(via Heywoodbanks)

I was making toast. So of course, this song popped in to my head.

(And yes, he is playing a toaster with a pair of forks an it’s genius.)

Wherever You Are

This is hands down the most beautiful and heartbreaking song. I am in my mid-30s and I cannot get through it even once without tears streaming down my face. Even when I’m not particularly missing anyone.

E.T. & Me

Upon seeing E.T. in the news with the resurrection of some 80s video game cartridges ([x], [x]), this immediately popped into my head, unbidden. So here. Have some 80s chipmunks.

archiemcphee:

What happens when two baroque cellists perform a cover of “Thunderstruck" by AC/DC? They shred. Literally. Keep an eye on their bows as the piece progresses.

This awesome video features Croatian cellists Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser, aka 2Cellos, playing their phenomenal “BaRock style” arrangement of the hard rock classic for a completely bewildered 17th century audience. The concept is wonderful, but the actual performance is astonishing.

[via Geeks are Sexy]

Disney and Pixar Sings Let it Go (by Brian Hull)

Some of these are off, many are perfection. But Scuttle. Oh my god I died.

Might be my new theme song.

Avicii - Wake Me Up (Lyric Video) (by AviciiOfficialVEVO)

Doctor Who Theme

geoffreybeevers:

Doctor Who Themes I Greatly Enjoy - [4/10]
↳ Doctor Who: The Fifth Doctor

My seventh favourite theme song is the verison used for the end of the Fourth Doctor’s run, through the Fifth’s, and into the beginning of the Sixth’s. I like this version because it was the first to break away from the ‘standard’ sounding theme, and, come on, it’s just fucking rad.

E.S. Posthumus - Nara (by ContainNuts .)

Completely obsessed with this song today.

I think I’ve heard it in movie trailers and always wanted more. Now I finally found the ‘more’.

Also, it makes me desperately sad that I cannot dance, because I would choreograph the hell out of this if I had that skill.

(When I say dance in this context I actually mean Dance. The skill and the art. Ballet, modern, interpretive, whatever: performance. On a stage with an audience so that I could share this piece of music and fully express how it makes me feel and the stories it makes me see. As an artist, it is always fore in my mind how it is the connection between artist and audience that brings such expression to life.)