Alongside the release of the already acclaimed Falling Down EP, Melbourne’s very own Suburban Spell issues the video for Natural Science. The solo work of Peter Endall, an electronic rhythm-fest awaits in the guise of classic acts such as Ultravox, Gary Numan, New Order, and Visage. Formerly of Schizo Scherzo, the veteran soundsmith has been surfing the new wave since its very beginning. Maybe the crest is new, maybe the water has receded a thousand times, but a classic is always a classic and with modern sensibilities running the show, good music always stays fresh. The video, made by Dingo Cross Films, was directed and produced by Cassie Dart and Paul Puccio.
A grabby snare-driven beat opens out with chunky bass synth sounds to fill the flow. A vocal begins, robotic elements chant the lines in format as the music bumps along on the catchy rhythm. Melodic drips on the keyboard add new levels of dance and sense to the pulsating story. The words draw on images of strange and true with equal imagination as the electronic sounds glisten and warp under the human pressure of feeling. A marching beat continues to plunge through the up and down waves of music as new and various tones escape the mix to celebrate their individuality.
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