Posts Tagged ‘House music’

“DJ Hero” trailer and interview with game creators

June 18, 2009

Awesome!  Set to be release on October 27, 2009, “DJ Hero” will feature mixes from a diverse group of artists including Marvin Gaye, Nirvana, Outkast, and 50 Cent.  Check out the video below for a detailed report on how the game is played.  Between this and “Rock Band: The Beatles” you’ll never have to learn any real instruments!

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“Dancing Inside”

February 2, 2009

Another cool stop-motion video along the lines of “Her Morning Elegance.” The music is

ragga/house/dancehall floor-filler called ‘Consequences’ by Andy Higgs.

This is why you don’t do drugs at an electronic show.

January 9, 2009

Oh man….I swear that was a mouse up there on the mix board…..

The dangers of house music illustrated in this video

December 4, 2008

Video Wars: “Freaxx” by Brokencyde

November 23, 2008

Video Wars started as an informal gag between myself and some friends. We would send terrible music videos to one another in an attempt to out-mortify one another. These videos are not for the faint of heart, or for those who have an empty stomach. This week’s entry is “Freaxx” by Brokencyde. This is a perfect storm of terrible-ness and shows the ugly side of the availability of audio and video recording technology. Seriously, this might the most awful thing I’ve ever seen. I know it’ll be painful, but watch the whole thing. It jumps off to uncharted regions of suck around the 1:50 mark.

Ravers partially blinded by lazers at show

July 14, 2008

Up to 30 partygoers at an outdoor rave have been partially blinded by a laser light show.

Health officials confirmed 12 cases of laser-blindness from the event, with reports suggesting up to 17 more.

Some of those affected have lost up to 80 per cent of their vision.

Guests at the Aquamarine Open Air Festival in Kirzhach, Russia, began seeking medical help days after the show, complaining of vision problems.

Heavy rain had forced organisers of the event, which took place on July 5 in the town 50 miles outside Moscow, to put up tents for the all-night dance party.

The lasers, which are designed to illuminate the sky, were reflected by the canopy into the eyes of the ravers, burning their retinas.

An eye expert who treated some of the cases said the chance of regaining vision is ‘already impossible’.

One partygoer said: ‘I immediately had a spot like when you stare into the sun.

‘After three days I decided to go to the hospital. They examined me, asked if I had been at Open Air and then put me straight in the hospital.

‘I didn’t even get to go home and get my stuff.’

Industry website http://www.laserfx.com said focused laser light such as that at the event can cause eye damage almost instantly.

The owner of one Moscow laser rental company blamed the blindings on ‘illiteracy on the part of technicians’.

‘It was partly the rain but also partly the size of the laser.

‘Somebody set up an extremely powerful laser for such a small space,’ said Valentin Vasiliev, whose company did not provide the lasers for the Aquamarine festival.

Cosmic Connection, which promoted the Aquamarine rave, was unavailable for comment.

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They probably looked something like this….

“Ain’t the most troubling thing about this drug is that it actually makes you like house music?”

May 24, 2008

Ali G speaks with a UK Govt drug information official. Respect