Rolling your head on the keyboard
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"It's similar to mime, but for the musically inclined" ~ Oscar Wilde
Rolling your head on the keyboard has been one of the most significant features of all music genres for hundreds of years. It refers to the act of placing one's head on the keys - ensuring that the mass of the head is resting fully on them - and rotating one's head about the pivot of the neck. This way, the head rolls over the keys and plays as many notes as possible. This is the biggest difference between rolling your head on the keyboard, and Keyboard head bashing.
The art of rolling your head on the keyboard has of course existed since the invention of the piano in the early 18th century. This new idea was widely embraced by citizens at the time because the predecessor of the piano was the harpsichord, and rolling your head on the harpsichord caused pain because of its tough strings. Musicians were fond of this new idea and rolled their heads all day long - all of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's sonatas are a result of this composition method.
Modern UsesIn the 21st century (which is now) this idea has been taken to a new level, due to the invention of Electronic Dance Music and the MIDI keyboard. Now, artists such as Skrillex and alivemongre1 roll their heads on MIDI keyboards to create a myriad of random noises which they then add a shitload off effects to. This has been given the reputable name of Dubstep.
Recently, rolling your head on the keyboard has also been used for creating words as well as music, using the wonderfully abused invention of computer keyboards. The result is often seen on sites such as YouTube where illiterate morons argue in the comments section and post things such as 'Im gOnNA fUcK U uP bLud WuT U ChaTiN bOUt MEe BICH i fUced uRr mUM lAst niTe and sSHe lIceD iT AlLot' Rolling your head on a computer keyboard has been named ' Contemporary keyboard head rolling.