An extraordinarily complex, hand-cranked conveyer belt that uses the rattle and shuffle of its mechanism along with the click and swish of 2000 cascading marbles to create notes and rhythms.
Built by Swedish musician Martin Molin, it’s actually just part of Marble Machine X – a much larger project he’s been working on since completing his first such contraption – the Wintergatan in 2016.
Just go with it.
A twofer from director Kouhei Nakama.
Music: ‘Hella’ and ’Calm The F**k Down’ by Broke For Free.
A single from the recently released album Dandanista by Chap Hop superstar Mr B, The Gentleman Rhymer, who also animated the video.
A stop-motion paper-cut animation by Seen Film made for the all-string cover of Bjork’s ‘Venus As A Boy’ by the Vitamin String Quartet.
Steve Aleksic covers Blondie’s 1978 hit with vocals – pretty much as you’d expect – performed by a cat.
Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga’s feelz-laden Oscar ceremony performance gets the Bad Lip Reading treatment.
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The 1982 hit ‘I Ran (So Far Away)’ by dubiously coiffed Luverpudlian new wavers A Flock Of Seagulls, enhanced with an original heavy metal guitar riff performed by Andy Rehfeldt.
They haven’t run away, you know.
Remixer DJ Cummerbund blends Depeche Mode, The Turtles, Britney Spears, Gunhild Carling, King Kong Bundy and Randy “Macho Man” Savage into a strangely pleasing and harmonious cocktail.
The Mercurial skills of Marc Martel (who did some of the vocal work on the film ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’).
Martel is currently touring with a Queen tribute band and released an album of Queen covers last year.