Luke Vibert Drops Entrancing Video for "Acage"
- Words: Glenn Jackson
A standout from Luke Vibert's acid-laced Ridmik LP (released last week via Hypercolour), the swinging "Acage" has recieved a video treatment. One of the record's funkier efforts, the low-swung bass and lazy chords of "Acage" are accompanied by entrancing bits of augmented reality. Giant flocks of birds are manipulated into ever-changing shapes, and then used to turn the lines between telephone poles into increasingly twisted patterns throughout the piece. Vibert's new clip can be watched in full below.
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