Posted: August 23rd, 2012 | Author: Sander | Filed under: Audio | Tags: Afar, d-video, D.V. Caputo, Ice Choir, Underwater Peoples | Comments Off
By the time this message reaches your communication hub, you’re probably already linked to the data overload that is A Vision Of Hell, 1996. If not, then it’s time to jack in. For those that think Ice Choir’s Afar LP is flawless; the glimmering techno pop outings of Kurt Feldman couldn’t be visualized more accurately.
Initializing software, optical scanning devices, and pixel jammed sceneries – director D.V. Caputo sure knows how to play this game. If you haven’t checked out his music yet; be sure to do so. Anytime now, we’re uploading our new Non-Reality look™ that is made by this genius.
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Posted: March 29th, 2012 | Author: Sander | Filed under: Audio | Tags: d-video, emotion engine, Neo-Tokyo, premiere | 3 Comments »
Press the activation key.
Please type in the initializing sequence.
One moment please – your D-video console is booting up.
An error occurred; please make sure your implanted ear-tenna is switched on to enter audio mode.
Success. You are now ready for today’s auditory program.
Enter ‘Emotion Engine’.
Inspired by Japanese techno-pop, 90s anime, and a handful of sci-fi movies, D.V. Caputo projects his visions of a near future on everyone who’s able to receive these messages from far beyond. By effectively using old FM synthesizers and razor-sharp drum programming, the NYC based prognosticator builds new landscapes and eventuating cities that we wish we could enter with our physical bodies. The fast paced and rave-like rhythms make Emotion Engine his most dance-able track to date — especially with the layers of flagrant keyboard melodies, and the unavoidable bubbly bass line that bursts in every now and then. A system overload never sounded so exhilarating.
We had a chat with D-video a little while ago – click HERE to catch up.
D-VIDEO – EMOTION ENGINE (right click + save as)