Can you tell me how to get to Sesame Street? It’s a question we’ve all asked, well… sung. While the song’s lyrics don’t ever actually answer the question asked within, it still leaves us with a warm happy feeling. The optimistic upbeat tune that opens Jim Henson’s immortal educational program is burned into the brains of pretty much everyone who’s ever watched the show (as well as a few torturees, but we don’t talk about that.)
With the release of the Nintendo Switch less than two weeks away, YouTuber insaneintherainmusic, felt like it was a great time to pay homage to one of their now classic consoles. That’s right, the Nintendo Wii’s main theme is finally getting the Jazz cover it deserves!
Heading into an election year, we’re probably going to be hearing a lot about our right to bear arms. What we should be hearing about is our right to Bear Hands. Anyway, Bear Hands is an indie-rock band from Brooklyn, and their official music video for “2AM” is one of the cooler concepts for a lyric video that I’ve ever seen.
Previously on DAPS, we introduced you to opera singer turned pop-bombshell, Giselle and he covers of The Black Keys’ “Fever” and Cat Stevens’ “Wild World.” Today we share an original from this intriguing new artist. After a whirlwind year in 2015, which included performing on FX’s Louie, Giselle is ready to introduce the world to her original music.
Today, we’re introducing you to Staten Island rapper Young Lucid, a 19 year old prodigy following in Shaolin’s rich hip-hop tradition like the famed Wu Tang Clan. Last week, Lucid released his the first single from his LP “Lucid Dreams” a catchy, dreamy, track called “She Love It” which features R&B singer Elaine Kristal.
A big surprise after five years, it seems like GC is making a comeback! Your favorite classic, pop punk band, Good Charlotte, has returned with a new single called “Makeshift Love,” a breakup song and we love the nostalgia!
What Would Happen if Hotline Bling was combined with beautiful dancing? Well, that’s what YouTuber, Jake Ensor, wanted to find out. Jake, the genius that he is, combined the stunningly graceful movements of Bob’s Burgers Jimmy Jr.
The second season of Rick and Morty was fantastic. If you’re not watching, you need to. Anyway, one of the highlights of the season was the earth-saving musical number called “Get Schwifty” from the episode also titled “Get Schwifty.”
This episode I’m honored to be talking with singer/songwriter/Simpsons podcaster/A+ human being Allie Goertz.
What happens when an opera singer embraces pop and covers a folk classic? Well, the result is Giselle’s sensual take on Cat Stevens’ “Wild World”