Gorkem Sen’s Yaybahar is an incredibly strange acoustic instrument. When its strings, springs or drum-like membranes are struck, the vibration bounces back and forth between the spring and the membranes, creating a layered echo.
Jason Eisener’s music video for Want to Believe feels like the spiritual successor to classic 1980s kid’s adventure movies like The Goonies and Explorers, while Aucoin’s synth pop anthem itself is just infectious as hell.
A music streaming subscription service for audiophiles. Available now in the US and UK, Tidal gives you unlimited and ad-free access to over 25 million tracks at 1411kbps via its iOS, Android and web players. RIP data cap.
OK Go has a history of creating tricky music videos, and their latest clip doesn’t disappoint. This precisely coordinated ballet of self-balancing scooters, umbrellas, and dizzying camerawork will leave you scratching your head by the end.
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