Some of the most exceptional contributions to modern culture were admittedly produced while on too little sleep and too much Internet, and this simple-yet-stellar mashup/sync-up of LCD Soundsystem's "New York, I Love You but You're Bringing Me Down" and Miles Davis' Elevator to the Gallows score is no exception.
Inspired by Kutiman's innovative YouTube video remix project "ThruYou," Wally De Backer — better known to music listeners as Gotye — decided to submit his own contribution to the "mountain of interpretations of" his phenomenally successful hit single "Somebody That I Used to Know" by taking advantage of "the massive remixability that such a large, varied yet connected bundle of source material offered."
A rather incredible sync of former president Bill Clinton's iconic sax performance on the Arsenio Hall Show and French electro-shoegazers M83's "Midnight City" off Hurry Up, We're Dreaming languished in obscurity for an entire month despite being, as one correct individual put it, "the best video on youtube, hands down."
It's easy to dismiss most remakes as useless retreads of the original, but the new Total Recall actually looks like a fun update of the 1990 film. On the other hand, is it really all that different from the first?
A little late for Valentine's Day, GOOD Magazine presents this romantic compilation of some of the best kissing scenes caught on film. Plus, it comes with some interesting facts about the "science of kissing," which is called phlematology!