Alice Springs electronica producer Resin Moon (aka Dave Crowe) has dropped a very cool retro music video for his sweet new track ‘The Middle‘, out now on YouTube.
‘The Middle‘ is the story of the artist’s move to Alice Springs (literally the middle of the country) 8 years ago and what keeps him living in the Centralian desert.
Building on his 2019 release ‘Bullet‘, the new track is a synth-pop retro cascade of dulcet tones and soothing lyrics that will transport you gently on the desert breeze to where Resin Moon wants to take you – to his adopted home amongst the sand, rocky hills, clear blue skies and wide open spaces he calls home and from where he derives so much of his artistic inspiration. The track has been getting attention on national music media and radio and was picked up immediately by Spotify‘s New Music Friday.
The video is equally inspiring and indeed inspired. Self-shot in Resin Moon’s studio in Alice Springs and with an additional dance sequence shot from a Darwin CBD balcony, the raw footage was sent to experimental artist Joseph Burgess (aka Unregistered Master Builder), who processed it through VHS tapes and re-projected it before filming it once again with noise and artefact inlays added. Burgess, now Brisbane-based, has lived in Alice Springs and no doubt has a feel for where Resin Moon is coming from with this project. The end result gives the video retro-parity with the music to form the perfect platform for the message. It is the sort of video that should end up being very familiar to those watching a certain late night music video show on a certain public broadcaster – watch it here:
You can catch up with the latest from Resin Moon on Spotify et al and at his label SING >><<<HUM:http://www.singhum.com/