Discrete’s Video for “In My Room” is an Urban Subterranean Science Fiction Horror Story

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Discrete, photo courtesy the artist

Working with Colin Greenwood, Toronto’s Kyle Yip has created a song and video called “In My Room” that sonically and visually feels like clandestine and arcane work in hidden places. The single bell tone marking time, the collage of metronomic percussion and tones, the nearly whispered vocals—all contributing to an evolving narrative wherein our usual rational methods of measure and assessing our reality come up wanting as we encounter higher or unhitherto known aspects of the universe around us. The video is like a David Cronenberg and Chris Cunningham science fiction/horror mash-up, the music like Aphex Twin gone minimal and mutated directly by aesthetics of free jazz. Watch the video on YouTube and follow Discrete at the links below including that of his music imprint Savvy Records.

savvyrecords.biz
soundcloud.com/discrete
twitter.com/_Discrete
facebook.com/DJDiscrete
instagram.com/kylepyip

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