The group, who topped the chart with 'Feel The Love' earlier this year, admitted that they still haven't got used to the idea of seeing themselves perform sets on television or the internet.
Asked if fans recording their sets adds more pressure to not muck up live sets, Piers Aggett told Digital Spy: "It does a little bit! We did a gig recently in Mallorca and the weirdest thing was that we could see ourselves on a little screen in the DJ booth.
"That was nerve-wracking and something we're definitely not used to!"
Speaking about Olly Murs's recent stage mishap where he fell down the stairs and videos appeared on YouTube almost immediately, Kesi Dryden said: "That just shows he's human!"
Aggett added: "That's the beauty of live [performances]. I think it's important that we still keep it up, because stuff like that happens."
Meanwhile, Rudimental recently teamed up with the HTC Desire C with Beats Audio mobile phone and are currently using the devices while on tour.
Talking about the progress of 21st Century sound technology, Aggett explained: "I think sound quality in modern technology is really important.
"We popped a few albums on our HTC Desire C and we listen to them on tour and the Beats Audio gives out an awesome vibe."
Watch the music video for Rudimental's 'Feel The Love' below: