Video Premiere: Iron Curtis "O'Hare"
- Words: Nathan Albert
Berlin's Iron Curtis—who we once tabbed as a Bubblin' artist—has continued putting out a steady stream of quality deep-house tracks over the past few years. The producer is currently readying a full-length for Mirau for late Spring, and he has shared with us an advance offering from that LP in the form of a music video for a new song, "O'Hare." The clip, which features an animated jellyfish brought to life, is a collaboration between Iron Curtis and two German visual artists, Herr Müller and Martin Sulzer. Both the track and the video exude a dark, mesmerizing, groove, but as this jellyfish finally learns to swim deeper into the bowels of house, Curtis' tune grinds to a halt, and we are brought back to the surface.
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