Have you seen the new electrohouse nudisco music video from Grum? It's called "I Can't Shake This Feeling" and the arrival of Grum is already causing hyperbolic excitement amidst your house / electro / disco community in anticipation of his forthcoming full length release "Heartbeats" which you will get more information on at his official website www. The fact that I'd been "brave" whilst my dad had administered an ill-advised remedy to my infected, swollen nail-bitten finger, involving a kettle packed with boiling water and a bread and potato poltis, had earned me a choice the cinema, or staying up late to watch Starsky & Hutch. My parents gave me the setting about Bond being a British Spy who, to quote my dad, was "sort of like John Steed"...powerful words to a 7-year-old Avengers fan! The playground buzz was all in regards to the underwater car, the steel-toothed giant, and the dwarf inside the sidecar.
It was perhaps as of this point that the house sound which was traditionally soulful and funky lost it's edge since it became more mainstream, while underground audiences sought something edgier, giving rise to the Electroclash movement which saw the overproduced, overthough house sound eschewed in favour of the punkier aesthetic driven by the do-it-yourself ethos of a new type of laptop based producers working out of their bedroom's - just like Grum. The second best moment in the film, after the parachute-jump of course, was the Lotus being chased through the helicopter. Fischerspooner was obviously a key Electroclash act that rose to prominence which continues to be name checked by Grum being an influence in renewing and bringing previously overlooked 80's themes and techniques to the modern day with deft precision.
And then it began. The chase was exciting, the chase was dangerous. A video based around tasty girls scarfing piles of food.
"EARGASM! I kid you not. Something even quieter than silence fell upon the entire world because the screeching violins abruptly ceased with a repetitive echo reverberating round the oblivion into which Bond had skied. I stared in disbelief, convinced that guy was plummeting towards certain death. totallybond.
"New Grum original track. There is much more to this video that more frames per second. Bond and I would next meet, but what I did know was...nobody will it better!
The video can be a bold mix of the sexual and erotic, with all the disturbing and somewhat gruesome footageof sexy girls stuffing their faces with all types of food laid out for them by a sleazy disco style director. It had familiarity. Bond took-out among another guys with a rocket fired from his ski-pole for God's sake! Why had I not been told about Bond before? How cool was this?
I myself had never heard about "Feeder" videos but apparently this really is a recognised genre in adult movies. Whatever the case be certain to check on out this electrohouse music video from Grum for yourself: "I Can't Shake This Feeling"! http://www. There has been thematic comparisons with all the video for Simian Mobile Disco's "Hustler" which also features attractive girls, but from Benny Benassi's "Satisfaction" to Eric Prydez "Call On Me" I think you can safely say that within the genre there's a recognised tradition of combining gorgeous girls with somewhat bizarre and abstract items and contexts. There has been thematic comparisons using the video for Simian Mobile Disco's "Hustler" which also features attractive girls, but from Benny Benassi's "Satisfaction" to Eric Prydez "Call On Me" I think you can safely say that within the genre there is a recognised tradition of combining gorgeous girls with somewhat bizarre and abstract items and contexts. totallybond.