Hell hath no fury like a Japanese orchestra on their A game

Holy shit:

If the last 30 seconds of the symphony doesn’t make you leap into a karate stance and put your foot through a window, you need some kind of transplant. Four important things to dig:

  1. Seiji’s hair looks like a sheepdog fucked one of those plasma balls that you see at science museums.
  2. Of the two bass drummers in the coda, the one who looks most furious is the cute woman; she was clearly wronged her in some way, because she’s going at that thing like Uma Thurman in Kill Bill. That drum head is having all the fun. HEY-O!
  3. Epic amounts of horsehair splayed everywhere on the bow in frame on the last chord. There’s nothing to indicate that it’s true, but something about that gives you the impression that they were playing with reckless abandon.
  4. The relationship between the tempo and the clarity of the repeated descending low brass line is not entirely human. Then again, these people have vending machines with used panties and live lobsters in them.

The rest of the performance, which you can find in the related videos one way or another, is every bit as good. A perfect demonstration of orchestra as godless killing machine from the future.


2 thoughts on “Hell hath no fury like a Japanese orchestra on their A game

  1. Odd , this page turns up with a black hue to it, what color is the primary color on your web site?

  2. I have no idea. I think they deleted the video, which is unfortunate but probably consistent with the transitory nature of the internet, but I can’t speak to the hue of the page because it shows up looking the same as everything else for me. I’m sorry that it’s acting up!

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