The Young Punx perform a half hour live/DJ set at Nano Mugen Festival 2011, Yokohama Arena, with special guests Koko and Phonat. 30 minutes of 1080p HD Punx live goodness!
Guess what’s coming very soon… probably the greatest pop song ever about… um… muffs.
Provocative and outrageous, doing what they do best. The Young Punx team up with Dresden Dolls’ Amanda Palmer on their new collaborative single, ‘Map of Tasmania’.
Check out the hit new video which has received quarter of a million views in its first week online!
Buy the original video mix NOW from Amanda Palmer on iTunes. Exciting new remixes and guest vocals from Peaches coming in February on The Young Punx official release version.
Han Hoogerbrugge’s visuals for The Young Punx live show at SummerSonic 2010 converted into a nifty video. Play spot the Rock Star with Han’s unique illustrations and animations.
Simply beautiful video and audio mashup by Phil Retrospector taken from the awesome MASHED POPPED PUNKED Young Punx mashup album, which you can download here. 3 songs (Pixies, Goldfrapp and Young Punx), and 2 movies, creating something new and moving.
Something surreal and suspiciously sexy is going on in deep space as the Sugar Candy Robots climb aboard the space probe SuperNova to embark on their innuendo laden mission. More insanity from the mind of Dutch cult illustrator Han Hoogerbrugge in the video for The Young Punx electro disco j-pop featuring Laura Kidd on vocals.
A look behind the scenes at the making of The Young Punx new album Mashpop and Punkstep. What’s it all about?
The Young Punx rehearse the track “Like Dat” from their album Mashpop and Punkstep in January 2010. All instruments performed live. Count Bass D’s vocals added after as he was in a different country that day. Guthrie Govan on guitar. Filming and editing by James Cumpsty.
Studio footage from January 2010 rehearsal. All instruments recorded live in the room. Count Bass D’s vocals added after for context.
Watch Han Hoogerbrugge’s video for The Young Punx and Count Bass D’s epic collaboration.
Look behind the scenes at the making of the video for The Young Punx “Ready For The Fight (Feat. Count Bass D.)” including exclusive interview footage with cult Dutch animator and illustrator Han Hoogerbrugge about his vision and techniques.
On Wednesday 21st October 2009, at the BBC Electric Proms, Dizzee Rascal performed his first ever full length concert backed by a live band to widespread critical acclaim. That live band was made up from members of The Young Punx collective, plus Vula Malinga from Basement Jaxx, a 16 piece string section from The Heritage Orchestra and choristers from King’s College Cambridge, all under the musical direction of The Young Punx’s Hal Ritson.
Hal took 2 month’s off from Young Punx duties to get deep inside the world of Dizzee Rascal’s music, rebuilding 7 years worth of the grime superstar’s tracks in new and exciting ways to create an unforgettable night of live music. Though a Dizzee Rascal show through and through the night featured The Young Punx’s trademark genre defying attitude, reworking songs as metal, japanese classical music, country, flamenco, oldskool hip hop, organic drum and bass and much more!
On the 22nd and 25th September, Dizzee Rascal performed live on the UK’s most prestigious live music show “Later With Jools Holland” with a backing band consisting entirely of members of The Young Punx collective, plus Vula Malinga from Bassment Jaxx.
Chillin Wiv Da Man Dem
Can’t Tek No More
Watch Dizzee Rascal perform “Holiday” and “Bonkers” with The Young Punx as his backing band live on the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge with Jo Whiley. Recorded at Dizzee’s own studio. (video only works in the UK – sorry)
(The music starts at 1:30 if you want to fast forward through the talking))
Alex Reeves and Hal Ritson of The Young Punx bring a snare drum to a sticky end whilst jamming “Live, Large and In Charge” by Dizzee Rascal. (tech : Access Virus Polar and Korg Nanopad)
Alex Reeves and Hal Ritson of The Young Punx jam “Think” break live, using drums and the tiny Korg nano pad. Rehearsing for playing “oldskool” live with Dizzee Rascal in October.