Filthy Friends cap off this year’s Undercover with a melancholy version of Whitney’s “How Will I Know”

Whitney Houston had earlier attempts at dance-pop than “How Will I Know,” but none of them took hold of the airwaves like the 1985 smash hit did. While the original is uptempo and undeniably danceable, the lyrics could be interpreted as somewhat sad, with Houston potentially pursuing an unrequited love. Filthy Friends…

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Atlas Genius performs a stripped-down cover of Hootie And The Blowfish’s “Only Wanna Be With You”

For some, Hootie And The Blowfish’s “Only Wanna Be With You” conjures up images of the ’90s—backwards baseball caps, a Miami Dolphins team on the decline, and a full-haired Mike Tirico. For many, it’s also the quintessential Hootie And The Blowfish song, headlining the band’s ridiculously popular debut album, Cracked

Cap’n Jazz and Hop Along team up to take on Sonic Youth’s “100%”

Sonic Youth’s sound is instantly recognizable—it’s loud, unconventionally melodic, guitar-driven noise rock—and it’s possibly best exemplified by the band’s highest-charting song, “100%” from its 1992 LP Dirty. Fresh off reunion stints at Riot Fest and FYF Fest, Chicago natives Cap’n Jazz decided to take on the Sonic…

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