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Andrew Huang

LEGO Music

LEGO Music

Musician and YouTube celeb Andrew Huang got his hands on a sweet electric guitar built from LEGO by Jay Jillard, and decided to give it some appropriate accompaniment with some rhythm-making instruments which make sounds using only LEGO bricks. More LEGO music here.

The Rubber Chicken Synth

The Rubber Chicken Synth

We already know that a rubber chicken can be used to make music. But Andrew Huang amped things up with Hexinverter’s mutant rubber chicken that uses compressed air to allow it to be played electronically. This is some serious mad scientist sh*t. Crazy sounds start at 1:59.

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Berimbau Metal

Berimbau Metal

Musician Rob Scallon uses a primitive Brazilian instrument called a Berimbau to crank out some hard rock. We figure from the way it sounds, it would be good for making dubstep too – and it turns out that Andrew Huang has already indulged that idea.

Can’t Feel My Face: Dentist Edition

Can’t Feel My Face: Dentist Edition

Musician Andrew Huang made this clever cover version of The Weeknd’s Can’t Feel My Face using title-appropriate instruments – dental tools. He should think about doing a cover of Novocaine for the Soul using the same gimmick.

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