Man auditions for Joy Division using cat bongos

This video appears to be a – wonderful? disturbing? illegal? – piece of found footage / performance art involving cat drumming, an ironing board and a soundtrack. “Perhaps this was an audition tape sent to Joy Division when Ian died,” notes the Youtube submitter. A commenter adds, “i feel as if i have stumbled upon a lost city of gold.”

OK, on to the disclaimers:

1. DO NOT slap your cats unless you are certain that they are into that kind of thing, and even then don’t do it very hard, seriously guys!!!
2. DO NOT use any animal as a bongo unless everyone knows the safe word.


Cat Slap Joy Division

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Meet Dubstep Cat

What is dubstep? I don’t know, but this cat apparently does. He is really “griming out,” or so I am told.

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A classic revisited – Nora Cat plays the piano

Nora Cat, was it really in 2007 that you brought feline piano playing into our lives? It seems just yesterday. Are you still evolving? Perhaps you have sequenced your own genome by now. Here’s to you, outlier kitty:


“NORA: Practice Makes Purr-fect” – Check the sequel too.

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Nyan Cat – Orchestral Interpretation

Torn between Nyan Cat and orchestra music? You no longer have to choose!

Tip: listen to this at the very same time as this and it’s like you’re at a Hawkwind concert.


Nyan Cat Orchestrate

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Nyan Cat flying through space wearing a Pop Tart – cure for depression?

Um….I’m not real sure what’s going on here, but it’s awesome. I think it’s better that some things in life remain a mystery, especially if they might lead me to 4Chan.

UPDATE: OK, so I Googled. This meme is known as the Nyan and/or Pop Tart cat and you can see the original (I think) version here. Nyan apparently is the Japanese equivalent of the word “meow”. And yes, it’s on a T-shirt. This interpretation features a REAL cat and REAL Pop Tart! Enjoy:


Real life Pop tart cat (Nyan cat)

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