29.10.09 by Jeff

Basement Jaxx / My Turn

Basement Jaxx feat. Lightspeed Champion, My Turn. Directed by Tomek Ducki. Really odd styles to mash together but somehow this video works brilliantly.

basement jaxx lightspeed champion my turn video

Watch the video below!


Basement Jaxx

Lightspeed Champion













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • it’s nice to hear a basement jaxx song that doesn’t have 5 trillion things going on in it. really like this song

  • This song and video concept is amazing.

  • Savannah

    digging the song in a big way. plus those dancing bears made me giggle my pants off. even though as a rule, i’m not a huge fan of videos with dancing cartoon animals in the mix.

  • Oh god yes.

  • Champagne

    FUN~
    i love me some dancing bears alongside men wearing large glasses and tophats!!!! god, so original—LOOOVE YUUU BASEMENT JAXX! love love love love love it!

  • Maw

    trippy, great rhythm, and he has such a good voice.

  • Miss L

    Thank you for sharing that! Really beautiful!

  • A fantastic video! A great accompaniment to a great song.

  • MND

    I swear I’ve had a dream like this





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