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The Wisdom of ‘Star Trek’ Captain Jean-Luc Picard Set to an Electric Beat by Eclectic Method

Star Trek: The Next Generation character Captain Jean-Luc Picard, as portrayed by Sir Patrick Stewart, espouses some profound wisdom set to an electric beat by Eclectic Method. Picard shares his insights about the Universe as well as reminds people that he is the captain–all with a danceable beat.

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The Action-Packed ‘Terminator’ Film Series Remixed by Eclectic Method

DJ, producer, and remix artist Eclectic Method (a.k.a. “Jonny Wilson“) has recently created an awesome remix of the action-packed Terminator film series. The upcoming fifth film in the iconic sci-fi series, Terminator Genisys, is scheduled to release in theaters on July 1, 2015.

I’m a cybernetic organism. Living tissue over a metal endoskeleton.
I was originally designed for assassination missions.
Your clothes, your boots and your motor cycle… Give them to me.
Guess who’s back?

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A Remix Music Video by Eclectic Method of Epic Lightsaber Scenes From the Last Six ‘Star Wars’ Films

Eclectic Method has created a great remix of epic lightsaber scenes from the last six Star Wars films in their latest music video. This is one of a few remixes created by Eclectic Method in anticipation of Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens releasing at the end of 2015. The song is available to download online from SoundCloud.

‘A Brief History of House Music’, An Eclectic Method Remix Music Video Tracing the Roots of the Dance Music Genre

“A Brief History of House Music” is a documentary-style remix music video by Eclectic Method (previously) that charts the birth of the hugely popular electronic music genre using interviews with influential musicians and samples of 29 different tracks, sequenced in chronological order.

It opens with a healthy nod to the “disco” of Giorgio Moroder but then jumps to the more commonly referenced start of house music in the mid 80s at Chicago’s “Warehouse” club, where Frankie Knuckles kickstarted a global movement with two turntables and a party crowd enjoying a resurgence of LSD and its younger cousin Ecstasy that would help fuel a second summer of love for the rave generation.

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