Questions: a video response to Kony 2012 by DJ Irie

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By Mark Egan in Video on Wednesday 11 April 2012

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.

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Inception dubstep by DJ Salad

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By Mark Egan in New Music on Wednesday 11 April 2012

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.

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Psychedelic tech-funk DJ sets by Hedflux

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By Ed Tucker in New Music on Wednesday 14 March 2012

One of my favourite producers right now, Hedflux is right at the forefront of a style of breaks known as psychedelic tech-funk. Action-packed, but deep and intriguing, every track is a winner. Follow him on Soundcloud for regular DJ sets that you can download for free.

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Neon visuals set to David Guetta’s music

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By Justfortv in Video on Friday 29 October 2010

These stunning visuals are for David Guetta’s concerts and live shows, capturing the essence of dance music, with technology and visual art. Cool.

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Sleevefacing

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By The Uncool Hunter in Cool Websites on Wednesday 17 March 2010

Sleevefacing is the art of using vinyl covers as part of a bigger picture. The term was coined by John Rostron, a DJ from Cardiff, who uploaded a couple of photos he’d taken with his friends back in 2007. You can find thousands of examples at Sleeveface, where you can also choose between different bands.

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DJ Damian Lazarus

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By Morgan Campbell in New Events on Friday 7 March 2008

This week, London-based DJ Damian Lazarus will be on the American side of the Atlantic playing his refined underground style in a few select cities. Involved with music at an early age, Lazarus began as a music reviewer, co-established the City Rockers label and eventually set up his own label, Crosstown Rebels.

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