It’s hard not to think of this song without thinking of its iconic bass riff.
So, most of these deal with love and whatever, but metaphorically, they’re space jams!!!
Just try to imagine a world in which “…Baby One More Time” is a TLC song.
Plus a supercut of Vince Vaughn whining, China’s first generation of stand-up comics, and the woman who says a hawk is stalking her chihuahua.
This vocals-only audio of the classic Hot Space tune is mind-blowing.
You’ll never see this movie the same way ever again. Mind = blown.
You might know him as the leader of Chic, or the guy playing guitar on Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky,” but he’s responsible for a lot more of your favorite tunes.
The day we figure out how to print these at the size of vinyl records is the day we level up as a species.
In 1981, the show’s biggest musical mistake was hosting an obscure L.A. punk band who caused a riot in the studio. In 2004, it was allowing Ashlee Simpson to lip-synch. Here’s a look at everything else that’s changed over the years.
The Twitter-savvy astronaut, who returns home from the ISS today, saves the best for last, by making the first ever music video in space.
Get ready for a LOT of creepy Catholic iconography in the clip for “The Next Day.”
Inspired by this wonderful Dangerous Minds post, we seek to make a definitive list. Ah, the 1970s.
Can I be young again now, please?
Plus a bizarrely funny supercut of Robert De Niro crying, a new use for Tetris, and the 10 most ridiculous anti-drug PSAs of the 80s and 90s.
Famous lyrics, taken literally.
Like, did you know Rashida Jones sings on a bunch of Maroon 5 tunes?
You love the games, you love the songs. It’s like peanut butter and jelly for your other senses.
The glamor is almost too much to bear.
It is an undeniable truth that people were better at dancing in the ’70s.
The glam icon stares down death on The Next Day, his best record in 30 years.
Imitation is flattery, or something like that. Or influence? That’s the nice word for it.
They play husband and wife in the amazing video for his new song, “The Stars (Are Out Tonight).”
Nooooooo, you guys! Don’t do this! Think of the children!!
“My real name is David Jones and I don’t have to tell you why I changed it.”
Catch up on the month’s best songs, albums, and moments with new music by Justin Timberlake, David Bowie, Tegan and Sara, A$AP Rocky, and more.
The clamor over the surprise announcement — on his 66th birthday — of David Bowie’s first new album in 10 years offers a valuable lesson for our current era of breathless 24/7 celebrity: you actually have to be gone for a while in order for people to legitimately miss you.
It doesn’t take much work to customize the sleeve of his new album The Next Day, since it’s pretty much the laziest cover in the history of music. Or the most clever?
Everyone from Adrian Tomine to the singer of TV on the Radio has paid tribute to the icon in Sean T. Collins’ Thin White Sketchbook.