Quirky music videos

I like quirky, odd music videos, alongside the well-made, polished commercial stuff. My latest favorites from YouTube are enclosed below.

The Kooks have some pretty good music. Here they cover Gnarls Barkley’s “Crazy”:

This Japanese group put together a stop-motion animation video set to something that could be called music:

Luray Caverns, in Virginia, has a man-made wonder: the Great Stalacpipe Organ. It’s made of little hammers that strike stalactites of various dimensions, producing musical sounds. I heard it in person, and it sounds pretty eerie in that big, dark cave.

Don’t know if these fellows are real policemen, but the song and video are pretty funny. Perhaps it’s because I can’t understand a single word:

Have you ever heard Bolero played on a single instrument? No? Then have a peek at this:

A talented flute player by the name of Greg Patillo put together some unique interpretations of popular theme songs: