If you thought you hated veggies, think again. Brooklyn EDM producer j.viewz somehow turned the worst part of dinner into a stunning mini dance music show set to “Teardrop” by Massive Attack (House theme song anyone?). With a carrot spinning on vinyl, a keyboard made of strawberries, and an eggplant drum machine, this is one salad worth watching. Is is just me or do you have the urge to raid the nearest grocery store?
What, Mom? Don’t play with my food? BUT EGGPLANTS MAY LEAD ME TO GREATNESS!
Want to throw a raging house party like electronic duo DVBBS? Partying is obligatory in the “woozy” lifestyle so the electronic duo have pretty much gone pro. Alex and Chris decided to throw a wild kegger this past summer and we got the whole thing on camera.
No one said partying hard was easy, and this one came with a few broken bylaws. The house party was so wild it was eventually shut down by the cops, but not without some sick music and dancing first. If you want to throw a raging house party too, just check out their how-to guide, below.
Watch it here
If you didn’t get a chance to party at the 2012 Tomorrowland Festival this past July in Belgium, here’s your chance to pretend you were one of the 180,000 visitors there. The festival featured more than 400 artists, including Steve Aoki, M83 and Skrillex.
Based on the newly released Tomorrowland 2012 Official Aftermovie it was a sensory explosion. We can only imagine that if you weren’t already consumed by the music, then the bubbles, fireworks,
substances, confetti and dancing would be enough to make your head EXPLODE.
Things that would make out head explode in a good way:
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Want to meet Owl City in Vancouver this fall? ANDPOP and Universal Music Canada are teaming up to fly one lucky winner and a guest to Vancouver to see Owl City in concert on Sept. 28 at The Commodore Ballroom. After the show, you’ll have a one-on-one meet and greet with singer/songwriter Adam Young, where you can ask him any burning questions you’ve been dying to ask.
Here’s what you have to do:
Fill out the form below! The contest is open to anyone in Canada (excluding Quebec) and will run from Aug. 20 to Sept. 15. Only one entry per person. You get extra points for liking us on Facebook (ie. make sure to like us on Facebook!).
* Again, winners will receive two tickets to Owl City’s Sept. 28 concert and airfare for themselves and a guest flying from anywhere in Canada, excluding Quebec. Room/board isn’t included.
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Dubstep is already a style of music that tremors through your entire body so I can’t imagine how it would feel to literally create the electronic music with your movements.
The V Motion Project could be the future of music. The visual instrument was collectively created by musicians, dancers, programmers, designers and animators from Assembly, a company of aesthetic thinkers. The program uses XBox Kinect to capture movement and translate it into music. Your movements are then projected onto a gigantic screen so you can see exactly what your Matrix-style conducting looks like.
This is probably one of the cooler things I’ve seen in a while. While my awkward body movement might result in a lopsided, confusing electronic track, the guy in this video looks like an electronic wizard.
Guitar Hero and Rock Band are certainly fun but I predict this electronic music-dance program to be the future of your foreseeable Friday nights (whenever they turn it into a convenient XBox game of course).
If you were to draw a celebrity, Skrillex would probably be one of the most recognizable faces. Undercut. Glasses. Earrings. Done.
The dubstep maestro has finally made it big time guys. Sure, he reached success with “Bangarang” but now he’s a clue in the app “Draw Something.” If you’re not familiar with the game, players alternate between drawing pictures and guessing what the image is supposed to be. In the past, Beyonce, Eminem and The Beatles have been clues in the game but
Sonny Moore Skrillex might be a little more challenging. Though he has a lot of identifiable traits, some players might not be as familiar with him as you are.
How much is he worth? Three coins as a “hard” clue, but that seems a little low to us.