Do you guys remember a while back when I posted a video of local turntablist Black Cat Sylvester making way out funk with Wick-It, Ugly Lvly and some weird cloth-draped contraption? (Here it is, if you need a refresher.) Well, the cloth has been dropped and the source of those way-out sounds has been revealed! Sylvester calls it the Synth Table, which makes sense, as it's part-turntable-part-synth, and he took it out for a spin at the recent summer edition of NAMM (the Disneyland for gear nerds/trade show that was just in town). In the video, Sylvester jams out with fellow turntablists Orig and Suspicion over some spacey grooves laid by guitarist Alex Bachari and drummer/Cream commenter James "Burrito" Bonomo. Oops, did I just reveal the Li'l Burro's secret identity?
No word on when the Synth Table hits the streets, but make sure to check out the second video of buttery prog-funk after the jump.