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Eclectic Method


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Eclectic Method (aka Jonny Wilson) started out as a digital outlaw who spliced together music, TV and film and set it to high-energy dance beats. Jonny worked frequently with Brian Eno and others growing up between London and post-war Bosnia, and when he started Eclectic Method, he created a project so progressive that the simple tag of VJ would never do. Wilson constantly pushes the technology to improve video remixing and create compositions that perk ears, move feet and capture moments in time. The video mixtapes and performances are wildly entertaining, but the unique format also allows Eclectic Method to be a digital curator of trending pop culture.

“Pop culture is reflected in the music of the moment, and EM can do what other DJs and visual artists cannot, which is bring it all together in real time,” explains Wilson, now based in New Orleans. “I can take films and zeitgeist moments, like President Obama singing or a crazy new Charlie Sheen interview, and put it out there right away in music form.”

Eclectic Method accomplishes this vision on a global level. Wilson’s remixes have appeared on The Colbert Report and CNN, and EM joined Chuck D, Questlove and the funky drummer Clyde Stubblefield for a live performance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. U2, Fatboy Slim and Phish all sought out the Method to create official video remixes, and the press has called EM “internet genius” (Campbell Brown), “remix king” (DJ Magazine) and the “future” (Wired).


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