Kate Dedinsky and Adam Grindler are The Baker’s Basement, a Cleveland musical duo that creates music rooted in space, dynamics, humor, and the unpredictable nature of life as a human. They describe themselves as, “obsessive songwriters, composing more with a specific emotion, story, or image in mind rather than a particular genre.”
I recently received the group’s new video, “At Least 100 Things to Do Inside a Quarantine” in my inbox. Over a funky and quirky Indie-Pop beat, they rap and sing a super-fun and goofy little tune about the creative ways they and their friends have found to pass the time in quarantine.
From aerial drone shots of empty suburban streets, to stir-crazy indoor activities, the video probably looks and feels a whole lot like your life right now. I could definitely relate, as I took a break from an Adventure Time marathon and watched the video… in pajama pants, with a cat on my lap.
Through the first half of the video, Kate, Adam and their absolutely awesome dog act out the various activities they have concocted to pass the time. During the second act, their friends and family do the same. The whole thing is super fun. You need to watch it. You can thank me later.