Skrillex - Scary Monsters And Nice Sprites (Live Cover by Pinn Panelle)





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Published on Sep 26, 2011

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Pinn Panelle is an American Alternative/Rocktronica band led by Derek Song (Guitar, vocals, production).
This is a non-profit performance demonstrating how to replicate an electronic artist's music on live instruments. The song is "Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites" by Skrillex, his YouTube channel is: http://www.youtube.com/user/TheOffici....

There are no sequences, or backing tracks playing behind the band.
Special thanks to: Nathan Navarro (bass), Jonah Wei-Haas (keys), Justin Conway (Drums)

Filmed by Chris Dingman and Nate Barsanti
Recorded by Nate Barsanti
Video Produced and Mixed by Derek Song

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Ashley Duncan
Wow, when I heard you guys play I thought to myself talent still exists!!! I'm a huge skrillex fan & I'm very impressed. :) Thanks for the good music.
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That's how dubstep should be played live.
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its actually nice to see this type of music actually being physically played.
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Scott Magyar
are the bass drops accomplished solely by the bassist and whatever tech he is wearing? Or is it assisted by the guitarist on his digital panel on the guitar? The more I watch it looks like it needs the combination of the 2. Not sure whats going on there.
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Bass Guitar Player : Cause touching the guitar is too mainstream.
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That gear doe O_O
The insane amount of money in that room
I wonder what their parents think upstairs
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Bocephus Blue
This is so great! What are the noise devices being used by the guitar and bass player?
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Mike Miller
As of this comment, 2,935 people wouldn't know talent if it bit them on the pecker.
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