At just 10-years old, Nandi Bushell is already somewhat of an internet rock legend, thanks to her infectiously energetic cover song videos; she's even jammed with Lenny Kravitz. In her newest video, Bushell shows off her multi-instrumentalist skills with the help of a BOSS RC-505 loop station, recreating Joy Division's classic "Love Will Tear Us Apart" instrument-by-instrument.
At the 2019 Glastonbury Festival, Miley Cyrus covered a bunch of songs. Her setlist included a version of her godmother Dolly Parton's "Jolene," NIN's "Head Like a Hole," and Metallica's "Nothing Else Matters" (listen to it below). Now she's just shared that she's been recording a Metallica cover album during the pandemic. Consequence of Sound:… READ THE REST
This cover comes from Lake Saint Daniel, a solo project spun off from the band who brought you that similarly melancholic "All-Star" cover. I personally find this music video to be absolutely horrifying — although I do love the (presumably deliberate) uneasy aesthetic mix of tenderness and creepy-AF costuming. READ THE REST
Despite my love of Smash Mouth memes, the band has been on my shitlist since they held a concert during the pandemic. But I'm willing to ignore that just to indulge in this 6-minute "All Star" cover by Boston "bummer pop" band Future Teens. The track is from their upcoming EP, Sensitive Sessions, which has… READ THE REST
As the final hours on many of these Black Friday deals tick down, you will undoubtedly be struck with the sudden memory of someone who somehow escaped your holiday list up to that moment. Maybe it's the mailman. Or it could be that officemate you haven't seen in-person since March. Or, maybe, it's someone who's… READ THE REST
As if the pandemic didn't punch enough holes in your day-to-day life, it also seriously messed things up for office workers who had finally talked their boss into getting them a standing desk. No sooner than they'd started working it in, they're now working from home – all while that gorgeous standing desk just sits… READ THE REST
The microscope might have been the first smart object, even back in the days before phones and WiFi connectivity ruled our world. Because think about it…is there really anything smarter than a microscope? But, we're now living in such an interesting age that now we've come up with a way to make a microscope a… READ THE REST