Welcome to the Party

Hey there,

Dust off the turntable, fix yourself a stiff drink, and make yourself at home. My name is Scott Bradlee; welcome to the world of Postmodern Jukebox.

What is Postmodern Jukebox? To put it simply, it’s pop music in a time machine.  It’s today’s hits as they would have sounded if they were recorded decades ago, by the stars of yesteryear.  But, thanks to the amazing community that has grown around this concept, it’s become so much more than that.


Download / Order “Seven Nation Army” from our ‘Swipe Right For Vintage’ album:

I started putting Postmodern Jukebox videos on YouTube back when I lived in a basement apartment in Queens, NY, and I’ve continued making them ever since. Every Thursday, I release a new Postmodern Jukebox (or ‘PMJ,’ if you’re hip like that) video that puts a different popular song through the ‘vintage’ filter, with the help of a large rotating cast of some of the best musicians and vocalists in the world.  There are literally HUNDREDS of these videos in the PMJ YouTube library, so that’s a great place to start.


Download / Order “Thrift Shop” from our ‘Twist is the New Twerk’ album:

The Postmodern Jukebox universe is not just online, though.  You can also experience PMJ live on tour all over the world and see these incredibly talented performers bring these arrangements to life. It’s the New Year’s Eve party in Old Hollywood that Sinatra would have attended; come dressed in your most glamorous attire and dance the night away to the songs of today as you’ve never heard them before.


Download / Order "All About That Bass" from our ‘Emoji Antique' album:

Most importantly, this is a community.  What started in my basement apartment became a YouTube phenomenon - and then a touring phenomenon - all thanks to amazing people like you that know the importance of keeping real, live music alive. From this moment on, consider yourself a part of Postmodern Jukebox.  We’re building this very special place together, and the adventure is just beginning.  But for now, the night is young.  Let's fire up the Jukebox and enjoy another tune.


  • Daniel Kuzel

    Great stuff and just plain genius!

    For Future Vintage Filtering

    Alan Parsons – “Don’t Answer Me”

    Billy Joel – “Honesty”

    Chess – “Someone Else’s Story”

    Celine Dion – “Refuse to Dance”

    Fleetwood Mac – “Don’t Stop”

    Frankie Goes to Hollywood – “Welcome to the Pleasure Dome”

    Journey – “Don’t Stop Believin'”

    Kansas – “Hold On”

    The Moody Blues – “The Other Side of Life”

    Naked Eyes – “Promises, Promises”

    Robert Palmer – “Hyperactive”

    Santana – “Black Magic Woman”

    Sting – “We’ll Be Together”

    Supertramp – “Cannonball”

    Tears for Fears – “Sowing the Seeds of Love”

    The Traveling Wilburys – “Heading for the Light”

    Yes – “Shoot High Aim Low”

    Turtles – “Happy Together”

    Paul Simon – “Kodachrome”

    ABBA – “Take a Chance on Me”

    Adele – “Skyfall”

    America – “Lonely People”

    Annie Lennox – “Money Can’t Buy it”

    The Art of Noise – “Yebo!”

    The B-52’s – “Love Shack”

    Blondie – “Call Me”

    Boston – “Amanda”

    Carly Simon – “Nobody Does It Better”

    Cat Stevens – “Peace Train”

    Cheap Trick – “If You Want My Love”

    Chicago – “Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?”

    David Bowie – “Blue Jean”

    David Lee Roth – “Sensible Shoes”

    Depeche Mode – “Dream On”

    Dexys Midnight Runners – “Come on Eileen”

    The Doobie Brothers – “What a Fool Believes”

    Duran Duran – “New Moon on Monday”

    ELO – “Sweet Talkin’ Woman”

    Elton John – “Honky Cat”

    Gary Moore – “walking By Myself”

    Glass Tiger – “Don’t Forget Me”

    Hall & Oates – “Family Man”

    Hullabahoos – “Grapevine”

    INXS – “Mystify”

    Jim Croce – “Bad, Bad Leroy Brown”

    Joe Cocker – ” You can leave your hat on”

    Kate Bush – “The Man With the Child in His Eyes”

    Kelly Clarkson – “Stronger”

    Laura Branigan – “Gloria”

    Level 42 – “Lessons in Love”

    The Mamas & Papas – “The Midnight Voyage”

    Merrill Bainbridge – “Mouth”

    Pat Benatar – “We Belong”

    Paula Abdul – “Straight Up”

    Peter Gabriel – “Steam”

    The Pointer Sisters – “He’s So Shy”

    Procol Harum – “A Whiter Shade of Pale”

    Queen – “Don’t Stop Me Now”

    Ray Charles – “You Don’t Know Me”

    REO Speedwagon – “Take It on the Run”

    Ricky Martin – “She Bangs”

    Robbie Nevil – “Back on Holiday”

    Simple Minds – “Sanctify Yourself”

    Steely Dan – “Reelin’ in the Years”

    Styx – “Come Sail Away”

    The Thompson Twins – “Hold Me Now”

    Til Tuesday – “Lucky”

    Toto – “Love Has the Power”

    – “Rosanna”

    U2 – “Mysterious Ways”

    Whitesnake – “Here I Go Again”

  • Midnight Call

    A few requests for your website.

    1) Could you place your top 5 videos based on Youtube counts on your home page. Nothing like first impressions making a difference.

    2) Search videos by name, order of release and Youtube popularity.

    3) Have a vote by your fans on the next songs to be chosen for up and coming videos.


    • mwm341

      Chaka Khan/Rufus: Better Days
      Queen/Bowie: Under Pressure
      Kinks: Nervous Tension
      Joni Mitchell: The Hissing of Summer Lawns

      Prince: Kiss
      SSQ: Screaming in my Pillow
      Joan Armatrading: Love and Affection

  • James Madison Keys

    Looking for another keys player


  • Adam Kaczmarek

    Thank you for not only bringing vintage sounds to the modern pop listeners, but for also bringing pop songs to us vintage listeners. I don’t listen to modern music. I’m a Swing Dancer with my heart in the classics. I walk into department stores and wonder what are these other artists playing my favorite PMJ songs. Thank you Scott, and just keep Swingin’!

    Orlando, FL

  • Jim Edens

    Is there a resource someplace where all the songs are listed in chronological order of release from the beginning until now?