These places will blow your mind when it comes to playing music in them. See the list bellow via the spaces 10 buildings with extraordinary acoustics It is all too easy for architecture to be seen and not heard. Instragrammable … Continue reading
This artwork can play music!! “The „Touch of Bass“ project is a collection of vintage Boombox Photographs direct printed onto a rigid substrate , framed then mounted on a shadow box. This stealth box holds a bluetooth sound system that plays … Continue reading
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Music from a glass water tank? Crazy you think? Danish musicians Laila Skovmand and Robert Karlsson, in collaboration with members of their ensemble Between Music do exactly that and go on tour. “AquaSonic is the culmination of years of research into the … Continue reading
To play the theremin, analogically, is a fine work of art and pretty difficult endeavor. Not if you can play it using your browser over this web page on a browser-based instrument. You can even loop, record and download your creations! Theremin … Continue reading
WOW! This is what Michael Jackson’s “Smooth “Criminal” would sound in – let’s say end of 19th century at some fairground! Patrick Mathis performs the tune on a barrel organ. See how complex the “music code” behind it is! Very impressive!
Every rose has it#s thorn, and every thorn can definitely play a record on your turntable, It dosen’t necessarily have to be from “Poison”:
Yep, it’s that time of the year we all start compiling our Xmas wish lists. Here is something vintage for the collector and the lover of those 90s moves and look: MC Hammer Concert Doll by Matel. Original from 1991 … Continue reading
Someone just purchased late Kurt Cobain‘s iconic sweater at the Julien’s auction, he was seeing wear a lot of time at different performances. If you just google his name on images, you will be able to see how important this sweater … Continue reading
Oh, animals are the favorites of the internet, especially when they do something we don’t expect them to. Like this horse: yes – he is playing a keyboard, and jamming to it too!
Adly Syairi Ramly, who calls himself a LEGO-junkie, created LEGO version of of our favorite bands. He-he.
Use your baby as a beatbox? Well, of course! La Guardia Cross, the father, shows how to do it, using his 7 months old baby girl: hit it, kid: