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We’ve already told you, in detail, how Thursday’s Electronic Beats Festival was a blistering success. You don’t have to take our word for it – here’s a 14 minute live video taken from Modeselektor’s gleefully offbeat performance. If you were desperate to relive that precise moment when countless pillows were torn asunder by a baying crowd wigging out to ‘Dirty Snowball’, now you can. Also featuring ’Pretentious Friends’ and ‘Let Your Love Grow’.

Videodrome #24 – This week’s best videos

October 26, 2011 in Videodrome by Moritz Gayard

Once again regular Videodrome tyrant Moritz is out of the office, so once again our editor Daniel will be hosting Videodrome this week. Lean back, relax, and press play. 1. o F F – YING YANG…BOY BAND The Parisian Prince of FogPop delivers not just a video, but a video mixtape. Containing cuts from Extacy, – more

Futureshocked at Unsound Festival

October 18, 2011 in Features by EB Team

“Too much change in too short a period of time,” this quote from Alvin Toffler’s seminal work Future Shock could be an apt description of festivals, audiovisual marathons, a music consumer’s paradise. Toffler was something of a conceptual godfather for this year’s Unsound Festival that took place between 8 and 16 October in Krakow. The – more

Black Dice get piggy with it

January 12, 2012 in Features by EB Team

With their sixth album hitting the shelves in April, we’re already banging our heads against the wall to the tribal noise concoction that is Black Dice‘s new video for Pigs. Quite similar to their first ever clip for Kokoma in 2007, the Brooklyn threesome goes for harsh DIY aesthetics, adding a fetish imagery that meshes – more

Videodrome #13 – This week’s best videos

July 29, 2011 in Videodrome by Moritz Gayard

1. Sun Glitters – eventide (directed by Victor Ferreira) Made with some help on the vox from Stockholmers Niva & Charlee, this is Sun Glitters latest drop called ‘eventide’. And again we’re thrilled by this hazy post-pop melodies. 2. King Midas Sound – Goodbye Girl (Kuedo Mix) (directed by Tom Shoelfield) Cool visuals for Kuedo‘s – more