The Polyphonic Spree Goes Paramilitary

Now that they’re gone, we feel nostalgic for the robes.Photo: Jennifer Maler/Retna

1. The Polyphonic Spree, “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” (Beatles cover)
Tim DeLaughter and friends celebrate Sgt. Pepper’s 40th anniversary by playing 40 instruments at the same time. [Deaf Indie Elephants]

2. Interpol, “No I in Threesome”
Interpol front man Paul Banks outs himself as a selfless lover and a meticulous speller. [Muzak for Cybernetics]

3. Ween, “Slow Down Boy”
For reasons unknown, Dean and Gene Ween parody Tears for Fears. [The Modern Music]

4. DJ Axel, “Could You Be Pushed, Kicked, and Loved”
Through the magic of mash-up technology, Lupe Fiasco collaborates with Bob Marley. [Some Velvet Blog]

5. Various, Bonnaroo MP3s
Enjoy full sets from last weekend’s festival, with the added benefit of not being surrounded by hippies. [Largehearted Boy]
—Lane Brown

The Polyphonic Spree Goes Paramilitary