Videodrones : After The Fall

There’s something quite special about hearing a new Videodrones album. Since the 2016 debut album Mondo Ferox, the duo of Jakob Skott and Kristoffer Ovesen has created an aura of mystery with their heavy synth Dystopia put to record. Using queasy VHS horror rentals of the 80s as a their starting point, these two Danish […]

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Exploring Different Angles : Jakob Skøtt Talks Videodrones’ New Album ‘After The Fall, Bringing The Beat, And Exploring New Sonic Avenues

If you’re a regular here, or even just an occasional reader then you are probably aware of the massive love I have for record label El Paraiso Records. In my opinion they’re as important a label as giants like Blue Note, ECM, Sub Pop, Verve!, and SST when it comes to offering up brain re-wiring […]

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Videodrones Return With New Single “Scorpio”; New Album Out In Late April

The Danish heady synth duo Videodrones, which consists of Jakob Skott(Causa Sui, Syntaks, Rude Skott Osborn Trio) and modular synth wizard Kristoffer Ovesen(owner/operator of Interzone Tapes), have been making dark, experimental synth records since 2016. Mondo Ferox(2016) and Nattens Hævn(2017) locked into seedy VHS vibes, capturing the world of Fabio Frizzi, Walter Rizzati and Popol […]

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El Paraiso Records’ Wild Ride

I’ve been following the Danish record label El Paraiso Records for close to seven years now. Ever since a friend hipped me to a band called Causa Sui and their album Euporie Tide. From the moment I hit play on that stunning album I’ve gladly followed both the band and the label down their very […]

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Videodrones : Atavistic Future

Videodrones work in swaths of synth and analog dread. From their beginnings in 2016 with Mondo Ferox, the electronic duo which consists of Jakob Skøtt and Kristoffer Ovesen, relied on Betamax memories of grainy horror and sci fi flicks and the world of music composers like Popol Vuh, Fabio Frizzi, and the modular synth excursions […]

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