To commemorate the one-year anniversary of their Jack U project, Skrillex & Diplo show us some of what they've done these past twelve months: playing festivals, doing half-time at a Clippers game, trips to Thailand and Machu Picchu... and a dog driving a small car. Living the dream, indeed.
Controversial, open, and raw. Freshly signed by Diplo's label Mad Decent, the first single & title track off Daktyl's EP "Cyclical" explores the last grasps of a dying relationship where the make-up sex is only a stopgap solution before you begin preparing for the next fight.
Filmed in Vancouver ancient Maple Ridge forest, Director Edward John Drake captures the dueling sides of a doomed relationship. No one is as innocent or as righteous as they pretend to be.
Find out what happens when a high-powered thug loses his fortune to an unlikely thief and the crazy series of events that follow. You'll find yourself tossed into a world of samurai swords, strip clubs, street gangs and more. Welcome to CA$HVILLE mother f*ckers.
Don't get tricked into thinking this is just another run-of-the-mill live festival video — which is unlikely, if you're aware that Jack Ü is the umlaut-empowered EDM tag team of Skrillex and Diplo. Anarchy soon reigns with animated bursts of madness and even a short BTS moment that would earn its place on any blooper reel.
Seeing as how most humans are befuddled by Riff Raff, what are the chances that aliens can make sense of it? Luckily, the Raffmaster is as compelling as ever here, decked out in ice (and Air Jawwdinz) and rocking a track catchy enough to even get the pets and insects bobbing along.