Hidden YouTube Treasures: Nathan Marsh

Have you ever seen an amazing video on YouTube and thought to yourself, "Wow, this video needs a lot more views!!" That's what I thought when I saw the 'MarshBros Hat Project' yesterday. Check it out after the jump.

Have you ever seen an amazing video on YouTube and thought to yourself, “Wow, this video needs a lot more views!!” That’s what I thought when I saw the ‘MarshBros Hat Project’ yesterday. The Marsh Brothers are talented dudes, from amazing hat tricks to stop motion break dancing, experimental music and more. But don’t take my word for it, check them out for yourself!

When I saw the ‘MarshBros Hat Project’ yesterday my jaw dropped. These guys were throwing hats through the air, bouncing them off walls, throwing curves and more and catching the hats on their heads like it was nothing. There had to be some kind of trick.

The brothers write this in the video’s description, regarding comments claiming the video is fake:

“For those claiming that this is fake or asking if we’ve used special effects of some kind in this video – NO we haven’t. It was just two evenings of tedious trial and error! We have nothing against special effects, and will be using them in our next video. But thanks for thinking we had to cheat for this one :)”

Whether or not the video is fake it’s still pretty awesome. And the same goes for several of the other videos posted under the name of Nathan Marsh on the callmemarshmallow channel. There’s a cool stop motion animation of break-dancers. It’s only 20 seconds long but it’s pretty cool – especially at 0:11 when the guy moves around the ground on his head.

There’s also a cool video called ‘Progression’ where Nathan makes music using a sketchbook, a Harry Potter book, a CD case, a trophy, keys, a harmonica, scissors, a guitar, hands and beat box.

The hat trick video recently saw a jump in traffic thanks to Reddit, but still has just over 22,000 views. Here’s hoping that the channel will take off! These videos are great, and these guys deserve it! What do you think of Nathan Marsh’s YouTube channel? Do you think he deserves more views?