This is a pretty awesome a capella dubstep video. You should really watch it


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#2

well that’s 4 minutes of my life I’ll never get back…


#3

I need new headphones.


#4

“Wow”

Yep.


#5

At least he apologized. Skrillex never even gives me the time of day.


#6

Hey Xeni, this guy is EVEN BETTER!


#7

God, that was annoying.


#8

i’m really hoping this is a someday-famous-but-right-now-unknown genius comic, testing out his new pee-wee herman-like character.


#9

you’re a patient, patient man.


#10

The T-shirt is icing on the cake.


#11

Oh gods, I hope so. I really, really hope so.


#12

i’ll also add that i really hate when the Bb posters troll us, just because they can.


#13

This is actually a pretty great a cappella dubstep video and I say that without a hint of irony or rick-rolling.


#14

Was there any teasers at the end?

I didn’t make it too far. he does capture the annoying nature of dub step.


#15

I gotta admit, that was genuinely neato.


#16

That was pretty great, but I’m not sure it really qualifies as a capella, when the mics are being run through heavy effects, and the loops are being played like instruments via a keyboard. Very cool but stretching the definition a bit imho.

I think Walk Off the Earth was closer to hitting the mark (even if this song isn’t your style), with their all vocal, no effects, song…or at least i could see how this idea and technique could be adapted to true a capella dubstep to make something spectacular in the right hands.


#17

I think I’ve found my new leader.

“BAAAAAAAHHH!”


#18

It was a little hard to dance to.


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#20

Based on the rest of his YouTube channel, I am inclined to agree that this is indeed the case.

Not really a capella, as mentioned above, but still very cool. I stand in awe of people with the skills to do live looping like that. There’s a local artist from near Toronto (Guelph) who has a cool sound and does a lot of live looping that I’ve been wanting to see in concert… Let me see if I can find her.

Edit - found her! Ambre McLean (link is to her YouTube channel). Here’s a sample: