Japanese pianist Yoshiki faces off against a holographic version of himself in a piano battle for the ages.
Reggie Watts is a star in so many fields — comedy, music, funny voices — but who knew teaching science to high school students (in the '70s, apparently?) would be one of them? So take a few to minutes learn with these kids about the wonders of single-celled organisms, protons, dimensional space, and day drinking.
LCD Soundsystem broke up last year. But not before going on a five day concert bender, with one final, enormous show at Madison Square Garden. Shut Up and Play the Hits chronicles those final days.
If you've never seen Reggie Watts perform, head to YouTube first, and then check his website to see where he's playing next. His act is part comedy, part music, almost all of it is completely improvised, and it's absolutely amazing—funny and beautiful all at once. He opened for Conan O'Brien on his U.S. tour, and…