FilmBits1 by Dubassy
Dubassy blasting the last pieces of film history to bits.
More Abstract Analog Style
Having discovered ancient techno-tunes in a dormant MySpace account, the analog alchemists known only as Netsliders managed to capture this spectral form in their Fermion machine.
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Gritty, rusted, pumped up rawness from the streets, glitching to the beat for your viewing pleasure.
Fermion is an essential weapon, pure ammunition taken directly from an electron gun to fill your creative arsenal.
More by Dubassy
If Dubassy decides to travel the USA, you can be sure he brings back some high quality VJ footage. Beautiful timelapses, subtle tiltshifts, and always an amazing eye for composition.
Lost for many years in a cupboard in retro heaven, Dubassy has dusted down and brought back to life his old 80s ghettoblaster. Boombox style!
A collection of fine videos celebrating the master of the dance floor. Scratch it good, and if it's nice, play it twice.
A broken TV is so much more fun than a working one.
Made by Dubassy
Dan Talson is a video artist and live visuals performer hailing from London. Currently based in Barcelona, he has spent the last 7 years creating unique and original visuals and vjing at club events and music festivals all over london, europe and further afield. In 2007 and 2008 Dubassy was voted no. 7 in the DJ Mag's Top 20 VJ competition, which runs alongside the Top 100 DJs poll.
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