Musician transforms bicycle tires, traffic cones, pistol into flutes: meet Xavier Lozano
A tweet from Marcel Barrena demonstrates this resolute pursuit. In it, Lozano is shown holding a metal barricade and using it to play a cute little melody that sounds like it’s coming...good, something other than a warped roadwork tool. The image that this presents is magnificent. Lozano is about the same size as the Barrier and the juxtaposition of his soothing melody and visual impression that a more shaggy Marc Maron in a Ramones t-shirt just finished wrestling a large metallic object in a submission. musical is striking.
Safer his Instagram page, Lozano can turn all kinds of other stuff into flutes as well. It is published segments of a television appearance where he performs at his street barricade alongside a traffic cone hooked up to a rubber hose and a delicious sounding bicycle tire. He also filmed himself peacefully knot on a reused gun while celebrating the anniversary of the Carnation Revolution in Portugal. And in a Tedx video from 2016, he takes the stage to present the hidden musical potential of a piece of irrigation pipe and a kickstand, which he credits as the device that led him to turn various objects into wind instruments in the first place. . (A video without a flute also sees him transforming a plastic water bottle into a makeshift guitar.)
It should be mentioned that Lozano is equally good at playing a wide range of instruments actually designed for music, from a modified Bolivian flute To bagpipes. But, impressive as these displays of talent may be, it’s pretty hard for them to measure up against the more quirky sight of a guy playing music through a gun, crutch, or traffic barricade.
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