Dizzee and his pals are gathering on the streets of London, all hooded-up, and the message is clear from the BBM message he sends at the start: RIOT!
Delta Heavy 'Get By' by Ian Robertson
Ian Robertson's brilliant stop-motion epic for Delta Heavy's Get By is a viral sensation, notching over two million views on YouTube in just over a week and it deserves every one of those - and the many more it will surely get.
Ian creates soundwave animations of the track from various well-known (and less well-known) toys including Connect4 and Subbutteo, but that's just the start. Then he gets the chopper out (and various other kitchen appliances) making mincemeat out of the Hungry Hippos, etc., like a dubstep butcher chopping up some new beats...
The stats behind the video are fairly mind-boggling too: 11,000 photos taken (over 3,000 used), 80 Rubik's Cubes used, 7 Hungry Hippos harmed, 32 days to shoot the thing... more figures and a making of film are on Making 'Get By' on Ian's website.
A man has a portable cassette player growing inside of him which is constantly playing Duke Dumont's Need U (100%) in Ian Robertson's brilliant video for the UK DJ/Producer.
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