Watch the Video for "Trapper Keeper" From Lazer Sword's Low Limit
- Words: Patric Fallon
Now here's something that takes the whole played-out "face melting" thing to a new level. Low Limit, who doubles as one half of Lazer Sword, produced this track a while back before it was included on the inaugural Numbers release, The Golden Handshake EP, and now it's been given a fiery (literally speaking) music video courtesy of The No Problem. In the video for "Trapper Keeper," plastic miniatures of all shapes and sizes are shot close up with a macro lens, seemingly referencing the very micro-worlds that are created within Low Limit's beat-heavy productions. As LL's track grows in intensity, the air about the figurines starts to get a bit wavy from the heat and a few of them start to sag, all of which is merely a precursor to the entire setting bursting into flames and burning to a crisp.
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