Porter Robinson

Enter Porter Robinson's World Of Virtual Self With Incredible CGI Music Video For "Ghost Voices"

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It’s been just about four months since Porter Robinson debuted the first single from his Virtual Self side project, but he still has yet to slow down. Having recently released a futuristic music video for the song "Particle Arts" only to turn around and deliver an epic BBC Radio 1 Minimix, we’ve definitely been kept on our toes month-to-month. Today, Porter has continued his streak by sharing his second Virtual Self visual experience in the form of an official music video for his track “Ghost Voices”.

While the “Particle Arts” video seemed to yield a much more fantastical, futuristic vibe involving digital plants seemingly frozen in time - this latest feels almost eerily realistic. Set in a dark warehouse, littered with computers and oddly enough, ice, the video features the semi-transparent and sometimes faceless 3D physical forms of Porter’s Pathselector and technic-Angel egos. While we’re loving what we’ve seen of Virtual Self’s visuals so far, what’s special about this particular video is that both Pathselector and technic-Angel seem to be answering questions and interacting with fans in the comments. Check out the official video for “Ghost Voices” below and enjoy!

Virtual Self - Ghost Voices | Official Video

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Porter Robinson Returns As Virtual Self For Epic BBC Radio 1 Minimix

Virtual Self

We can’t get enough of Porter Robinson’s side project, Virtual Self. Since releasing his self titled EP under the new moniker back in November, to his debut live show and even a surprise performance on Holy Ship! 10.0, we’ve been keeping our ear to the ground in hopes of learning any new information on the project as it surfaces. And while details on future releases from Virtual Self are still sparse, today Porter has shared a snipped of what we can expect from his upcoming festival performances at Buku, Ultra and Bonnaroo, via a 5 Minute Minimix on BBC Radio 1.

This latest offering gives us even more of an insight into what inspired Porter to launch his new project. Featuring numerous eurodance, progressive house and J-pop singles from the early 2000’s, this mix will undoubtedly give you some Dance Dance Revolution vibes right away. As Porter has been attributing each of his Virtual Self releases to either his Pathselector or technic-Angel egos, this mix has been attributed to Pathselector. Stream the Minimix and check out it’s full tracklist below. Enjoy!

Virtual Self - BBC Radio 1 Annie Mac 5 Minute Minimix

  1. Pryda - Stay With Me
  2. Virtual Self - Ghost Voices
  3. Klanken - Vijf
  4. Push - Strange World (2000 Remake)
  5. enjoii - let u go
  6. Ayla - Ayla (Original Dj Taucher Mix)
  7. Utada Hikaru - Simple and Clean (Planitb Remix)
  8. Three Drives - Greece 2000 (Moonwatchers Remix)
  9. Hybrid - Finished Symphony (Original Mix)
  10. Tenth Planet - Ghosts (Vincent De Moor Original Mix)
  11. Burial - Temple Sleeper 
  12. Virtual Self - a.i.ngel (Become God) 


Porter Robinson Shares Futuristic Music Video For Side Project Virtual Self's Song "Particle Arts"

Virtual self particle arts

Porter Robinson has been busy lately. With the launch of his new side project Virtual Self, he dropped his first EP under the alias, played a New York show in a warehouse and made a surprise appearance on Holy Ship! 10.0. Now he’s shared the first visuals to go along with Virtual Self music. The first music video under the side project comes for his song “Particle Arts” and features CGI rendered plants and futuristic holograms pairing bright imagery with the versatile tune. Enjoy!

Virtual Self - Particle Arts

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