04.03.09 by Jeff

Kutiman remixes Youtube!

This is where you scream ‘why didn’t I think of this???’ and jump off a bridge! Israeli musician Kutiman has crafted an album entirely from Youtube clips, and it is nothing short of brilliant. Dj Shadow, Mike Realm and Pb Wolf look out. Thanks to Dutch for the heads up!

kutiman youtube remix mix thru you video dj

Watch the videos here: http://thru-you.com/#/videos/













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • TJ

    Utterly brilliant.

  • I’ve been listening to these all day. Can’t wait for the “2nd movement”.

  • no more bandwidth. good work jeff, you got them kicked offline with your popularizing them!
    haha

  • hahah ouchy – my bad

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  • teejay23

    pure genius. this guy will be famous.

  • a.e.

    freakin’ amazing!

  • JPM

    genius – where can I get the album?

  • HOLY FUNK!

  • BRENT

    It is great to see David talb in there. He has been my guitar teacher for the last few months lol

  • BRENT

    “Hello good people” lol haha Classic

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  • nikky

    this is amazing

  • spent1

    is this the israeli artist,KUTIMAN? whichever, this mash is mos!

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