Tuesday, 22 November 2011

-Music Videos on my Mind- Duck Sauce’s “Big Bad Wolf”

American-Canadian house group Duck Sauce is a strange breed indeed. The group consists of club legends Armand Van Helden and A-Trak, both big dance producers in their own right having remixed songs for artists as diverse as Tori Amos, Kanye West and Kid Cudi.

Duck Sauce's previous effort was the annoying dance tune Barbara Streisand, which was a monstrous success here in Europe (no accounting for taste in these parts), but its new single Big Bad Wolf has struggled to gain comparable traction.

Truth is, Duck Sauce seem nothing more than a novelty project that peddles out gimmicky house numbers appealing to kids who can't dance and, instead, prefer to drunkenly shout out cheap catchphrases when out clubbing. (You know who you are.)

In an effort to boost Big Bad Woolf's appeal, Duck Sauce has commissioned an absurdly surreal music video which Billboard describes as "the most disturbing [and] frightening video of 2011."

Directed by Keith Schofield, Big Bad Wolf gives a whole new meaning to the concept of being a 'dickhead'. (You know who you are.)


  1. This isn't my type of music, but holy cow...that video.

  2. "appealing to kids who can't dance" he he he :) You've summarized the whole music scene in one sentence :)

  3. Oh no...! Don't tell me Canadians had something to do with that annoying Streisand tune. Ah!

  4. Of course US consumers still have "money" to spend!! And by "money" I mean "non-existent funds that are believed to be real due to numerical images, and credit cards."

    And actually - black as in bleak! Very bleak!

    but you know.

    Spend away! American tradition after all.

    Me, I slept in.

    And omg. this VIDEO!!!

    I just want to know what man agreed to have his head there.

  5. Ummm disturbing is an understatement. I don't even want to KNOW how they made the special effects for that video.