If you’ve ever attended an EDM concert, you know that most of the performing is done on laptops, synthesizers, and other instruments with buttons and knobs. Norwegian comedy show Kollektivet pokes fun at the experience when a duo of DJs gets a new piece of equipment and doesn’t know what any of its buttons do.
William Sun Petrus took an old 1920s Remington Portable typewriter and modded it into an electronic drum machine. Basically, it works as a MIDI controller, so it can play whatever sounds he loads into Ableton. He had to remix the live audio so you could hear it over the mechanical clacking sounds though.
We loved just about every moment of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, including the opening scene where Miles is singing along with Post Malone and Swae Lee’s Sunflower. Eclectic Method sliced and diced up the track and footage from the animated flick to create a whole new EDM track.
Formed by Daft Punk’s Thomas Bangalter, along with Alan Braxe and Benjamin Diamond, the one-off French house band Stardust dusted off and remastered the music video that Michel Gondry shot for them back in 1998. The track is now available on a collector’s edition vinyl too.
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.