New Zealand musician Nigel Stanford’s electronic track is made complete through a series of visual experiments which demonstrate the interaction between sound and matter – augmenting his music with fire, sand, fluids, and electricity.
Jason Eisener’s music video for Want to Believe feels like the spiritual successor to classic 1980s kid’s adventure movies like The Goonies and Explorers, while Aucoin’s synth pop anthem itself is just infectious as hell.
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