This Unusual Homemade Instrument Recreates An Iconic Nirvana Song

Apr 12, 2015
If you were to ask just about anyone to name the most iconic band of the 1990s, chances are the instant reply will be "Nirvana." Although they didn't invent the sound called "grunge," the Seattle-based trio brought it into the mainstream. Their music won them legions of fans, and lead singer Kurt Cobain's untimely demise cemented his legacy as one of rock and roll's more tortured martyrs.

With a documentary on the troubled singer set to air on HBO on May 4, it's no surprise that fan-made tributes to the band are spiking. In this video, YouTuber "Arganalth" - known for his covers of songs using only the sounds of computer hard drives (HDD) - uses computer drives to cover the band's most famous single, "Smells Like Teen Spirit."
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