Lately, I haven’t been able to get My Hero, Zero out of my head. The classic Schoolhouse Rock song helped us learn that instead of counting on our fingers and toes we could use the power of 10 to change math completely. Forty-three years later, Schoolhouse Rock still manages to teach, keep our toes a tapping, and gives us a nexus for pop culture. With 64 3-minute segments, Schoolhouse Rock may be one of the best educational tools we’ve ever had., but I wonder if we have anything like Schoolhouse Rock today?
It’s time for your superhero movie to find a composer, and everything points to something completely different. Queen proved you could make an awesome soundtrack, and there are a few other band who are looking for work. VOTE!
Here is a LEGO set everyone should grab – The Beatles Yellow Submarine featuring minifigure versions of John, Paul, George, and Ringo.
The Doubleclicks debuted their new music video this morning, and it is pretty intense. “Sometimes bad things happen. Friends can help. It’s a serious song about triggers that remind someone of an abusive relationship, and processing, and therapy to deal with that.”
[Music] Hasbro releases My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Legends of Everfree soundtrack ahead of Netflix premiere
Hasbro Studios announced the digital release of the official My Little Pony: Legend of Everfree soundtrack.
Since 2013, the musical group Critical Hit (not to be confused with the Critical Hit podcast, that has been around since 2009), has been traveling the country bringing their love for video game music to fans around the world. Just how good are they? Check out this rendition of Bowser’s Castle. Wouldn’t it be really weird/cool for Critical Hit to compose a Critical Hit theme song? If only I knew people who worked at Blizzard Entertainment…
If you like to listen to music while you read your comics, you may want to check out the upcoming The Music of DC Comics: Volume 2, featuring music from some of your favorite DC movies, television and radio shows.
Prince was a genius when it came to shaping the way we listened to and experience music, and he was no stranger to covering different genres and songs in his live performances. As we wrap up the week, check out Prince from his 2008 Coachella performance where he covers Radiohead’s Creep.
The music featured on the Friday Sing-Along doesn’t always have to be pop culture related. Sometimes it can just be bizarre and beautiful at the same time. Postmodern Jukebox’s take on Royals is a perfect example of this, as a very sad clown breaks it out and surprises everyone.