Sculpture - "What It's Like Most of the Time" (video)

by Timothy Gabriele

14 March 2011

 

Sculpture paints the turntable as a roulette wheel as a rotary phone as infinite other things as the hypnotic spinning plates drive sensory overload into your frontal lobe. The music by Dan Hayhurst is an unstable mix of percussive loops and ramshackle found sound completely in line with the visuals. It’s pretty bold to call your outfit Sculpture, but in this case it seems pretty apt.

Topics: sculpture
 

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