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We wouldn’t be surprised if Colin Nance dreams in zeros and ones.

Nance is a mainstay in the Okie electronic band The Gentle Art of Floating and his recent solo projects are like a one-man band M83.

So, it didn’t come as a surprise when Nance hopped into the Spy Van with an iPad and a boombox in tow.

The combination of cassette tape and his friend Pilar Pueyo made for one of the most inventive sessions we’ve had to date.

Check out some stills from the shoot after the jump…

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Wowzers, our brave producer totally made it into Automotive News Magazine.

The VDub Sessions were among one of the several Fowleresque things mentioned.

That same Vanagon also is home to the VDub Sessions, a video concert series. The recordings, more than 40 so far featuring local artists and touring national acts, are posted on Fowler VW’s YouTube channel.

We are pleased as punch to be mentioned and congratulate Jonathan on the rad article.

Edmond-based artist Tiffany Edwards hopped into a green 1977 Vanagon and shared her artwork with the VDub crew.

The original music you hear is by Derek Knowlton of The Pretty Black Chains.

Here’s the Vimeo version of this video if you are into that sort of thing.

The line between music and art gets a little more blurry thanks to Moses White.

The Oklahoma City-based artist visited with us at Live on the Plaza last month, and he shared his artwork in the Spy Wagon.

Give the episode a look see to learn how White combines his two loves.

Here’s the link to the Vimeo version if you’re into that sort of thing.