There is some great edit work on this clip for Numark’s Dumpin’ Em All, sampling some classic blaxploitation films with some sweet rotoscoping work to superimpose vocalist Bumpy Knuckles’ cake-hole onto the clip.
Irie is an audio-visual DJ demi-god, tight as a mother and creative as you like. His latest clip is a response to the Kony 2012 campaign, which raises a few questions about, well, raising questions.
The thing with audio visual DJing is trying to find the image that looks like the sound. Hip hop tends to look like hydraulic cars; disco equals flares, cumbia equals cocktails on the beach, and dubstep, surprisingly, looks like levitating pallets of tomatoes exploding. Props to SaladUK for making that connection.
I’m loving this Santa Cruz Primo Shark ride. It’s part of Santa Cruz’s beer-inspired range, modeling their decks on a number of beers from around the world: in this case, Hawaaii’s Primo. They’re all fitted with a bottle opener on the underside, too, and I can tell you, I’ve been popping more bottles than air [...]
I’m so pumped for this to head Down Under later this year. It’s already played sold out tours across Europe and North America and is probably the greatest, most ambitious touring audio visual show that’s ever been done, teaming Amon Tobin’s textural beats with 3D projection mapped visuals onto a 25ft tall cubic stage setup.
We’re Nice and Ego, a video remix and audio visual DJ act from Melbourne. We recently threw together the Hottest 100 songs, as voted by JJJ radio listeners in Australia, into a six minute audio visual remix, which you can check it out below. We also just dropped this, an original tune sampling the Game of Thrones HBO series. It’s kind of a twisted love song and dancefloor jam.