indiana University Orchestra performs the Bohemian Rhapsody.
CDZA co-founder Joe Sabia shows us what happens when we translate the lyrics of the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air through every language in Google Translate (64 times), and then taking what remains and translating it BACK into English.
"Losing My Religion" shifted to a major key. It's... pretty neat.
By: Bubba | Feb 5th, 2013 (12:44 PM) | Thanks: rabbiwanna
Kid President wants to have a few words with you. Yes, you.
An awesome (yearly) holiday mix of old funk and soul:
"From the weird to the wonderful, these are not your standard Christmas carols. This edition is called Santa Soul. You'll be treated to holiday soul comps of yesteryear. These are killer Xmas dusties from the '60s and '70s"
Collegehumor makes listening to Nickelback’s insanely overplayed tune bearable with this hilarious jab at Instagram addicts. (Language NSFW.)
Man raps to Chris Brown's "Look At Me Now" in various Family Guy voices.
The Infinite Jukebox chops up any song and calculates possible jumps between segments, creating a playable infinite version of the song.
This particular link goes to "Fresh Prince of Bel Air", but you can upload your own songs, too. Use the "Tune" option for settings.
Impossible duet is about right.
By: SpunOne | Nov 15th, 2012 (9:49 PM)
I recently went to my first Paul and Storm show and got my first live "The Captain’s Wife’s Lament" experience. All of their shows end with this rousing tale of shoring sailors without a place to stay.
By: effeminateSWANK | Sep 17th, 2012 (3:00 PM) | 18+ | Thanks: effeminateSWANK
77 minutes of rap & Disney mashup. I could listen to this all day. Your coworkers probably would disagree.
By: effeminateSWANK | Sep 17th, 2012 (10:00 AM) | 18+ | Thanks: Meddling Kid
I hope a majority of folks dig this song. I know there will be some haters, but I think these guys need more attention. I bought both their albums and there are some amazing tracks on each. Then there's also the fact that I can post what I want. ::sunglasses::
By: Bubba | Sep 11th, 2012 (5:40 PM)
3 years ago Solid Steel DJs Cheeba, Moneyshot and Food had the idea of collaborating on a version of the Beastie Boys Paul's Boutique album made entirely from the original sample sources...
By: SpunOne | Sep 1st, 2012 (11:24 AM)
The bass line really works for me, but I'm not so sure about the rest.
By: SpunOne | Aug 20th, 2012 (7:31 PM)
A reading of a Yahoo question and response on finding your sister/mom attractive.
By: Bubba | Aug 14th, 2012 (12:28 PM) | Thanks: PyroMonkey
Normally, I'm not a big rap fan, but I have to give this guy a LOT of respect. He doesn't pull any punches and tells it like it is. Serious NSFW language, but also a serious message. I can see myself becoming a fan.
By: Bubba | Jul 20th, 2012 (11:05 PM)
Duke Nukem voice actor Jon St. John reads a short passage from the ridiculously popular erotica Fifty Shades of Gray, fondling his shiny silver balls of steel for all to enjoy. (Language may be NSFW.)
Armed with a 1958 Fender Stratocaster, a ’57 reissue tweed Fender Deluxe amp and a tricked-out pedalboard, Chadwick begins with Chet Atkins’ playing on The Chordettes’ 1954 hit, ‘Mr. Sandman’ and goes chronologically all the way to last year’s ‘Cruel’ by indie act St. Vincent.