Eclectic Method have long been at the forefront of visual-audio music production and performance. Since their beginnings in London in 2001, EM have toured the world with their live kinetic video DJ show, playing from Cannes to Bonnaroo, Sundance to Oxegen, Summit Series to Camp Bisco, Terminal 5 to the Warfield, Avalon to Bowery Ballroom and countless more. They have been commissioned as remix producers by the likes of U2, Public Enemy, Phish, and Fatboy Slim and have collaborated on projects with Chuck D, Donald Glover, Reggie Watts, J-Live, and many more.
As the name suggests, every type, form, and style of media is on the chopping block for EM. Their output most infamously includes cutting and re-composing video and audio clips from music videos, film, TV, video games, into new forms of visual meta-pop mania. It’s all too easy to call EM’s work “mashup,” yet with the real-time narrative, visceral culture smashing and twisted, witty sense of humor, the Method is more transmedia hurricane then DJ or producer.
Now based in Brooklyn and led by founding member Jonny Wilson, EM draws on a host of international design and production talent. With live audiovisual dance parties, award-winning viral videos, and original dance music releases, EM is the quintessential artist of the digital generation.