The latest installment of The Untz's Premiere Week features the audio and video remix gurus Eclectic Method. The UK trio of Jonny Wilson, Ian Edgar, and Geoff Gamlen first gained notoriety in 2002, with an audio/visual mashup of the Beastie Boys' "Intergalactic" with U2's "Mysterious Ways." Since then, they have worked with XL Records, Motown, the Marley estate and others combining M.I.A., the White Stripes, and a plethora of disparate acts. Their latest viral sensation pits Charlie Sheen's antics against the backdrop of the Oscar-winning King's Speech.
"Outta Sight" is the debut single from Eclectic Method. The boys in the band were featured alongside Chuck D of Public Enemy and Clyde Stubblefield, James Brown's funky drummer, in a documentary about sampling in hip-hop, Copyright Criminals. EM made their television debut on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to perform with Chuck D, Stubblefield, and ?uestlove and Blackthought of The Roots to celebrate the film. Now an avid supporter of EM, Chuck D lent his vocal talents to this debut track from the trio. Peep this world premiere of the Panic Bomber remix of "Outta Sight." This Miami-based producer's rehashing of the track brings a subtle dancehall vibe while keeping the hip-hop spirit.
Eclectic Method - Outta Sight (Panic Bomber Remix)
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