The members of Korean band 밴드땐싱누들 (aka “Dancing Noodle”) provide us with a brief musical interlude, courtesy of four squeaky chicken toys, played together to create an improv dance beat. We’re not sure what the roll of toilet paper is for, though.
Beatboxer Tom Thum turns in an epic live performance of his track Ratchet Face, spitting out crazy sounds, and impressing us with his mad looping and sequencing skills. Though there were times we couldn’t help think of Billy Bob Thornton in Sling Blade.
Shit Robot’s captivating EDM track features Hot Chip’s inimitable Alexis Taylor on vocals, and is accompanied by a fascinating work of motion art by Kevin McGloughlin that will pull you in with its layered, ethereal imagery. Check out more of Kevin’s technique here.
Ian Pons Jewell’s awesome bad trip music video perfectly matches the imagery with the deep down beats of Valentino Khan’s dance floor banger, as faces are contorted to the beat of the music. And then there’s the chick with the tentacle eyeballs. Your nightmares miss you.
For his latest track, Jonny Wilson aka Eclectic Method electronically manipulated the mighty roar of everyone’s favorite towering fuzzball, transforming the wookiee’s howls into a catchy EDM track. And if you don’t like it, Chewie might just pull your arms out of their sockets.
Masters of the dancefloor Hot Chip worm their way into our ear canals again, kicking off their new album Why Make Sense with this smooth groove called Huarache Lights. The album drops 5/18/15, with a support tour this May & June.
Shhh! I think I hear a samsquanch! Follow the pulsing, synth-heavy tracks of dance music duo W&W deep into the darkest of woods and you may discover the not so elusive but ridiculously awesome music video for their banger Bigfoot.
(NSFW: Nudity) The video for the club banging track Pursuit by techno DJ Gesaffelstein gives viewers a front seat to the rise and fall of an empire in a world that is strange but not all that different from what we know. (Thanks Babo)