Tag Archives: percussion

The rather wonderful electromechanical percussion engines of artist and musician Koka Nikoladze – analogue beats generated from household bric-a-brac and assorted hardware.


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Street musician and Accademia Musicale di Ariccia graduate Dario Rossi’s techno beats using pots, pans, chains, buckets and scrap metal.

More beats here.


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Lyonya Shilovsky performs the Galop Infernal from Jacques Offenbach’s Orpheus In The Underworld with the Novosibirsk Symphony Orchestra, then rounds it off with a nifty solo.

Soon he will learn to give the crowd the finger and leave the stage swigging on a bottle of Chivas Regal.



Young Darren Drouin shows off his ‘useless’ but extremely impressive lightning fast finger-snapping skills.

Dude’s a veritable two-handed Riverdance.


Youtuber crazylilman771 sez:

Great little drum set! Only thirty bucks. Got it one year for my birthday. Not very sturdy, but it’s still really fun to play. I play the bass drum with my foot on the floor.

Mad skillz altogether.



The music: Sebastian Bender plays his old Gameboy.

The words: Gameboy…Word – a typographic of original Gameboy titles by DeviantArtist, Mike Watts.