Miami Band Out of the Anonymous Releases a Psychedelic Video For "This Should Be the Place"
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Henry Rajan's been involved in a myriad of projects. From punk to funk to lounge to rock to electric-futuristic Italo-disco, he's held down the bass for many down here. Buffalo Brown's been hot with the elasticity of the Elastic Bond as well as numerous one-offs and sandal-clad mosh-pits across the tropical-scape.
And Ulysses Perez ... lordy-lord, talk about going back home and redrawing the blueprints. This man's been a quiet part of South Florida's aural history for the last twenty-plus years, making electric amalgams of free-jazz, trip-hop, rock, and whatever-you-got. I've been sitting eagerly since 2004's Masked Media, a guided tour of low-ends and delicious cacophonies that define the very best of the genre, if you can even peg a genre on.
These are thought-out jams that belie a crux in the time-space continuum. It's not for us to understand. It is for us to enjoy. Let us rejoice within their timelines.
The animation at the beginning of their just released 8+ minute video of "This Should Be the Place" is so simple, it might as well be a part of South Park's opening credits. But then color treated trees jump into the shot, and a dizzying sample of landscapes and lamp posts take over. Should we be wearing 3-D glasses for this?
Check out the video below, and tell us what you think.