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Bin Guy

Bin Guy

Is it possible to write a song that only uses three-letter words, and actually have it make sense? Musician Brett Domino proves he’s clearly up to the challenge with his track “Bin Guy,” a song about unrequited love and taking the trash out. From the album Keytar Your Heart.

The Final Countdown: Smooth Cover

The Final Countdown: Smooth Cover

At the behest of their sponsor, UK grooming brand King of Shaves, Brett Domino and Steven Peavis decided to take Europe’s brash synth-rock tune The Final Countdown and turn it into an adult contemporary track that Kenny G himself would be proud of.

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The Brett Domino YouTube Ensemble

The Brett Domino YouTube Ensemble

A few weeks ago, the Brett Domino Trio asked YouTubers to submit parts for a collaborative song. They picked 50 contributions for surprisingly cohesive and enjoyable the final piece. That clapping man has seen some stuff.

How to Make a Hit Christmas Song

How to Make a Hit Christmas Song

Brett Domino continues his series of videos on how to make pop songs, but this time he focuses in on making that annoying holiday song you won’t be able to get out of your head until February. Festal Christmas, everyone!

How to Make a Halloween Song

How to Make a Halloween Song

Brett Domino follows up on his previous music lessons, this time giving us tips on how to create the funk of 40,000 years on his Keytar. And just like Michael Jackson, he’s got mini-movie music video coming out too.

How to Make a Hit Pop Song 2

How to Make a Hit Pop Song 2

Got the basics of making a hit pop song? Brett Domino is back with the advanced techniques for cooking a chart topper. You’re going to need a synthesizer, a washing machine, and provocative lines like, “Who made you the barrister?”

How to Make a Hit Pop Song

How to Make a Hit Pop Song

Musician and vocalist Brett Domino provides a brief instructional video on putting together the kind of formulaic hooks and cheesy lyrics that eventually turn into pop gold. Apparently, all you need is a bassoon and Google.

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