Belgium’s Antilux are pulled around like puppets in this video for “Ophelia,” only to eventually become choked up in a black widow’s tangle of animated strings. This track comes from their remarkable upcoming album, Sleeping Below The Cloud, which is out on Boya Entertainment. Fully-formed and seemingly effortless in sound, the record is well worth checking out. You can stream the entire album below the video, and if you’re feeling lazy, I would highly recommend my favorite track, “Rettgun”, as a starting point.
Director : Boris Wilmot (collectf REANIMATION)
Ophelia : Laura Rodriguez
Full Album Stream
Kirin J. Callinan
I struggled a bit when deciding whether to post this video, as the track is, to me, about as obnoxious as it is fascinating. But that was overruled by the fact that this collaged, inverted trip of a video makes the track infinitely more psychedelic, commanding, and confusing. Sydney director Kris Moyes took this into his own hands and visualized it as a DIY and punk rock Lars Von Trier might. The best moments are when it is contains the most nudity and feels most displaced from daily happenings.
“Way To War” Music Video
Callinan’s upcoming 7″ single, W II W (Way To War) (any connection to the Liars record, one must wonder?) will be co-released on Terrible Records and Siberia Records, digitally on June 19th and on vinyl on July 31st. Track summaries below because they are interesting (and perhaps telling of the fact that this guy is a weirdo).
FROM THE PRESS RELEASE
“W II W” may be a synesthetic joyride to the frontline – voice, guitar and other machines painting the sonic image of war. All napalm, machine guns and loneliness, choppers and tracer bullets; you could be running for your life or gasping for your last breath. It’s perverted, raw and fun, and it’s the first single from Kirin J Callinan’s forthcoming debut solo album.
“W II W” and its accompanying B-side “Thighs” – the thematically related, lustful and deluded tale of a sexual predator.