PREMIERE: Leo Abrahams Finds the Cosmos in a Slipmat in “Theory for Large Molecules” Video
The frequent Eno collaborator gets plenty spacey on his own.
In the meantime, he’s got a new EP, Halo Effect, which is out now on Lo Recordings. He released the title track as a single a few weeks ago, and now we have the premiere of the video for that song’s b-side, “Theory for Large Molecules.” The video, which was created by glitch-driven video artist Vesna Krebs, centers on a spinning turntable that follows Abrahams’ oscillating bleeps and sketchy guitar leads into a cosmic rabbit hole. The heavily chopped and beat-driven guitars are reminiscent of last year’s Eno/Karl Hyde collaboration High Life, on which Abrahams himself played.
Halo Effect is out now on Lo Recordings. Abrahams’ new LP will be out in November.