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Geekologie Reader's Homemade DJ Light Stage

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Geekologie Reader (and half of DJ duo Skitzophonics) Stefan went and built this custom stage for when he and his bro Flip (the other half of Skitzophonics) perform. It lights up to the fresh beats they drop and mesmerizes audiences with f***ing rainbows and fades and all kinda shit that would make you puke your face off with happiness if you ever saw it live.

Presenting: The Paranormal Unicorn Stage


An audio-visual delicacy, the Paranormal Unicorn is a DJ stage custom made only for the juiciest of parties. Together with the DJ duo Skitzophonics, hundreds of hours of sweat, blood and alcohol were spent creating this sexy piece of eye candy.

Guys -- I want you to come play my next birthday party. And I'm not just saying that because nobody showed up last year and I'm hoping the music & light-show will draw a crowd, but it's worth a shot. Jesus -- anything's better than crying into an ice cream cake alone again. "Hey, at least you had an ice cream cake." *crying* I lied about the cake, okay?! It was a PB & J. :(

Hit the jump for a video of the stage doing its thing.

Youtube (with links to their info if you live in Vienna and want to check them out)

There are Comments.
  • Tawnie van den Born

    Sweet that they put it together themselves, I love when music and light meet. Though lots of other DJ's have similar set ups for their shows. Skrillex, Pretty Lights to name two off the top of my head.

  • hubja

    I'm dropping ambien and viagra.....this shit is tight! And I mean my pants....oh the lights were cool too.

  • Thanks for the overwhelmingly positive response guys :)  And yes, we control the whole thing live with some custom written software (towards the end, you can see me playing an APC40, we control it with that), so we can handle anything a DJ can throw at us. And yes, we agree that Amon Tobin's stage is the best DJ stage ever created.

  • Jason's Robot

    So does it have to be programmed ahead of time to prepared music or does it work with 'freestyle' dj'ing as impressively..?

  • Rebecca Chung

    Not bad, but it looks and sounds better when Amon Tobin does it...

  • Love how adding "by geekologie reader" makes everything much more impressive, because you know, people on Geekologie are assumed to have no abilities, that reading up on this blog somehow shows that one cannot do anything else wonderful that pops up on the interwebs

  • Nice!

  • These guys would be nuts as fuck live.

  • CLUBBING, now with more epilepsy... Yeah I know, I didn't think it was possible either

  • like the tune is it there own?

  • the song is called Spitfire and it's by Porter Robinson

  • Next time I try to coach a UFO to land I'll know who to call.

  • Davidsadi

    would have been much sweeter if it wasn't dubstep >.< play some tech house or minimal and ill fucking love it

  • lol "im not really into club music". thats not club music thats edm idiot. I'm so glad they were playing some dubstep with that light set up. i wish i was rolling at that stage. 

  • n_a_a_s

    Wow, fantastic work guys!  That is outstanding, very unique and a cool concept to add to a dj booth.  It's also nostalgic seeing 1200s AND those ortofons, those aren't around as much as they used to be

  • I'm not really into club music, but this set-up is awesome! These guys should go into freelance stage design; I'm sure bands/performers would like to have their expertise at their back.

  • Deluxe

  • Kathryn McLean

    I think I just had a mini seizure.  Love it!

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