It’s hardly a serious philosophical insight to point out that the brilliance of music, beyond it’s ability to stir deep emotional reactions, is that it’s also really fun. For no other reason than a bit of good old silliness, here are Practical Depression’s July highlights from the world of auditory hilarity:
- Wintergarten’s ingenious Marble Machine playing the funky and beautiful track ‘Marble Machine’.
- J. Views programming fruit and vegetable to play Massive Attack’s ‘Teardrop’.
- Conservative politician Jeremy Hunt being followed by a man playing a Sousaphone.