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Howlin’ Wolf “Evil” Music Video by Royale

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One Man Disney Movie by Nick Pitera

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Beautifully Music Video “Simple Song” by The Shins

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Cool Music Collaborations by Beatboxer ‘Hikakin’ & Legendary Dancer ‘Non-stop’

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Cool PVC Pipe Instrument by Snubby J

This young musician Snubby J aka Kent Jenkins create his own Blue Man Group style PVC pipe instrument. He didn’t succeeded for America’s Got Talent but He got a very great talent.
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Vegetables Musical Instrument by Junji Koyama

What’s special about Junji’s music is quite obvious: the guy plays with his food, literally. May it be vegetable, fruit, or plant, he can work wonders by turning it into an instrument of music, and an edible one at that.
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Incredibly Artistic Music Video “Strawberry Swing” by Cold Play

Music video by Coldplay performing Strawberry Swing. (C) 2009 EMI Records Ltd
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Japanese Grandpas Dancing to Gee

Girls’ Generation is a nine-member South Korean girl group, also known as Sonyeo Sidae or SNSD. They debuted in 2007 and immediately took Asia by storm. The group began a foray into the Japanese music scene in late 2010 with the Japanese remakes of their 2009 Korean hit “Gee”.

Now, meet the latest K-pop group to conquer Japan, Old Men Generation (Showa Jidai). This ​hilarious parody is made by Masahiro Nakai, leader of the Japanese idol group SMAP.
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Panton Swatch Pixel Music Cover by David Marsh

There are three things that British graphic designer David Marsh must love: Pantone swatches, Adobe Illustrator and album cover art. In fact, he just completed a series of artworks using adobe illustrator to recreate iconic album cover designs from the 1960s to the present. The end result is some kind of “digital impressionism.” The sum of all swatches reveals an album cover image.
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Snoop Dogg’s New Songbook Can Be Smoked (Literally)

How brilliant is this? For the release of “Rolling Words”, the new Snoop Dogg song book (yes, there is such a thing), San Francisco agency Pereira & O’Dell created this smokable version where each perforated page can be used as rolling paper, the cover is made from hemp seed paper, and the spine doubles as a match striking surface.
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A nice music video for the song entitled “F.U.Y.A” by French DJ collective C2C. The four DJs are showing us a preview of what their first EP that will be released in January will sound like. A nice concept in which each sound of the mix is represented by a person in what appears to be an old church that also moves according to the sound.
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Hundson – Against the Grain

A very nice music video for the song ‘Against The Grain’ from emerging Melbourne indie-folk artist Hudson. It was produced by film maker and animator Dropbear, aka Jonathan Chong, resulting in a vibrant and colourful clip around the theme of childhood through pencils in stop-motion.
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Figure By Asterix and Matte Works

Japanese collective Mitte Works introduces us to *Asterix, an experimental multimedia unit composed of three members: Meisai (Dance), Manuke (Direction) and Kenji Kariu (Sound). Their works explore the relationship between music, dance and visual image, offering us a whole new perspective on choreography. Here is their first video as well as the live projection. Enjoy!
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The Orchestra of Recycled Instruments

This group not only plays music, but builds the instruments from scrap. That’s right, they make their ‘recycled’ instruments out of things like kitchen spatulas and cookie cutters. Their music, nonetheless, is wonderful to listen to.
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Mike Tompkins – Coldplay – Paradise – A Capella Cover

Born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada during the historic tornado on July 31st, 1987, life for Mike Tompkins has been punctuated by memorable events, the most recent of which includes being rocketed to notoriety mixing his talents to create music using only his voice and mouth.
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Somebody That I Used to Know – Walk off the Earth

Check out Canadian act Walk Off The Earth and Sarah Blackwood‘s cover of Gotye and Kimbra‘s smash song “Somebody That I Used To Know.”
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Billie Jean Plexus

“Billie Jean” by Michael Jackson dancing object of points and lines
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