Electric Six covering Queen’s “Radio Ga-Ga”.
Is this offensive to Freddie Mercury? I gave it a lot of thought, and in the end decided Mr. Mercury probably would have gotten a kick out of it. In support of this position, let me present Exhibit A.
Clearly, Freddie didn’t take himself too seriously.
As performed by the cello trio Melo-M, with the Symphonic orchestra of Liepaja.
A marvelous piece of animation. Moody, sonorous, and visually striking.
Narrated by Nick Cave.
The Cat Piano from PRA on Vimeo.
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Still trying to get some attention for the Winnipeg band “Broken Halo”. Here’s one of their tracks from their eponymous album:
Check ‘em out. Give ‘em some love.
A video for “Hibi no Neiro” (Tone of Everyday) by the group Sour. It’s interesting how in this day and age of fancy digital effects, we can still be so impressed by the beauty of a cooperative effort.
via Miss Cellania
An impressive a capella rendition of Toto’s “Africa”, beginning with a thunderstorm.