Here's the thing with intuitive artists like Ophir Kutiel: they don't always realize the awesomeness of their achievement.
The 27 year-old, Tel Aviv based musician - who goes by the name Kutiman - rocked the Interwebs this month with a 7-track set of songs produced exclusively with found content on YouTube. It's the simplest of ideas, but the result is a sometimes haunting, sometimes trippy, sometimes funky re-imagining of concepts of collaboration, musicianship, and copyright.
Our interview with Kuti explores what it's like to spend two months locked up in a living room watching YouTube, why it's so captivating, and reveals how sometimes, when doing something new, it might not occur to you just how you've potentially changed things.
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