T.E.A.L. – Skulls

Ego-obliterating Everest disasters, cryogenics & sky burials is a way to describe the T.E.A.L. video. Tears of Joy is the label of James Sinclair from Pacific Horizon and Rinpoche Boys that released this and many other exploratory works that give the dance floor a new meaning.

Mon, 24 Nov 2014 Share The Permalink

Telecaves x Alex Pelly – live Proton Drive audio/visual offering

The band Telecaves and dublab film visionary Alex Pelly have created a special offering for the dublab Proton Drive Fundraiser. This audio/visual collaboration blends a live, improvised music performance by the duo Telecaves with visual accompaniment from Alex. Enjoy this journey into the beautifully oblique.

Thu, 20 Nov 2014 Share The Permalink

Cakedog – CakeUp

Leland Jackson aka Ahnnu is making music to make physical/metaphysical moves to. His Cakedog project is a tip of the toes to the late, great Chicago producer DJ Rashad’s ground quaking footwork sounds. You can pick up the Cakedog album Menace in the Phantom on Leaving Records. LA creative conjurer Alima Jennings has crafted a fuzzed up dance-blitz video vamp for the tune “CakeUp.” Cop this with your optics.

Wed, 19 Nov 2014 Share The Permalink

BAR – Luna May

Lucas and Christina created the BAR universe. A project of pop songs, sinister textures, and androgynous realms, all driven by dance beats. Their record in Italic is been on heavy rotation at dublab. Now that their second video from their debut release is out, we can only confirmed what we always suspected.

Mon, 17 Nov 2014 Share The Permalink