By Bad Seed
Moving forward from the world of fairground kitsch, KING ELECTRIC return with their brand new b-movie hijack theme COMMIT YOURSELF [p+c top10records, 2011]
Great stuff from King Electric! It kinda has a Streets of San Francisco style - makes it all sound like a 70's b-movie theme. [Radio FM4, Vienna/Austria]
Rowdy killer beats with a hint of Karl Malden electro-funk meet disturbing brass and pop hedonism! [You FM, Germany]
Perfumed dressed to kill revenger in legendary self-leveling hydropneumatic suspension 76' CX? Special guest appearence of Lady GaGa as victim? Quentin Tarantino kills Egon Zimmermann? Thrilling! Disturbing! Don't miss it!
Design & postproduction by Karin Heide for Mingo.TV
Director of Photography: Fabian Weiss / Still Photographer: Norbert Kniat / Key Grip: Matthias Dorninger / Gaffer: Paul Krehan / Costume: Ale Elsbach / Hair and Make Up: Sandra Maron
Special thanx to Aid and Family for the Location...
In addition to the „Radio Mix“, the E.P. is loaded with a stomping Club Mix by Terence iLL & Bud Flanger [producers of the new Louie Austin Album "Last Man Crooning / Electrotaining You"], the most functional effort on this versatile record. It marches 4 2 da floor, applying a monster baseline and occasional sounds dropping in and out to maximum effect.
Plus two special edits by the Kings themselves: da deep smoked out King Electric Club Mix plus noizy filterguits, Walter Gibbons-strings and rowdy lovemachine bass and the Il grande silencio dub epos Yul Brynner + special guest Klaus Kinski (aka Loco) and percussion wizard Courtney Jones on drums-Commit Yourself (official Video Clip)
Official music video for the track Pass Out by Tinie Tempah. This is the debut track from the British rapper. The music video is focused around Tinie Tempah rapping and Labrinth, who sings the chorus, coming into the shot. Tim Bown, the director of the video, said in the behind-the-scenes video that they were trying to create graphical elements, including laser-cut props.
Official music video for the track I Wanna Baby by Harry Hill.