Girl on her bed with a microphone will blow you away with her Michael Jackson cover

September 6, 2014 | 1 comment

Earlier this week, we saw the wonderfully bizarre new video from singer, songwriter, and beatboxer Kawehi. Here she is a couple years ago performing an impressive multi-part Michael Jackson cover in a single take with just a mic and a looping machine…

Never has a baby rocked a bottle of milk so freaking hard. Just look at her…

September 3, 2014 | No comments

Even metalheads get soft when it comes to their little babies. A few months ago the lead singer of Grollschwert, a Japanese death metal band, had a little girl. Of course, he is sharing pictures of her on Twitter

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And while he usually tries to seem edgy and mysterious like this…

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…you can see right through him to his sensitive side in pictures like this…

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Jimmy Fallon vs. Adam Levine in awesome musical impressions battle. Guess who wins…

September 3, 2014 | 1 comment

When they’re given a random artist to impersonate with a random song, Jimmy Fallon and Adam Levine each have to come up with an impression on the spot.

Given the incredible talent between the two of them, you know they won’t disappoint, but you may be surprised at which one has the better impressions…

This Linkin Park cover has something for everyone…even fans of Enya or Sinatra

September 2, 2014 | No comments

With his outstanding voice, wide vocal range, and incredible impressions, Anthony Vincent delivers an amazing rendition of Linkin Park’s hit “In the End” in the styles of 20 widely varying famous musicians…

Previously… Very versatile singer performs Katy Perry’s “Dark Horse” in 20 different styles

Singer performs with disembodied heads in cardboard boxes…and it’s awesome, not creepy

September 2, 2014 | No comments

Independent singer, songwriter, and beatboxer Kawehi has just released the video for her new song “Anthem.” To say it is creative is an understatement.

And don’t worry, it’s not nearly as sinister or disturbing as it sounds like it would be…

This 10-second clip is the audio version of the infinitely rising barbershop pole

August 25, 2014 | 1 comment

You can’t always trust what you see, but what you hear is less deceiving, right?

Maybe not.

Named for cognitive scientist Roger Shepard, a Shepard tone has ten sine waves with frequencies that are separated by octaves. When played in a sequence the tones comprise the Shepard scale and produce an effect that is like an audio version of the infinitely rising spiral of a barbershop pole.

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The Shepard scale in this video is just 10 seconds long but when you replay the video, you’ll hear the intriguing and seemingly impossible illusion…

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Related… These astounding audio illusions prove that you can’t trust your ears