Music Videos, Page 2
Marching to the Beat of Their Own Drum
Seven Nation Army's Rise to Football Fame
Seven Nation Army by the White Stripes has one of the most memorable tunes so much so that it's been adopted by the biggest sport in the world, Football. But how did it all start and why this song?
How Audio Illusions Mess With Your Brain
Listen carefully to this mangled music and something might surprise you. But how exactly do audio illusions work and why are human's susceptible to them?
Playing with Your Food Never Sounded so Good
Your parent's might have told you not to play "with" your food but what about actually playing your food? Take a look at how these people turn vegetables into instruments that can actually be played.
Are You Going Deaf from Noise Pollution?
The world we live in is a busy place and with that hustle and bustle comes an endless stream of noise. But just how bad is this noise pollution and could it be harming your hearing?
This is How You Catch Lip Syncing Singers
You pay good money to see your favourite performer on stage singing their hits only to question, are they really singing? So how exactly can you tell if one of today's musician's are singing or just lip syncing?
Karaoke Singers Will Struggle with This Song
If you love Karaoke then this song from Iceland, about Iceland is gonna be on your list of songs to conquer. Taking you through the magical landscapes and unique language this has to be the hardest song to sing in karaoke.
The Philharmonic Turntable Orchestra Scratch a Few Beats Together
When you think DJ's you think raging house music but what about some classics? Well the Philharmonic Turntable Orchestra has just what you need thanks to 30 talented DJ's.
Meet the Japanese Monk Spinning the Sickest Beats
You don't often associate religious leaders with the latest in music but this Japanese monk is a DJ. See how Gyosen Asakura uses his DJ skills to spread the scripture.
Legendary Bagpipe Bungee Jump
Love 'em or hate 'em bagpipe's are here to stay and it doesn't matter how hard you try to get rid of them they keep going. Watch as this guy goes bungee jumping and keeps playing all the way down and back up again.
The Music Figure Skaters Love the Most
At the Winter Olympics you'll hear all sorts of music played when figure skaters hit the ice but how did it all start and what are today's favorite songs? Lets go back in time from the days of live music to today's modern Olympics to learn more.
Making Music on a Furby Organ
This sick twisted man decided to create the perfect soundtrack for a horror movie with the help of some Furbies. Listen as he plays on his homemade Furby organ, it's as bad as it sounds.
Bringing Hip Hop to the Deaf Community
Meet Matt Maxey, having problems all his life with his hearing he taught himself sign language copying his favourite artists. Now he's helping others with hearing issues enjoy the music he loves.
Solresol is the Language of Music
Have you heard of a language made entirely out of music? Take a look at how one Frenchman created Solresol in an attempt to create a universal language using music as it's base.
Playing Music with British Bank Notes
It turns out the new £5 note can be used to listen to music on old school vinyl records. All you have to do is place the tip of the plastic note in the records grooves to hear it play.
Meet the Master of Metal and Classical Music
Back in the 80's Kip Winger and his band Winger were hair metal royalty but those days are over. Now Kip has turned his sights to another passion, classical music.