Video: Natasha Kmeto "Dirty Mind Melt"
- Words: Rebecca Bratburd
Portland's Natasha Kmeto has shared a visual piece for "Dirty Mind Melt," the title track from her recently released EP for hometown label Dropping Gems. Artist Miko Revereza directed the nightmarish clip, utilizing a shaky, hand-held camera and jarring, rapid cuts from one scene to the next. The entire ordeal is drenched with an oversaturated hue of red, adding to the dizzying drama of "Dirty Mind Melt," which you can also download from us for free, here.
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