Crazy Techno Music Videos You Need to See

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If you love techno music, then you’ll definitely want to check out these videos! They’re all super creative and totally crazy!

The Best of the Best

Techno music videos are becoming more and more popular, and there are some truly amazing ones out there. If you’re a fan of techno music, or even if you’re just curious, you need to check out these videos. They’ll blow your mind!

“Bleep” by Aphex Twin

This is one of the most iconic techno music videos of all time, and for good reason. The visuals are both trippy and unsettling, perfectly complementing the industrial soundscape of the track. If you’re a fan of Aphex Twin or techno music in general, this is a must-watch.

“Windowlicker” by Aphex Twin

“Windowlicker” is a song by British electronic musician Richard D. James, better known by his stage name Aphex Twin. It was released as a single in March 1999, and peaked at number 22 on the UK Singles Chart. The song caused controversy upon its release due to its disturbing music video, which features close-up footage of young women licking windows.

The song’s title is a reference to the windowlickers, a term used to describe people who lick windows for sexual gratification. The track’s music video, directed by Chris Cunningham, is considered one of the best music videos of all time; it won the 2000 MTV Video Music Award for Best Editing and was nominated for Best Special Effects.

“Come to Daddy” by Aphex Twin

This is one of the most iconic and influential techno music videos of all time. It was directed by Chris Cunningham, who also did the videos for “Windowlicker” and “Rubber Johnny.” The video features a close-up of Aphex Twin (aka Richard D. James) rapping and singing in a distorted, high-pitched voice. It’s oddly captivating and slightly disturbing all at the same time.

The Rest of the Best

If you thought the first two videos were good, just wait until you see these. These techno music videos are some of the most creative, weird, and mind-bending music videos out there. You won’t be able to look away.

“Strobe” by Deadmau5

“Strobe” is a song by Canadian electronic music producer Deadmau5. The song was released as the fourth single from his album, For Lack of a Better Name, on September 22, 2009.

The song is notable for its usage of a strobe light throughout the video, which has been known to induce seizures in people with photosensitive epilepsy. As a result, the video has been banned from airplay on MTV and other music channels.

“Ghosts ‘n’ Stuff” by Deadmau5

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Deadmau5 is a Canadian DJ and electronic music producer. “Ghosts ‘n’ Stuff” is a song from his second studio album, Random Album Title. The song was released as a single on October 27, 2008, and the accompanying music video was released on December 2, 2008.

The video features Deadmau5 in a club environment, surrounded by dancers and special effects. It was directed by Paul Boyd and produced by Blue Microphones.

“I Remember” by Deadmau5

This is one of the best techno music videos out there, period. The song is catchy and the video is awesome. It features a bunch of animals in costumes dancing around and having a great time.

The Worst of the Best

Techno music videos are known for being strange, and sometimes they can be absolutely bizarre. However, there are a few that stand out from the rest. Here are some of the craziest techno music videos you need to see.

“Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger” by Daft Punk

This music video by Daft Punk is one of the most iconic of all time. It features the robots dancing in a club, and the visual effects are truly groundbreaking.

“Around the World” by Daft Punk

Daft Punk is a French electronic music duo that formed in 1993. The duo is composed of Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter. They achieved popularity in the late 1990s as part of the French house movement; they also had success in the years following, combining elements of house with synth-pop. Their song “Around the World” was a top 10 hit in several countries, including Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom. In addition to their success as a duo, Daft Punk also produced tracks for other artists including: About You Now by Sugababes; I Gotta Feeling by The Black Eyed Peas; Starlight by Muse and Too Long by Steam Machine.

The music video for “Around the World” was directed by Michel Gondry and was released in 1997. The video features Daft Punk performing in front of a number of different backdrops, including an editing room, a carrousel and an inflatable castle. The video received positive reviews from critics, who praised its creativity and visuals.

“Robot Rock” by Daft Punk

“Robot Rock” by Daft Punk is one of the craziest and most iconic techno music videos of all time. The video features the French duo dancing and performing in a highly stylized and choreographed manner, while surrounded by a multitude of Robots. The video is set in a futuristic world where Robots have taken over and are the dominant species.

The video was directed by Daft Punk themselves, and was released in 2005. It has since gone on to become one of the most iconic and beloved techno music videos of all time, cementing Daft Punk’s place as one of the genre’s most innovative and influential artists.

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