South Korean band makes music from found objects


CNN’s Kristie Lu Stout met with Noridan, a South Korean band that makes its instruments from cast-off objects.

Noridan’s eco-friendly music

6 thoughts on “South Korean band makes music from found objects

  1. mass tort attorney says:

    Very creative and sounds great!

  2. Big Daddy Dave says:

    I like the ideas, but I wonder how much of this is actually re-purposed materials…

    That zylophone looks professionally made and tuned. I suppose it’s possible they have a machine shop somewhere to put all this stuff together, but since the pipes and things all look brand new…I doubt it.

  3. Just Passing BY says:

    Perhaps your construction sights are more thifty where you are. That black plastic piping comes in large spools. It is possible to find multible yards of the stuff due to it not simply staying on the spool or some one simply ran it over.

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