We here at Offworld are big fans of LA radio collective Dublab and its unbelievably stellar line-up of associates. Most recently, its VisionVersion project — in which its “collective of directors film amazing artists performing live in exciting locations around Los Angeles” — has spawned a fantastic set of videos featuring Offworld top-fave bands like Why? [watch here] and Daedelus [watch here in awe of his Tenori-On like magic Monome box].
So we’re quite excited to partner with Dublab to debut the latest in its VisionVersion line, Wham City artist Benny ‘Adventure‘ Boeldt doing a live version of his low-bit-inspired hit “Poison Diamonds.”
It’s not just the sound that’s near and dear to our hearts, though: the video was filmed at Glendale, CA retro-gamer paradise Vintage Arcade Superstore and is coated in appropriately fuzzy Betamax corruption. That the track opens and closes with a Roy Batty sample from Offworld’s namesake is just icing.
See more of Dublab’s VisionVersion lineup via its official page, let its dubstream be your new favorite internet radio station, and don’t miss Computer Jay’s bent Atari 2600 performance from the dublab archives. Thanks much to Frosty and Gus for hooking this up!
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