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- 26 video clips
- DXV & Photo JPEG
Dubassy blasting the last pieces of film history to bits. Again.
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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Simple yet innovative, Moederschip have done it again. FingerPaint reinvents digital glitch with a dash of Van Dyck brown.
VJ Anyone's gritty analog neon lights. This one is for the late hours when the bass gets heavier and your head starts buzzing.
Primal Eyes applies the tried and true urban art techniques of stencil and spraycan to minimal abstract VJ patterns. The result is both hypnotizing and refreshing at the same time.
Warning! The AX-23 virus is considered highly contagious. Symptoms include itching, nausea and a craving for human flesh. To minimize risk of infection, avoid contact with the mouth, nose and eyes.
More by Dubassy
The John Travolta of VJ loops, Dubassy always brings the goodness. Spinning 39 sizzling clips of that everlasting icon of the seventies craze, this will set fire to every cube tiled floor.
Bouncing retro televisions, spinning DJ turntables, pumping speakers, headphones and hifi equipment.
Dubassy blasting the last pieces of film history to bits.
A broken TV is so much more fun than a working one.
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