Bryson Andres plays a cover of One Republic’s “Secrets”, looping his own music in order to bulk out the music. While acoustic percussive musicians often use a stringed instrument as a percussive instrument, it’s rare to see an electric musician, especially an electric violinist, tapping his instrument to create percussive sounds. Andres isn’t just talented and highly skilled; he brings a level of experimentation and playfulness to his music that is a pleasure to watch. Visit Bryson Andres on Reverbnation for more music by this talented electric violinist.
Jee Sayalero is a new school tattoo artist whose art style is influenced by modern media such as cartoons, comic books and animated films. Many of Jee’s tattoos and sketches have Asian subject matter including deities, symbols and architecture. The majority of Sayalero’s tattoo art is brightly colored, but his sketches stand proud without the […]
In this artistic video directed by Taras Pozdnyakov, contortionist and performer Pavel Stankovich exhibits his extraordinary physical strength and muscle control. With a beautifully fluid motion, Pavel performs a number of difficult movements and poses in and on a structure made of four poles. The simplicity of the background and camera angles used in this video […]