Once again, MusicRadar has been trawling YouTube and other video sites for the best and most entertaining music clips on the web. We´ve got a great bunch of clips this week, but those with sensitive ears should be warned: this list contains Keytar!
1. Stevie Ray Vaughan plays Lenny live
You´re unlikely to hear more heartfelt blues playing than this.
2. When Michael Stipe had hair. And Peter Buck could ‘dance´
REM are back on form with new album Accelerate. Go back 25 years, and here´s REM´s debut single Radio Free Europe on the David Letterman show.
3. Michael Hedges plays The Beatles
A great cover from the late acoustic virtuoso.
4. Johnny Marr talks guitars
The ex-Smiths legend talks about his ´63 Fender Jaguar, Fender amps and more…
1. Eye Of The Tiger on the Keytar!
The Keytar is apparently enjoying a revival. This should put a swift end to that.
2. Interactive music generation using a webcam
Using a webcam and some software (MaxMSP, reacTIVision and Isadora), this university student creates a system that generates music and visuals based on his movements.
3. Novation Supernova saves a prayer
When the Duran Duran new romantic revival kicks in, synths players be ready!
4. DJs QBert and D-Styles
The Invisibl Skratch Piklz DJs shows off their skills.
5. How Daft Punk made One More Time
It´s easy when you´ve got the right vintage funk records and even simple software.
1. Rock´n´roll drums on a keyboard
What starts out as a mundane demonstration of the drum patch on a keyboard soon descends into all-out drum solo mayhem.
2.Monkey Man with Charlie Watts
The Rolling Stones drummer is a senior citizen, but he's still as sharp as a tack.
3.Chad Smith plays the world´s biggest drum kit
This 308-piece kit set a new world record. We just like his hat.
4. John Bonham playing Moby Dick live
A rare snippet of the legendary Led Zeppelin drummer playing a solo.
5.Bernard ‘Pretty´ Purdie shows off
The world´s most-recorded drummer just might be the coolest too.