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By Bad Seed
By B4D B0YZ 420
By Angel Decoy
Watch out for the electric clowns in space!
King Electric are immersed in the world of fairground kitsch and circus glamour. Driven by an addictive bass line and intensively solid beats, ensnared by eccentric synthesizer sounds and rowdy funk guitars, "Da King" prowls the land as an insatiable predator of music souls. [p+c top10records 2009]
Produced and directed by Karin Heide for Mingo.TV
The trashy video clip with the two clowns was even presented as part of the Diagonale 2010 (Festival of Austrian Film).
Special thanks to CREO for lightning and camera support, SAE Vienna for technical support, Peter Vogelauer for the awesome clown make up...
"DJ Stingray Mix" by Sherard Ingram (aka DJ Stingray) is a deep, almost industrial down-tempo electro spider from the Motor City. Ingram is well known for his collaborations with Drexciya (as the official Drexciya DJ) and his works with Carl Craig on Retroactive and Planet E as Urban Tribe. His career spans almost two decades of relentless Detroit techno, house, down-tempo and more recent releases since he began as a DJ with his friend Kenny Dixon Jr. in Detroit's legendary Motorcycle Club.
With "Flying King Mash Up Mix", King Electric pull out of the hat their 2003 club hit, "Flying Carpet", and fuse it with Vocoders and vocals of the Radio Edit into an "uplifting" four-to-the floor dub version. The old master, Cristian Vogel, has given a massive injection of extra punch to the "deep house track with a great deal of understated funk and shuffling beats to perfection (DE:BUG)" in the re-mastering.
All trax available:
www.soulseduction.com/electro/item_detail.php?ItemID=180067-DA KING (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.