Originally appearing on the Lunchmeat VHS Fanzine tape back in 2015, the videos have been updated with the remixed and remastered tracks that appear on the Videogram Redux album.
Friday, December 15, 2017
Saturday, December 9, 2017
Summing it up as "much less gory or horrific", the EP's "more like a upbeat sensation that has that synthesizer sound from the old school highlight days", noticing the slight Donna Summer vibe (the Moog-esque bass synth pattern of Test Subject 011 is directly inspired by her Giorgio Moroder collaboration I Feel Love.)
Adding that "dancing happened" while listening to Dr Brenner and its "fanatic groove", Hawkins National Laboratory (Outro) is "massive" and "almost classical" in its style, "ready to impress anyone that sucked it up", the review is wrapped up with a recommendation to purchase the 7" version on SelectaVision.
Read the Yeah I Know It Sucks review in full here.
Wednesday, November 22, 2017
Check it out: My video for Test Subject 011 is now hosted by RetroSynth! Check it out on their official YouTube channel here and make sure to give their Facebook page a like here! Many thanks for the support, guys!
Speaking of which: With less than 30 days left of the Qrates campaign there are now less than half of the buy direct pre-orders available! Stores like Two Headed Dog and Psilowave will carry it, but if you wanna support SelectaVision directly, you can do so by ordering your copy here.
Friday, November 3, 2017
The two-track Stranger Things-themed 7", that totally embodies "the otherwordly sci-fi eeriness of the show and characters, both in sounds and in it's artwork" (Popcorn Horror), is available via SelectaVision's page on Qrates, and comes with a bonus download of the four-track digital Bandcamp EP. There's a limited amount available to pre-order, so you better act fast! Stores and distributors should get in touch for wholesale orders.
Make sure to check out the all-new Test Subject 011 video as well. Heavy on the sci-fi influence, you'll find it on both Videogram and SelectaVision's official YouTube channels here and here. Make sure to follow SelectaVision on Facebook here to stay up to date!
Monday, October 30, 2017
Saturday, October 28, 2017
Brutal Resonance just released the Music for the Murdered twenty-track compilation, offering a wide variety of synth, horror synth, industrial and electro, and includes the Hawkins National Laboratory (Outro) off my Stranger Things-inspired Test Subject 011 EP. You can download it here.
Early in September Rue Morgue Magazine released the horror synth compilation They Came From Rue Morgue and it's just a few days left to download before it's gone! Features twenty-four tracks from artists such as Tangerine Dream, Umberto, Apoptygma Berzerk, and Zombi, among others, and includes Test Subject 011 off the "S/T" EP. You can download it here.
You can buy Videogram's Test Subject 011 EP via Bandcamp, Amazon.com, Apple Music and iTunes, Google Play, and Microsoft Store. Stream it on Spotify here.
Tuesday, October 3, 2017
Head on over to Scot horror magazine Popcorn Horror and check out their review of my recent Stranger Things-themed Test Subject 011 four-track EP.
Summing it up as totally embodying "the otherwordly sci-fi eeriness of the show and characters, both in sounds and in it's artwork", the write-up also features a sum-up of my discography, highly recommending it if you're planning a Halloween party, or wanting to get into the spirit on a Halloween night.
As an added bonus I am thrilled to announce that Videogram's music will be featured in the club night portion of the Glasgow Horror Festival on November 4-5 (hosted by Popcorn Horror.) Two days and nights of horror entertainment, the festival will offer Q&A panels, cartoons, horror shorts, free-to-play retro horror games, vendors and much much more! Check out the event here and order your tickets here. Act fast 'cause the 2016 festival was a sold-out event!
Read VIDEOGRAM is a Perfect Addition to your October Playlist! in full here.