Video: Dense & Pika "Move Your Body Back"
- Words: Leo Maymind
London techno duo Dense & Pika has put much emphasis on its reliance on analog and outboard gear to achieve a heavy, punishing sound, and the new video for the DJ/producers' recently released "Move Your Body Back" aims to extend this aesthetic choice to their visuals. Flat, grey imagery of soldiers, children in gas masks, and other scenes of war are overlaid by a grid and the occasional flash of Hotflush's logo. It certainly goes hand-in-hand with the thundering sub-kick and repeated chants of the track, though the obfuscating visuals do little else in adding to Dense & Pika's story. The duo's self-titled EP is available now on vinyl and digital via Hotflush.
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