Indeed, last week BBC Radio 1 announced the winner of its own archive remix competition "Superstar VJs" that Addictive TV were one of the judges for, alongside Coldcut and Radio 1 DJ Annie Mac (the competition is the first step for the BBC in their wider initiative to open their archives over the coming years).
Over the years, the group has worked with artists as diverse as Howie B, Miss Kittin, 808 State and Kraftwerk's Karl Bartos. And as TV producers, they're behind the ITV1 music series Mixmasters, that's featured everyone from Plump DJs to Ellen Allien.
2005 has been busy for Addictive TV, performing AV sets all over the globe, they also helped launch Roland's new Edirol CG-8 visual synthesiser and in the summer organised the Optronica festival with the National Film Theatre, bringing both the UK premiere of DJ Spooky's Rebirth of a Nation and the World premiere of Warp act Plaid's new audiovisual show to London's bfi IMAX cinema.
Addictive TV's recent performance at the Amsterdam Dance Event electronic music conference proved massively popular, bringing praise from industry press: "a jaw-dropping demonstration of where technology can take us in the digital mix." we said here at Ibiza-Voice in our review of this year's mega successful ADE.
While US site Dancemusic.about.com said "The Addictive TV showcase was quite exceptional. To call that crew DJs or VJs seems like a misnomer or understatement. Watch out for these guys to usher in a new generation of music and video fusion."
November also saw Addictive TV signed up by leading creative studio Lost In Space for commercial work, adding them to their roster of cutting-edge graphic artists, CGI animators and film-makers.
Design gurus Lost in Space were behind the incredible Autechre video from Alex Rutterford for Warp.
This month Addictive TV fly east to play an audiovisual club set in Bangkok before flying onto other dates in China. You will hear more from the Audio/ Visual wizards soon...