Look what’s hot, when four Azari‘s have some free time to waste. A wide range, from the mighty My Bloody Valentine, to some Italian psychadelica, via John Carpenter and a weird club called Brotherhood Of Eternal Love. Take a break and watch some of Azari & III’s most loved clips below:
1. My Bloody Valentine – We Have All The Time In The World
My Bloody Valentine’s cover of Louis Armstrong.
2. Suspiria – Goblin
The italian band Goblin are pretty culty, and the film-soundtrack work is amazing! For Suspiria, a dark and dreamy movie by italian horror legend Dario Argento, they created a score with a very hallucinagenic feel, which fans of Justice may recognise.
3. The Thing – John Carpenter
John Carpenter’s 1982 horror masterpiece The Thing is one of the very few remakes, that we absolutely love. It is bleak, full of paranoia, gory fx and set against a frozen wasteland backdrop and Ennio Morricone’s very Carpenter-esque score.
4. Nobody Canna Cross It (Di Bus Can Swim)
We don’t even know, why this is so damn funny, but it has us rollin. Watch the first video (at least the first 40 seconds) and then the one below.
5. Masonna – Like A Vagina TV
Masonna’s music is known for its heavily processed vocal extravegences and theatrical live solo performance.
6. The Brotherhood Of Eternal Love
The Brotherhood of Eternal Love and Its Quest to Spread Peace, Love, and Acid to the World. The inside story of the infamous gang of dope-dealing surfers who played a key role in the counterculture of the Sixties.
Published December 05, 2011.