Blame feat. Ruff Sqwad - "On My Own" (video)

by Timothy Gabriele

4 October 2010

 

Yes, this is the same Blame (Conrad Shafie) who used to cut insane jungle anthem like “Music Takes You” and “Antemia (with Justice)” on Moving Shadow, now with Tinchy Stryder and company singing over a decidedly nu-trance commercial backdrop as grime continues to seek its place on alongside radio-friendly pop mostly by mimicry. The astronaut in the video, alone at what seems like the end of the world seems a nice, if out of place, post-apocalyptic touch, but the concept is ruined by the arrival of unexpected visitors. Is this trash or not? I can’t decide.

 

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