Video: LPZ "1983"
- Words: James Eaton
South American production trio LPZ just dropped its new EP, 1983, via London's Body Work label. Ahead of that release, we were already treated to the slow-mo acid house of "Snake & Butterfish", and now we get this bit of classic visuals for the record's jacking title track. The piece, which is essentially a melange of vintage dance clips and workout video snippets from a number of VHS tapes, was put together by LPZ's friend Ely Dagher of Beaver & Beaver. "1983"'s old-school house vibes and analog sound make for a perfect match to Dagher's fuzzy found footage.
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