Hay Fever Video
Desert Girl - I am lost in a desert with no food, no water, completely disoriented. The night comes down and I keep walking until I fall to the ground almost dead. A windstorm follows and from the clouds a girl that resembles a goddess comes down and casts a spell on me. The desert becomes a green garden with waterfalls and trees. I wake up listening to her song. We fall in love but then I realize I have to go because the spell will fade away in air soon. The scene moves to the ocean where I disappear for a distant land.
Take a couple of minutes out of your busy schedule to pay homage to those who lost their loved ones, and more importantly, the innocent people who suffered at the hands of this horrific act of terror.
Scar, (n.): A lingering sign of damage or injury, either mental or physical. Madeleine wakes each morning to find fresh scars on her body, cut while she slept. A short, sharp shocker featuring Sarah Tortell, with music by Dissolved. (User discretion is advised.)
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This week, Donald and Jasmine have a lot to crave, not the least of which is a pair of health-monitoring tighty whities. And yet we are somehow much more impressed by a giant chess set made from robotic Legos, a swarm of hovering honeycombs, a massive LED art display that moves to the music, and a roving electric car disguised as a shrub. On the list of things not to crave? Trading drugs for gadgets. Come on people...you're smarter than that! (Right?)
The tech gifts that Molly would love to find under her tree.
The Black Ghosts lament through their perverse, personal pop music. Theirs is a peculiarly British noir, where the divorcee next door dreams of nocturnal visitations from predatory incubi, and an awkward boy genius tinkers with forbidden science in the garden shed. Unmanned Casio keyboards left for dead in the loft burst into requiems of their own composition, attractive cousins are murdered for what they know, and an unspeakable horror lurks in the depths of the spare room.
The plan was to spend one night in the abandoned Royal Crescent Hotel, where in 1985, five students were murdered, their killer never found. What was supposed to be just a night of fun, hunting for the victims' bloodstained rooms, suddenly changes when they find a severed hand and awake an evil presence within the hotel. Now they are running for their lives, trying to solve a mystery a hundred years old...and morning is still very far.
Para One is one of the leaders of the French new school. Known for his killer track "Dun Dun" (remixed from MSTRKRFT) and remixes of Agoria, Krazy Baldhead, Ellen Alien (with Tacteel) and Daft Punk, among others. His musics been played by a wide array of the dance floors elite from Feadz, Erol Alkan, Diplo, Modeselektor and Justice to Laurent Garnier, DJ/Rupture, Team Shadetek and Michael Mayer. "Dun Dun" is both the hardest, most ruthless and loveliest, most idyllic techno track in a long time. These tracks are tailor-made for the club, the dancefloor, the moment when the world dissolves into strobes, heat and sound, when the dancers move whether they like it or not, barely breathing machines operated by way of drugs, snares and synths.