The rather wonderful electromechanical percussion engines of artist and musician Koka Nikoladze – analogue beats generated from household bric-a-brac and assorted hardware.
A cover of Journey’s 1981 anthem played on boomwhackers by percussion ensemble HarvardTHUD.
A clip from Japan’s Open Reel Ensemble in which a drummer uses magnetic reel-to-reel tape as a percussive instrument.
Street musician and Accademia Musicale di Ariccia graduate Dario Rossi’s techno beats using pots, pans, chains, buckets and scrap metal.
More beats here.
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.
Emil Axelsson can finger-snap the Mario theme tune.
So he can.
Related: The Snapper
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.