Sunn is unusual in the cover-artists on you-tube that we’ve featured so far because she actually uses a piano as her accompaniment. While she is also proficient with the guitar, the piano lends something different to her covers.
Bailey has a wonderfully sweet voice. Her channel is predominantly covers, but we found amongst them this unusual song from her (the daughter) to her father. We enjoyed it so much that we decided to feature her.
Pomplamoose are a couple making music in a style that you’ve probably never heard before. It’s a relaxed style, with a dreamy combination of voice and music. To be honest, there’s no real way to describe this music other than to listen to it.
They do both covers, and their own music, in their own indubitable style.
Some of you may have heard of The Flying Pickets, a group who uses no instruments other than their voices (and the occasional bit of microphone magic). This style of music has always been a favourite of some of our searchers here at Found-It, and it’s no surprise that today we are introducing a group called Pentatonix.
Here is their mash-up of Daft-Punk tunes. Remember, there is no computer here, just voices.
Austin Criswell was someone we stumbled upon accidentally, and we’re very glad we did. Simply listen to his voice, and let yourself be blown away. Here is his cover of “Don’t Stop Beliving”. Truly sit back and enjoy the voice.
Fredde Gredde is a talented musician who came to our attention through doing these rather interesting medleys.
Here he is with a medley that is a rather toungue-in-cheek approach to the games that most of us grew up playing. He’s put lyrics to the theme tunes from those games. Check this out, it’s rather… different.