wow, that blew monkey turds.
Okay first of all, when did "Harlem Dancing" come into the drum'n'bass genre?! I certainly don't see any dogs doing that.
What's up with the singer? She's like robotic at first (had too much k?) and then at the end of the song when they all have black-lite tatoos (ooh, how raverish) she's a fucking white glow-stick herself! When I was watching it I laughed, cause if this video is taken seriously (i.e. the song getting popular because of the video) then boy, are we in for some bad, shitty dnb. But, since this video sucks, hopefully it will make the mainstream ignoramus' stay a little farther away from the world of DNB.
My "Andy Rooney" Two Cents.
By The Way, is that dylan in the video?!
Originally posted by tella
as for the video for shake it..yeah it is kinda ass but didja see the video for original nuttah? it's rude...the video suits the track perfectly...
Originally posted by Juan Love
In total, I think it is a poor representation of the scene and an even more pathetic jump off point for an outsider looking in.
I'll end with a quote for you to consider...something I once read Fresh from )EIB( say on a similar note:
"some of us live in this 'scene' and care about the way it is perceived...it means more to us than the sum of its high hat patterns, basslines and sampled drum breaks."
Originally posted by Empire Squad
What makes you think that they made the video for Junglists anyway? Anyone with eyes and a brain can see that the video is directed to a main-stream market. Why? To attract new face and a more diverse listenership to our music, for that SHY gets a the MOST PROPS!
Originally posted by Stormshadow
You're just coming from a business / money stand point...to some of us jungle/DnB is an escape from all the money-driven music that runs the world.