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Renz Daluz
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Lindsey Stirling, fierce violin skills. Peter Hollens, splendid voice.
And that's all. No other instruments. (There are foot-stomps for the beat.) I like where he grasps the satchel at his hip and looks down at it to be sure its secure. Precious cargo, you know. Game of Thrones theme!   

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Peter's vocal range reaches from bass to soprano, almost four octaves!
This epic masterpiece is intricate a cappella and foot percussion accompanied by violin.
Exhibiting an intense dedication to his art, Peter Hollens typically records himself performing the parts of a song 60, 80 or over 120 times then overlaps them together, creating works of depth and complexity. 

It really helps each of them in the YouTube rankings if you can 'subscribe' (its free) to each of their YouTube channels and doing that assists you to find their other works, both past and future. Peter Hollens has 70+ songs on his channel, and Lindsey Stirling also has dozens of songs on her channel, if you want to find their other great works. 

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Support independent artists!! Buy their music, share the music videos to your friends, family, neighbors, coworkers, and social media! If you want to do more, you can visit Peter's Patreon account (search for 'Hollens' at Patreon) and consider being a patron of his art!

http://youtu.be/rUgAgfO-16s   #PeterHollens  #LindseyStirling  #GameofThrones
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Hi +Anders Brownworth , 

Thanks for a great video. A quick question, is it possible to remove the switch? Basically, what I'm thinking is controlling the power socket from the web without hardware switch. 

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Yes, very possible. Anything that can post a message on the bus can be used.
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One of the most affordable French/Japanese restaurant in Sydney. The fusion is one of best that I tasted. I remember watching Iron Chef and one of judge comment is "the flavor is dancing in my mouth", after dining in Blancharu, I think I know what she meant. If you want to explore Sake, they serve Sake sampler with 5 different variation. Cold, Warm, Sweet and flavors. The price compare to the taste, flavors and food presentation is really worth it. The only that I found, is finding a parking space, but it's everywhere anyway.
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reviewed 8 months ago
My favorite sushi train in Sydney! Food and ingredients are really fresh, crews are so welcoming and the ambiance is great. Imaging a big aquarium at the centre of the train wherein all diners can see colorful fishes while eating. Price is a bit high but it's not really a problem as food is really good. Don't go without trying their Tuna sashimi.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
If you just want to pass the time while playing $1 pool, Shark Hotel is the place to be. Though the pool tables are old, often missing balls and que, it's enough to have fun and challenge your friends and mates. They also have big area to dine-in and sports tv shows. You catch your favorite sports while sitting in their comfy lounge. The food is not too bad and they have small area that serves Asian food.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
My workplace is surrounded by cafe, yet every morning (and afternoon) me and my other mates goes to Koko Espresso Bar. Great coffee and good service. Their gourmet wraps is really tasty. They have a decent size shop so you can still find a place to sit while enjoying your coffee even if it gets really busy.
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Good place to eat yumcha! One of my favorite yumcha place around Sydney that's close to CBD. They have more variety than other Chinese place that serve yumcha. They have big area so waiting time is quick if you forgot to book your table. Though I recommend to bookings as it get really busy. Do not leave the place without trying their Mango pancake. One of the best
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
If you like Filipino good, this is one place to be. Food is really good. They have lunch menu if you're in a budget. At dinner, I suggest that you book your table otherwise you'll wait ages as it gets really crowded. I would rate it 5 for taste and quality of the food, but it's a bit pricey compared to all other Filipino restaurant. However, it's the most fancy that I visited so far. The ambience is really Filipino.
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