Here’s violinist Eleanor Bartsch warming up for a performance of Bach Concerto for Two Violins with the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra at the Circus World Museum in Baraboo, WI. The Circus World Museum is exactly what it sounds like. A giant circus museum, but with live performances and so forth. Until today, we did not know… Continue reading These Elephants Dig Bach
They’re literal interpretations of rock band names in icon form and they’re done by design studio Tata&Friends. That’s a pretty dumb name for a design studio, but these icon sets are pretty cool nonetheless. Although they suck as a band, The Sex Pistols have the funniest icon. Yeah, I said it. The Sex Pistols suck.… Continue reading Tata&Friends’ Rock Band Icons
Yup. That’s Lionel Richie’s head in chocolate form. Are you frightened? I sure as hell am. Even better, you can buy this thing. It costs $839.89 in whatever sort of money they use in the UK. I love the bullet-pointed description of this concoction. Check it out. Feast upon the gorgeous moustached face of a soul… Continue reading Lionel Richie’s Chocolate Head Should Effectively Frighten You
These photos of a 17-year-old Prince were taken by photographer Robert Whitman. They’re part of an exhibit at Mr. Musichead Gallery in Hollywood that opens next week. The photos were taken in 1977 for a press kit designed by music producers Owen Husney and Gary Levenson to pitch Prince to record companies. Only 15 of the press… Continue reading Prince at 17, Sporting a Huge Afro
I know next to nothing about where these come from, but they are some pretty iconic album covers designed out of LEGOs. If you like these, you can see more here.
Here’s beatboxer iLLyNoiZe teaching his one-year-old niece how to do it. The results? Awesome.
What does Jay-Z think of his own work? Now you know. This is HOV’s ranking of his own albums. Personally, I like The Black Album, but everyone else seems to agree Reasonable Doubt is a classic. Shot by Elliot Wilson.
Richard Simmons has a new single and the music video is a doozy! Even though it looks like some kind of mind control video. – Via Daily Of The Day.
This video is probably a great statement against what passes for music entertainment nowadays. It’s no longer about just talent anymore. – Via Blame It On The Voices.
Played differently, Daft Punk’s “Harder Better Faster Stronger” sounded more mellower. Maybe because Kanye West doesn’t sing in this rendition. – Via Meta Filter.