With Youtube’s algorithm, it can be hard to find new or unpopular content. Often times, unless you are continually filtering the results in creative ways, you can get trapped in a loop of the same content.
That’s no fun.
As an aspiring musician, I am always astounded when I come across new sounds, combinations, or musician collaborations. Today, that is just what I found.
Cy Leo, Mateus Asato, Kinga Glyk, & 60 Seconds of Funk
One of the greatest inspirations for musicians is other musicians. That’s why we see such crazy music coming from creatives such as these. All three of them are well-known in their corners of the music world, and to bring them together for a collaboration such as this is jaw dropping.
I have to say one of my favorite parts of watching musicians play is how into their groove they get. Cy Leo is a little melodramatic and I love it! And he never gets drowned out thanks to the microphone.
Finding such an upbeat and filled out groove was the highlight of my afternoon. The worst part of my whole day was reaching the end of the short 60 seconds of these dedicated Professional Musicians’ session.
Cy Leo, the obvious star in this short clip, has quite the record as a Solo Harmonicist. Not just once, but twice, he has been recognized as Solo World Champion at the World Harmonica Festival first in 2009 and then again in 2013. On top of that, he has over 15 International Awards for his incredible skill on the harmonica.
Kinga Glyk & Mateus Asato
It would be easy enough to sneak away without mentioning the bandmates, but both Kinga and Mateus deserve some level of acknowledgement. They are, after all, astounding musicians!
She is one of the happiest musicians you will see on YouTube, and why shouldn’t she be? She’s in her early 20’s touring and playing bass! This young Polish bassist is certainly an encouragement to me as a musician.
As a Harmonica Player, you may be interested to know that she often has instrumental tracks on her YouTube Channel that may challenge your playing!
Anyone this inspiring is worth sharing! So go check out his channel and see what kind of music you are prompted to make by listening or playing alongside him!