Saturday, June 12, 2010

Video Remix Madness!!!

And here is a little somethin' ta go along with my last post... These are just BAD-ASS-crazy-cool video remixes from Eclectic Method.

Eclectic Method scratches video using DVD turntables, and media libraries...

The Tarantino Mixtape:
Based on the work of director Quentin Tarantino

Watch this video now:
(WARNING: Some scenes are not appropriate for all ages and contain course language, and/or extreme violence)

 
Robots:
'nough said...

Watch this video now:


A John Hughes Production:
Based on the work of director John Hughes (Sixteen Candles, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, etc, etc,...).

Watch this video now:


Bonus feature:
Eclectric Method takes on Stephen Colbert:
Colbert vs. Lessig (Aired: Jan 8th 2009):
Stephen Colbert & Lawrence Lessig Remix talking about Remix from The Colbert Report, January 8 2009

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Apparently the group Eclectic Method  -- whose first production was called Bootleg Video Mix --- has crafted a career out of re-purposing other people's content in creative ways.  Eclectic Method has put on hundreds of live shows and dropped feature-length releases like We're Not VJs and Lock Up Your Videos, eventually earning the infamous shout-out on The Colbert Report. (LOL)




To see/hear more check out one of their sites:
MP3: eclecticmethod.net/audio/

eclecticmethod.net
twitter.com/eclecticmethod
soundcloud.com/eclecticmethod
bit.ly/emfacebook
myspace.com/eclecticmethod
youtube.com/eclecticmethod

And to find out more information on Eclectic Method check out this article from Wired:

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