Performers Daniel Gourski and Jonas Appel sample the sounds of an abandoned industrial dock to create every sound you hear.
Cavern (1983) by New York new wave band
Liquid Liquid – the song that became the backing track of White Lines (Don’t Do It) by Grandmaster Flash.
Rang Dang Digga Duh Dang Duh Dang.
Eclectic Method applies himself to the most iconic (or most annoying, depending on your taste) laugh in showbiz.
Turn it up loud. Leave the room.
Typograffit – a website that turns plain text into ransom-note style typographic photomontages.
need a thing like that.
On the 30th anniversary of
that film, Eclectic Method crosses the streams.
Give It Up by the mighty Israeli DJ and composer Kutiman – the first track released from an upcoming album featuring tunes composed of sampled and resequenced YouTube videos of mainly amateur musicians [all 23 featured in this track are credited here].
Eye Candy: Thru Tokyo
Eclectic Method presents the most powerful mix in the Western hemisphere.
He has it specially flown in by his man in Mexico.
The Wolf Of Wall Street: Chest Thump Mix
Elijah Aaron overdubs an extremely passable cover of TLC’s 90s hit.
He also does a nifty version of Paul Simon’s
. Diamonds On The Soles Of Her Shoes
Robocop reboot on the way, Eclectic Method celebrates the original in trademark sampletastic style.
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