Coming from 0 years of animating experience and perhaps four weeks of drawing butts on the internet for people's enjoyment I can say that this is alright. I mean the the pony looks pretty good at first then it turns into some sort of creepy squishy ball that makes noise only to produce a crappy Dell Laptop from it's hindquarters of another pony. The only thing its missing is all the dubstep, explosions, Snoop Dawg, 420 blaze it, Hashtags, SWAG, YOLO and everyone's favorite strobe lights of different colors to not only make the animation better but give everyone within a ten mile radius a headache. The only major gripe I have with this is why the pony isn't a black and red alicorn with a tragic past of having his parents killed before him in a spaghetti grinder and for him to go on to become the prince of Equestria and marry Twilight Sparkle and to have Rainbow Dash as their child.
3/10 rubles: Some go to gulag, others don't. Artist gets to live but without the life blood of the Soviet people. So no vodka and bread for you Mr. Artist man.
Maintaining volume on smears is an important aspect, that you may add effort to. However, this does tell a story, which is important in any art piece. What I gather from this, with no context, is that the person in particular rather than performing live, does their work off a laptop at concert. The problem I have with that, is the title, we don't really see process of him performing, but rather the preparation. That aside, you make good use of secondary action, and keep the piece visually active. My other suggestion would be to try and add at least a smear, or a few two-frames at the end, where the laptop is placed on the table. I understand you wanted the motion to be extremely rapid, but as is, there is no motion.
The hell? no sorry, let me say that again, THE HELL? sorry that was wrong, one more time... THE F#!@N HELL IS THIS?!?!?! i just sat there for like 2 minutes staring at this... I think i like it, but its soooooooooooooooooooo... I don't even know... but when you think of it, it did its job... I added this to favorites, and sharing this with friends, good job...