Posts tagged with ‘i heart music

IHC After Dark music head trip: Lindzee “Illusion Blind”

Sometimes they aren’t very subtle about the adult jokes they put in kid shows.

And here’s Weird Al’s “Foil”, based on “Royals” by Lorde

And yeah, I think he’s as good as he ever was.

More Weird Al to get your morning started right: “Word Crimes”

A parody set to the tune of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines”, this is the new anthem for your inner Grammar Nazi.

Whiny Japanese lawmaker set to music

Japanese lawmaker Ryutaro Nonomura cries and bangs his fists about his misappropriation of public funds, now with more wailing guitar solo. 

For Tommy Ramone, the last original member of the band The Ramones who passed away yesterday at 65.

Friday Funk: Charades - Gimme The Funk

Here’s The Charades to give you some funk for your Friday, just in case you need it.

This October, Pink Floyd will be releasing their first new album in 20 years

In October, the world can get some brand new Pink Floyd. The album, titled ‘The Endless River’, is technically a brand new album, but the songs are based on unused material from the 1994 album ‘The Division Bell’, so it does feature Richard Wright. It also is apparently mostly instrumental, which, certainly much of Pink Floyd comes from their beautiful instrumental landscapes, but both Roger Waters and David Gilmour have amazing voices that also contribute to much of the Pink Floyd sound.

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Watch Andre 3000 shred in the first trailer for the Jimi Hendrix biopic ‘Jimi: All Is By My Side’

Could there have been anyone else alive better to play Hendrix? I think not.

Morning musical WTF: Hodgy, Domo Genesis and Tyler the Creator “Rella”

Not the sort of hip-hop music video that would make it past the television censors… ineffably hilarious!

Sunday Metal Madness: Lucan Wolf “Sabbat”

Something witchy this way comes from Lucan Wolf… “Sabbat”.

Yoko Ono’s performance at this year’s Glastonbury Festival was perhaps one of the worst live performances of anything ever

Not sure what the people crowding around to see Yoko Ono were expecting— maybe they had never ever heard any of her work, maybe they thought she’d do Beatles covers. Nope, this is Yoko Ono. Someone, maybe the ghost of John Lennon, needs to seriously have a talk with her and explain that what she does isn’t really what people would call “music”, but to put it as kindly as possible, it’s more like “juvenile noise based performance art that people pay for because she’s the widow of one of the best songwriters ever”.









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