If you want to make music, you've got a plenty of different instruments to choose from. But if you want to make really unique (or weird) music, you've got to find something off the beaten path. That's why Joseph Bertolozzi chose the Eiffel Tower.
You really can't get tired of people going to unexpected places and making unexpected music. Here we have experimental musician Diego Stocco making a crazy percussive opus right in front of us with a dry cleaner's tools of the trade.
The Korg Wavedrum Mini is exactly what it looks like: A portable synthetic drum machine that plays the usual litany of percussion sounds and beats on the go. What's interesting beyond that is the tiny clip.
Remember the drum table? Well, stick it next to this table with built-in marimba at a dinner party and you'd have a percussively good time. Designer Fumiaki Goto came up with the idea of building the instrument into the surface, so that whenever you put a glass or plate down you'd sound a note— you could of course…
It's a table. With drums built in. And other percussion instruments, you can swap around. Yey! Need to know more before you buy one to go in your student home? See the video (it's better than the photo.)