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Hipster sisters Lennon and Maisy Stella, famous for their viral butter-dish cover of Robyn/Erato's "Call Your Girlfriend," are back with an acoustic cover of Imogen Heap's "Headlock" -- and, of course, it's perfection.

[lennonandmaisy]

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The Stella sisters have a YouTube channel!

No butter containers to be found on this March cover of Jason Mraz's "I Won't Give Up," but it's not Gotye, and their mini-hipster names -- Lennon and Maisy-- are still awesome.

[lennonandmaisy]

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If you listen to one cover of Gotye's chart-topper "Somebody That I Used To Know" today (other than this one, this one, this one, this one, or this one), make it fun.'s lovely rendition of the song for BBC Radio One, with Paramore's Hayley Williams singing the Kimbra part.

Ironically, all these covers of "Somebody" have elevated the song to the number one spot on the iTunes charts, displacing fun.'s big hit, "We Are Young."

[nme]

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Nottingham-based beatboxer THePETEBOX -- last seen covering The Pixies' "Where Is My Mind?" -- turns out a phenomenal sort-of-cover of Henry Mancini's Pink Panther theme, complete with mouth-trumpet.

The track is called "Panther Dance," and the magic starts at 1:10.

[b3ta.]

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Japanese musical trio Meine Meinung arranged and performed a 10-part super-medley of songs from Koji Kondo's Super Mario Bros. 3 soundtrack.

Laura Shigihara, no slouch as a game music composer herself, calls it "the most fun Super Mario Bros. 3 medley I've ever seen."

[uniblog.]

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The aptly-nicknamed Deb "Spoons" Perry, best known as a contestant on Australia's Got Talent, turns in an impressive spoon cover of the Black Keys' "Lonely Boy."

Also, she feeds some kangaroos. As you do.

[hypervocal.]

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It's unlikely that anyone will ever top Walk Off The Earth's cover of Gotye and Kimbra's "Somebody That I Used To Know," but the sensational Scott Bradlee gave it his best shot as part of his Postmodern Jukebox series.

[22words.]