You’ve certainly never heard the Von Trapp family singers sound like this. Matthew Perpetua at Fluxblog brings us the “distinct aesthetic” of Max Tundra, who turns the musical classic “So Long, Farewell” into a frantic yet upbeat perversion of itself. “The first time that I heard this, I spent the full duration of the song with a slack-jawed look of giddy disbelief on my face,” says Perpetua. I’d have to agree. At first the syncopation to me sounded horribly dissonant, but as the song progressed I was eventually won over, and smiled upon realizing that the Von Trapps had fled the auditorium.