This is just peak notions. The fidget spinner obsession just keeps getting more and more ludicrous as of late. But when we came across YouTuber Andrew Huang fidget spinner music extravaganza, we had to take notice.
Huang is known for making music out of unusual objects, like "99 Red Balloons" composed with actual real balloons. So as much as it pains us to admit, we were super interested to see what type of music he could make using just fidget spinners.
In the video, he went on to say, "this has gotta be one of my most requested videos of all time". Down to the fact a fidget spinner doesn't make that much sound, Huang decided to make a "minimal techno" track.
Huang ends up going through a lot of effort to make the track, having to go super close to the microphone at "that perfect sideways angle". So yes, he goes through a feck-tonne of effort to make fidget spinner music, but hey, he could be the next big thing in techno as a result?
Check out the full video below.
[h/t: The Verge]
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