Those of us that love cars often see the art in their designs, in driving them, in the sounds of their engines, even in their construction--but it's not often we see them made into the tools of art, or music, to be exact. But that's exactly what Jordan Hill calls Motor Rhythms.

Hill terms his Motor Rhythms as "experiments in sound, blending percussion with automotive salvage." We call it pretty darn awesome. Brought to our attention via Autos, the off-beat drummer works his magic on just about anything you could imagine from within a car's parts bin.

From brake drums to crankshafts to fluid reservoirs and more--there's even a flywheel hi-hat--the musical sounds Hill makes aren't always the most melodic, but they're interesting, and they're completley unique.