Load up the 4×4! And stuff that chill bag with nibbles and wine because it’s time to listen to Adam Buxton incredibly awesome “Festival Song.”
YEAH! So if you’re off to the Inoffensive Electronica Festival with the fam, make sure you give this a listen before heading out that door.
Adam Buxton tells the true and untold story of David Bowie, Brian Eno and Tony Visconti recording “Warszawa” for Bowie’s album ‘Low’.
Told using animation with tongue-in-cheek humor it doesn’t sound like what they’re discussing actually happened, like coming up with ideas using random chance cards, but it did.
It wouldn’t be the end of a year without an Adam Buxton YouTube song—or would it? Who knows? Who cares!
Adam sums up the year perfectly from “a lully royul baybee” to twerking and all that other stuff that happened that we’ve all forgotten about already.
Thinking of watching the third series of this Scandinavian crime thriller? I mean, the first two were so good, right?
Well, save yourself some time which could be spent watching cat videos, by watching this short 1 minute clip instead.
Art isn’t just for all those middle class, Guardian-reading urban city dwelling hipsters. Dear God, no. It’s for everyone, including those people from the the non-urban world, whatever it’s called.
Like this country bumpkin, Country Man, who takes us on a tour of the Tate and explains art to the masses. Or something.
Psychedelic, trippy, Yellow Submarine weirdness is the order of the day in this crazy animation for a song by 60s weirdo Tiny Tim.
Before you go any further make sure you smoke the biggest doobie known to man, that way you’ll appreciate this a whole lot more.
Dougal Wilson provides us with a fitting visual aid to Adam Buxton’s song Party Pom Pom, featuring kids pulling funny faces and Adam dressed as Mario.
It’s pretty ace and it’s also educational, helping children to learn about plumbers. Kinda.
Just because you’re a parent doesn’t mean you should stop listening to the good stuff, like the NWA classic “Fuck the Police”.
But it does mean you might want to change the lyrics a little so they’re kid-friendly. Just follow Adam Buxton’s actions, mute the sound at the right moment and add your own.