Watch: Madonna’s Material Girl Get’s a Remake in the Mold of 1920’s Swing

Post Modern Jukebox is one of those bands that forces us to look and listen a bit differently than we’re accustomed to. They rearrange the works of modern pop musicians into the musical stylings of past eras. Below you’ll find a blind tiger look at the 1980’s most popular material girl.

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Great Performance: First Hand Navy Flying

Ever wondered what it was like to fly in a Navy jet? How about flying in a jet 10 feet from three other jets going really fast? Use the video below to augment your imagination, and don’t hesitate to grab the screen, you can actually rotate the view around to change the perspective. //

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Great Performance: Four Musicians, One Instrument

What do you get when you put four musicians in a room with one cello? The cool thing about music is you’d probably get a something different each time. But in this case, the outcome is particularly impressive. Check out the Wiener Cello Ensemble in this great performance.

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Listen: The Cremation of Sam McGee

The epic arctic poem by Robert W. Service is also the feature of this week’s quote. Here it is as read by the late Johnny Cash.

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Great Performance: “We Are the Champions”

  What would happen if you mashed up audio of several live Queen performances and pulled out all the instrumentation and crowd noise? You’d get an acapella version of We are the Champions sung by Freddy Mercury with a few added harmonies. ¬†And when you listened, you’d be impressed.

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Great Performance: Bence Peter Covers Michael Jackson’s ‘Bad’ on Piano

  From our ‘On the Internet’ category a very impressive performance. There’s not much to say about this other than you’ll witness talented piano player cover a classic pop song and you won’t regret watching it.  

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The Farm

As the darkest days of winter approach, it’s helpful to have a little reminder of the cyclical nature of this whole process. This isn’t news, it’s art. It’s inspired from Ohio, but it could just as easily reflect North Dakota. It’s poetry set to video and it’s worth watching. For more on the video, check

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Great Performance: Hey There Delilah – Vintage 1918 “World’s Fair” Style

Rewind a hundred years and give Hey There Delilah by the Plain White T’s a listen as reinterpreted for the period by Post Modern Jukebox.  

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