Family of others by Deerhoof.
Direct YouTube link.
Clicky disclosure- lots of micro-invertebrates swimming around on microscope slides. Good stuff.
They were an LA Eopunk band from the late 70’s that I just learned about at Din’s Bloggy, where Eric effuses:
There’s something so compelling and urgent about his [ vocalist Tomata du Plenty] presence, that watching him one can get the feeling that the speed of time passing has changed, that the parameters of perception have been messed with. Backed by distorted analog keyboards and no guitars, he howls and stalks the stage like a beat poet cross-bred with a hyena, frightening, exciting, dangerous and beautiful.
Go read his post and click his links, that’s all I got for you.
Album titles link to sample-laden purchase pages at various commercial servers.
Not funny ha ha, more funny oh wow. Here’s a little bit of the song “For a Few Rubles More” by Farmer’s Market. This is from their first record, “Musikk Fra Hybridene,” which contains many hilarious genre trainwrecks, one of the genres always being Bulgarian Wedding Music.
(The other album of theirs that I have, “Speed Balkan Boogie,” is also great but not especially funny)