This rare footage has been compiled from a full-length show at the Phoenix Theater in Petaluma, CA in 1980. Songs include Its Not Right, Pink Pussycat, Whip It, Girl U Want, (I Cant Get No) Sa...Read More
"In January of '96, we closed Sundance Film Festival. We wore 20s style prison suits and dished out classic DEVO songs to an unsuspecting audience of Hollywood elite," Devo's Jerry Casale tells...Read More
Devo, the seminal concept band, made a career out of setting to music video their dada-gone-camp theory of De-Evolution and its rebuke of corporate culture. This is a comprehensive collection o...Read More
The Men Who Make the Music combines concert footage from DEVO's 1978 tour with music videos and testimonials featuring a vague story about DEVO's rocky relationship with "Big Entertainment."
"From a stage super-heated by over-the-top, rock 'n roll cliche lighting, DEVO faced a sea of Asian Gen X'ers in a 100 degree plus fahrenheit venue in the bowels of Tokyo, Japan. The crowd was ...Read More
Legendary director Jess Franco takes on the Tarzan legend with pure exploitation glee. A big game hunter leads members of a family deep into the jungle in search of lost treasure, and for a gir...Read More
Through an online contest, six fans are selected to film Dinosaur Jr. performing "Bug" in its entirety at the 9:30 Club in Washington DC, June 2011. Under the awesome direction of Dave Markey ...Read More
American media theorist and writer Douglas Rushkoff's talk at DisinfoCon, 2000.
Performance and visual artist Joe Coleman's talk at DisinfoCon, 2000.
Experimental filmmaker and author Kenneth Anger's talk (discussing the work of Alistair Crowley) at DisinfoCon, 2000.
Futurist and Inventor Mark Pesce's talk at DisinfoCon, 2000.
Richard Metzger's opening remarks at DisinfoCon, held on February 19th, 2000 in New York City's then Hammerstein Ballroom. The event was described by The New York Times as "Cyberpalooza."
Ann Magnuson introduction and Kembra Pfahler's "The Girls of Karen Black" for DisinfoCon, 2000
Journalist Adam Parfrey's talk at DisinfoCon, 2000.
Scottish comic book writer and playwright Grant Morrison's talk at DisinfoCon, 2000.
"Punk Rock 60 Minutes" – Wired Magazine. Lost treasures from Dangerous Minds creator Richard Metzger's never-aired alternative docu-series. Featuring a studio visit with artist Joe Coleman, CI...Read More
A look at conspiracy theory The Montauk Project, America’s satanic cult movement, how to build a working time machine and LA’s fetish ball.
Interview with comic book icon Grant Morrison, outer space mercenary Rocket Boy, Cinema of Transgression’s Kembra Pfahler, and robot sex.
Wrecker of civilization Genesis P-Orridge, the comic-book life of Mr. Awesome and paganism in traditional religious iconography.