Move Your Feet - Junior Senior
February 27, 2003 3:25 AM   Subscribe

Yay, after the flash fest that was Royksopp's 'Remind Me', here's anoter retro-pixel music video (and a damn catchy choon), from Junior Senior and it can be distributed freely too. "A Tummy Touch-esque slab of nu-disco breaks. The single The Avalanches forgot to make, slick discoid beats, wonderful smile-inducing vocal & beats to make you throw down the funk." according to
posted by MintSauce (7 comments total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
Video is available on my blog (link via my profile), if the site is timing out, as it did a lot for me.
posted by MintSauce at 3:26 AM on February 27, 2003

[this is good]
posted by Pretty_Generic at 4:00 AM on February 27, 2003

That was wunnerful, wunnferful. Thank you.
posted by VelvetHellvis at 5:19 AM on February 27, 2003

Fantastic fun. Sadly mired by the fact I saw the band first on Graham Norton. Oh, and the horrific 'Born Sloppy'.
I do wonder about these bands who emulate sampling technology with live instruments. Or were they just pretending to play? (Answers own question) Really playing it seems.

Give me TummyTouch, without the 'esque', and I am happy. Beautiful record label website (although not always up to date with news).
posted by asok at 5:31 AM on February 27, 2003

Thanks for the great videos MintSauce. Also worth checking out, is the video for Royksopp's "Eple", which is completely sans 'live video' as well.
posted by darainwa at 6:09 AM on February 27, 2003

We interrupt this discussion to add elpapacito statement: Royksopp rules. Thanks for your attention, you now can return to your daily navigation.
posted by elpapacito at 7:42 AM on February 27, 2003

I highly recommend purchasing the Röyksopp album (North American release), because in addition to the chill tunes on the album, it comes with a bonus disc of remixes and three excellent music videos: "Eple", "Remind Me" and "Poor Leno".
posted by Down10 at 1:25 PM on February 28, 2003

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