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Toa Mata Band - LEE WAH (W.T.F.)

YouTuber Opificio Sonico did a fantastic live performance with his LEGO robots!

Video Description:

Toa Mata Band is known as the first LEGO® music robots orchestra made of Bionicle figures.
Each band member is built using Lego Bionicle and Technic pieces.
It's a system of electric motors, rubber bands and pulleys connected to the figures arms that allows them to play an array of different touchable synthesizers, drum machines, smartphones and electronic percussions.

This his video is an extract from the recorded session that went live on streaming on May 1st 2020 during the lockdown in Italy.
The track is a remake of early TMB’s composition LEE WAH mashed-up with W.T.F ( fatboyslim )

👉 Please support my works by subscribing to my Bandcamp page and be the first to get all my new music : https://toamataband.bandcamp.com

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I would appreciate it if you could buy one or more of my products to help me bring new Toa Mata Band content to you!!!🙌🏻

Music: Giuseppe Acito
Video: Mattia P. Acito (https://www.youtube.com/user/SdreoosC...)

\\\ Thank you for watching and don't forget to subscribe my channel:
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Reader Comments 2

This.is.sick! Thanks Tim for posting!
May 06, 2020  | person belibat
I was going to post a video link of screaming girls at a Beatles concert, or something along that line, and then try and make a joke about what a chick-magnet LEGO robot concerts must be, but then I watched this,


Life has it's way with us all. Play on tiny robots! Play on!

Humbly yours.
May 06, 2020  | person_outline Crowfly

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