Thursday, June 16, 2011

NES Music Video

Hello out there blogosphere. Been quite busy at work lately so although I have managed to squeeze in a LITTLE gaming here and there I haven't had time to do much posting about it. And by much I mean any whatsoever. But I have a nice quickie one today to get back in the swing of things.

Sebastian Bender, the guy who made the Game Boy music video that I posted about a while back has made another one over at his site Gnarl-o-Rama. His musical instrument of choice this time is an NES. He's blowing on cartridges. He's clicking zappers. He's rubbing the case ridges like a hillbilly on a washbboard. He's doing it all!

And you know how you always wondered if a copy of Super Mario 3 could be used as a kazoo? Yes. Yes it can.

So if you liked the first one then check out the new one below. Reminds me of the Rockit music video by Herbie Hancock sans synthesizer. I know - I'm old.

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gnome said...

It the new Stomp, it is!

MadPlanet said...

Stomp for gamers! I really like these vids, but maybe he could actually work in a small amount of game sounds on the next one - recorded off the TV screen of course. The pure acoustic thing is definitely cool, but I don't know if there is a lot of variety left in it for future efforts with other systems.