Are you SAX-y?
Are you SAX-y?
Get ready to feel like it’s Sunday morning and you’re eating cereal in your underwear again.
(And also perfect wedding tunes.)
BBC Radio 3 broadcast this arrangement of Justin Bieber’s “Beauty and a Beat” and it is positively enchanting. Now imagine if Nicki Minaj’s verse got the same operatic treatment!
Stop whatever menial, insurmountable task you’re doing right now and watch all five and a half minutes of this. After you’re done, you’ll knock today out of the park. Guaranteed.
The WDR Symphony Orchestra organized a flash mob fit for nerds at the Wallraf Square in Cologne, Germany.
The most epic rendition of this year’s instant-classic yet!
There has never been an orchestra worse than this. Never. And hey, if you run an orchestra this bad, maybe you shouldn’t have them play one of the most recognizable pieces of music in film history. People know what the opening of 2001: A Space Odyssey is supposed to sound like. (Thanks Max!) Watch Video ›
Metropole Orkest’s latest project features a full orchestra and a twenty piece choir performing contemporary orchestral versions of the legendary Basement Jaxx back catalogue. The results are pretty awesome. View List ›
Even if you aren’t into dubstep, this is a must see. The BBC Philharmonic teamed up with dubstep/drum and bass producers Nero for this genre-defying performance. Skip ahead to the 15:50 mark for the big finish! Watch Video ›
The Internet Animal Orchestra is an auto-tuned medley of some of the funniest animal videos on Youtube. As we know the folks at Rathergood have excellent taste, they of course included plenty of tortoise footage. Watch Video ›
A Flash game in which one plays the glock with the cock. The nudist musician retreat is just months away, so why not brush up?