The Super Mario Bros. theme is the gold standard for gaming music covers. From jazz to classical to rock, it has appeared in almost every form under the sun. But finger snapping? That's next level.
The iconic carnivorous piranha plants from the Super Mario games can be enticing, but I'm sure no one will approach the garden where this giant, six-foot-tall, fire-breathing replica stands.
It used to be that apprentice musicians and composers would have no choice but to labor through The Well-Tempered Clavier and attend stuffy conservatories. Well, that's still true, for the most part. But it's hard to keep new blood out of even the most ancient art forms, as contemporary classical composer Nico Muhly…
Am I the only one looking at this with an OCD urge to rip back the controller and go hit the first coinbox? Come on, this is World 1-1. And it's painted on a concrete wall, although Mr. Juandrful over at Kezins doesn't say exactly where.