The electromechanical band known as Device Orchestra returns with another fun cover song. They used just three instruments to replicate the AC/DC track Thunderstruck. This time, the electric toothbrushes and credit card terminal are running on battery power, so they really should just be called DC.
Awesome Device Orchestra
There’s no escape; I can’t wait. The exceptional electromechanical Device Orchestra is back to perform another pop music hit. This time, the band of electric toothbrushes, credit card terminals, and typewriters were joined by an Epilator hair remover which added a spinny new sound to the Britney Spears track Toxic.
It might not have 512 floppy drives, but the Device Orchestra has plenty of heart (and googly eyes). So crank up the volume, and get your day started right with a performance of Queen’s Don’t Stop Me Now that will have you buzzing like an electric toothbrush.
The Device Orchestra is back to perform one of their most requested songs ever. Everyone’s favorite band of electric toothbrushes, typewriters, credit card machines, and miscellaneous appliances is perfectly suited to the thumpy and repetitive bass rhythm of the White Stripes classic Seven Nation Army.
The Device Orchestra is back with their biggest stage show yet, complete with low-budget lighting and smoke effects courtesy of their resident steam iron. Eiffel 65’s Blue (Da Ba Dee) is just the right fit for this band of electric toothbrushes, credit card machines, and electric typewriters.
The hacked appliances of Device Orchestra have reached the promised land with a performance of the song that the band was destined for, the synth-heavy Eurythmics classic Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This). Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart may have been replaced by electric toothbrushes, but who are we to disagree?
In case you’re unfamiliar with Device Orchestra, they’re a band made up out of electronic gadgets and appliances. Here, they perform a wonderfully buzzy cover of Imagine Dragons’ Believer, with the toothbrush on leads, accompanied by a toaster, a PS2 controller, a typewriter, a steam iron, and two credit card machines.
Device Orchestra plays a cover version of the classic theme song from Knight Rider on a variety of clicking and vibrating gadgets, including a typewriter, a pair of credit card terminals, and an electric toothbrush in a black leather jacket. Though we wish he got an R/C Trans Am to play KITT.
The consistently silly and entertaining Device Orchestra is back to perform another track, taking on Darude’s 2000 dance hit Sandstorm, played on an electric typewriter, some credit card terminals, and a pair of electric toothbrushes. The googly eyes mean they now earn union scale for their performances.