Animal Collective chose the noise rock band, Black Dice, to create a 70-minute visual experience for their Coachella set—their largest show to date. Using everything from old movie clips to simple splashes of color, Black Dice created both the organic and fluid lo-fi projections that made up the finished product, Jumbletron, as well as the cube screens that were suspended above the band. Approaching video mixing in the same way as they approach their music, Black Dice was open to using anything as a source—including plugging a mixer into itself and looping feedback paths, while avoiding making a “big, goofy, cartoony looking thing.” Go behind the scenes with Black Dice and Animal Collective as they talk about their history, aesthetic styles, and Black Dice’s goal to “affect people’s eyes in a long-term way.”moreless
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