Los Angeles Post-Punker Nass Zuruck drops a risqué short film by Gabby Gonzales for the heady and addictive track “Distance” taken from the upcoming album “Plastic Love” scheduled to be released on October 18th onKbor Records and hush club ltd. (tape).
“Distance” radiates disconnected electronic idiosyncrasies that fuse heart-palpitating bass lines, airy, bright distorted synth strains, cool icy stabs, and steady tinny backbeats into intense droning and sparkling frequencies to surround distant aching male vocals, longing in desperate angsty obsessions, with the dim-lit nostalgia of twinkling twilight skies.
Art Haus clip by Gabby Gonzales transforms psychological wanderings into a surreal depiction of introverted dreams. Grainy, woven digital textures overlay a detached visual stream of consciousness to elicit intrigue and voyeuristic vibes. Mannequins transfix robotic stares over a topless beauty whose exotic dance sequence draws depth-defying distortions using negative light extractions, murky cloud formations, and geometric swathe insertions. An intoxicating flow of motion shines faceless shape-shifting dimensions atop a poised figure’s split-screen dissections, blurring red and blue auras into alternate visions and inverted perceptions of psychotropic sight.
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