Videogram is the alter ego of Swedish composer/producer Magnus Sellergren. The originator of the VHS-inspired horror synth sound, the project debuted with the "Charles Bronson" digital single and S/T album in 2014, coinciding with Doc Terror's Italian Horror Week.
Drawing inspiration from various movie genres of the 1980s, Videogram's musical style attempts to capture the era's atmosphere, emulating and celebrating both the electronic music scores of science fiction, action, and horror films as well as the VHS format. Since 2014 the project has received coverage from the international horror community and other pop culture media, with Videogram appearing in interviews with and being featured in The A.V. Club, Bloody Disgusting, Cinema Retro, Lunchmeat VHS, Rue Morgue, and Starburst and Uncovering Stranger Things: Essays on Eighties Nostalgia, Cynicism and Innocence in the Series by author Kevin J. Wetmore Jr.
In 2017 Videogram's music appeared on the Rue Morgue compilation They Came From Rue Morgue and Vestra Pictures documentaries VHS Lives: A Schlockumentary and VHS Lives 2: Undead Format.
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