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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Videodrones Ready ‘Atavistic Future’, out August 2nd; Listen To Mesmerizing “Church”

Videodrones is the electronic duo of Jakob Skott and Kristoffer Ovesen. The two create music in a buzzing electronic world of modular synths and circuital improvisation. Their 2016 debut Mondo Ferox was a mixture of Komische and Berlin School headiness, but existed as a soundtrack to some back room horror film. One of those Betamax […]

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Jakob Skøtt’s Way Out Sounds : A Guide To The Musical World of Jakob Skøtt

When one of my favorite modern musicians is ready to drop a new album, I can’t help but get excited about it. There’s so little to be excited about nowadays, anyways. Climate change deniers, flat earth society(there’s a whole society of those bastards), California fires, Brexit, tear gas being shot at children in diapers…I mean, […]

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Jakob Skott : Instrumentality

I remember hearing Jakob Skott for the first time. It was before I realized he was the drummer in Causa Sui, or the co-label runner of El Paraiso Records. I’d just opened my brain up to the world that El Paraiso was building within their roster. I was a newly baptised believer and was primed […]

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