CDZA, the YouTube weekly music experiment video project led by Joe Sabia, went to Europe "with no real plan for creating experiments."
As a result, all four experiments [in this video] were inspired spontaneously by circumstances and surroundings in four cities along the trip: Paris, Berlin, Salzburg, and Prague. Which experiment do you like the most? Obviously #3 for us. Special thanks to Leo Heubach and Peter Man Peterson for making the grand tour possible.
Also, visit that guy's music shop in Prague. Radek Bubrle's shop: HUDEBNI NASTROJE.
Michael is playing a bass from NS Design.
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