Apparently drones are the future, but they still can't overcome a confetti cannon.
Charity singles and benefit concerts regularly find more success in the UK than anywhere else.
The short-lived success and decline of England’s prog rock heroes.
Here's a creepily human-looking Donald Duck playing Herbie Hancock's "Cantaloupe Island" on the recorder. Why? Because jazz is "habbening," that's why.
Who wants to stroll down the Seine and eat a baguette with us?
Usually when the public is watching bodycam footage from a police officer, it's because something bad happened. This is the opposite of that.
Given only the instrumentation of The Roots (and no lyrics), Pharrell and Fallon try to guess popular song titles.
This proves that Toto's biggest hit is more than just a CVS Pharmacy radio staple. It's a nearly perfect song and you can't convince us otherwise.
Why is Trent Reznor playing at a little bar in rural Washington? Why are they introduced as "The Nine Inch Nails?" Why did David Lynch basically drop a music video in the middle of a television episode? The answer to all of these questions is: Because.
"The Trooper" isn't just the name of the song this Dallas-area saxophonist is playing. After this blazing hot performance, it's also his new nickname.
Watching a song famous for being one of the hardest to ever appear in a "Guitar Hero" game get absolutely shredded on an IRL bass? Well that just makes life's uneven distribution of talent seem woefully unfair.
The locomotive chug-a-lug rhythm of this classic theme song is just a perfect fit for Paweł Zadrożniak's Floppotron. Let's just hope these singing computer parts aren't coal-powered.
The story of Nicholas McCarthy, a concert pianist born without a right hand, is one that is downright inspiring.
What do you do with the third outing for a bunch of a capella-singing misfits? Take them out of college and add some explosions, apparently.
Cardi B engineered Instagram fame into reality TV stardom into a poppin' rap career. Now she’s learning to juggle everything that comes with it.
What do Radiohead's previously unreleased songs tell us about the band they could have been?
Fifty years ago, everyone wanted to be a guitar god. But in the past decade, electric guitar sales have plummeted, from about 1.5 million sold annually to just over 1 million.
"Man Of War" is a track taken from Radiohead's forthcoming album "OK NOT OK 1997-2017" coming out June 23rd.
Come with me, if you will, back to 2009: the ninth year of the third millennium and the year Owl City released its hit song "Fireflies."
J-Mac told SPIN that he did not know his song had been included as a Ditty backing track until fans of the app and PewDiePie reached out to tell him about it.
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