Me and the Diamond Rings band performing “Runaway Love” at the Moog factory in Asheville, North Carolina. That’s Graham Van Pelt on rhythm guitar, Karl Skene on the Voyager(s), and Greg Santilly on the electronic drum pads.
Todd Edwards talks about his work on the upcoming Daft Punk album “Random Access Memories” in this mini-doc from the Creators Project.
OMD performing “Electricity” in 1981 at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London.
Modigliani (Lost In Your Eyes) as recorded by Philadelphia’s Book Of Love on their self-titled 1986 full length album.
Stick around until the end of Bobby Brown’s “Every Little Step” for a great shot of the New Edition alum and a female extra in a bright red clawfoot bathtub filled with dry ice.
Wish ft. Fonda Rae “Touch Me All Night Long (Extended Mix)” 1984.
Alan Wilder of Depeche Mode demonstrates the capabilities of the Emu Emulator II sampling keyboard.
Marc Cohn performs “Walking In Memphis” for a live studio audience on Austin City Limits in 1991.
Marina Abramovic and Ulay. “That Self: Rest Energy”, 1980 (Filmstudio, Amsterdam).
“The collaborative double is different in nature to the family or the corporate collaboration. Many artist collaborations exhibit an intense awareness of the creation of an authorial phantom exceeding the identity of the collaborating artists. Abramovic and Ulay gave the double a name, identifying it as a spiritual force, “Rest Energy,” insisting that a hermaphroditic identity, independent of them, was created by collaboration.” – Charles Green