Crowd at burn warehouse party witness electronic music and street art collide for Guetta's new single Metropolis
LONDON - Last night, over 1000 fans of electronic music and street art witnessed an explosive creative collaboration when the two worlds collided at a warehouse party organized by burn -- a leading energy drink from The
The event marked a ground-breaking partnership between GRAMMY® award-winning DJ and producer David Guetta and Los Angeles-based Filmmaker and critically acclaimed Pop Artist Mr Brainwash aka Thierry Guetta. Transforming the exhibition space into the set for a music video shoot, footage from the night will be used for Guetta's new track 'Metropolis', which he has produced with up and coming superstar DJ Nicky Romero.
Mr Brainwash, together with boutique agency Deviant Ventures and What A Music directed the shoot, which included a two hour set from Guetta, back-to-back with a set from Nicky Romero and warm up by Turkish DJ Dogus Cabakcor.
David Guetta says, "Last night was incredible, unlike any event I have played before. I mean how often do you get to DJ with the Queen and Prince Philip, albeit a cardboard cut-out puppeteered by that crazy loveable mad man, Mr Brainwash? It's cool to do stuff that's a bit different and give something back to my fans. Burn have been brave enough to give me the opportunity to experiment and create through a unique video concept and I can use my platforms to share something I am super passionate about, street art."
Mr Brainwash says, "Working on this collaboration has been a liberating experience because burn has given myself and David a free reign on the creative process allowing us to both genuinely deliver a visionary music video for David's track Metropolis."
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Notes to editors
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Burn is a category leader in the global energy drink explosion. The red formula is a symbol of active fire, that provides Guetta & Guetta and other drinkers the energy needed to leave their original vision on the world. Dismantling category norms, consumers embody a live-out-loud mentality, without fear of boundaries created by society. Burn is a brand of The
About David Guetta
It has been a banner year for David Guetta since the August release of Nothing But The Beat . In the 7 months since release the album has sold 2.3 million albums and 14 million tracks. In addition to the GRAMMY® nomination for Best Dance Recording, the album was nominated for Best Dance/Electronica Album. It was also named the iTunes Rewind 2011 Best Dance Album. In October Guetta was named the #1 DJ in the world in the influential DJ Magazine Top 100 DJs poll, Guetta was also nominated for two MTV Europe Music Awards, a BRIT Award, an Echo Award, and a Victoires de la Musique Award. For more information on David Guetta, please visit: www.davidguetta.com, www.youtube.com/davidguetta, www.facebook.com/davidguetta, www.twitter.com/davidguetta, www.myspace.com/davidguetta
About Mr Brainwash and the exhibition
Mr Brainwash is the moniker of Los Angeles based filmmaker and Pop Artist Thierry Guetta. He is considered one of the most prolific and talked about artists of today with five major art shows under his belt already. On August 5th, Mr. Brainwash will embrace the global art scene by taking over The Old Sorting Office, a colossal space centrally located next to the British Museum at the corner of New Oxford Street and Museum Street in London, during the Olympics this summer. The Old Sorting Office will act as a canvas for Mr. Brainwash's latest original works in a larger than life exhibition that will be his first European show.
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