Velour Modular – Struck / Turpentine (Prod. by Phon.o)

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Cr2U are proud to present visual artist and singer/songwriter Velour Modular to the fold with her 2 track single – Struck / Turpentine. The first of a 2 part release, which sees a further 2 track release later this year, this collection of 4 tracks has been produced by respected Berlin-based producer and long time collaborator phon.o (50 Weapons, Boyz Noize).

DIRECTED BY CESAR LOVE ALEXANDRE:
“STRUCK is a story about camboys, boys that get « tokens », virtual money, by filming themselves doing various types of activities the viewers asked them to do. It is about the relationship our generation entertains with technology, especially concerningself-image. Our main character is a camboy, who’s filming his entire life through his computer. It’s about his relation to this activity and how it slowly evolves from being just for fun to being an actual transaction, a job. It also explores the ideas of gender, sexual orientation, and stereotypes that are evolving nowadays and becoming blurry, through the freedom of expression and exhibition internet offers.”

Struck:

Turpentine:

After bursting onto the underground scene with her debut EP – gaining support from the likes of Noisey/Vice, The Guardian, The Line of Best Fit, along with Radio 1 plays and support from the fashion/visual art blog tastemakers such as Hunger Magazine and Wonderland – it’s clear that the partnership with phon.o will pack a punch once again and the deep, dark and moody sounds of Struck & Turpentine will resonate throughout.

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Posted on June 3, 2016, in stream, video and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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