Super Smash Bros. is pretty great as we all know, and Jazz - while not to everyone's tastes - is a musical genre which has its fair share of fans. However, fuse the two together and you've got something so smooth it puts a baby's bottom to shame.
Performed by Andrew Barhite and "composed" by Adam Lindgren (AKA Armada), this awesome freeform drum solo is set to footage of a match between famous Smash players Armada and Leffen from last year.
We can't find the words, so just give it a watch and let us know what you think by tapping out your own keyboard solo in the comments section below. Nice.
(Apologies to our readers from outside of the UK who might not get the main image reference - it's just our strange British sense of humour).
Only clicked because of John Thomson and Paul Whitehouse. Nice.
But after recently looking into The Consoles, with their smooth jazz to iconic game themes, this doesn't impress me much.
Great photo 😊
sleep tight leffer
Also the composer credit at the end was probably meant to be a joke, Adam Lindgren = Armada
Ha! this is on the frontpage of r/videos
Nothing like a Fast Show reference to bamboozle Nintendo Life's American readers.
I'll get me coat
I like this idea. I think more people should do this — live music accompanying games, but livening it up with musical hits. That said, let's add some melody and harmonic movement to it as well!
Hello and welcome to Jazz Club.
I actually dig this though, I'm a bit of a music nerd so it figures!
I was wondering why the video quality was so bad, until I realised this is N64's Smash, not Wii U lol.
As much as I like Jazz, I don't see how the drum solo and the video go together though...
Needs more Pantera.
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