Fox/Soper Duo Opens Portals To Neon Realms In 'I' Video The synth/drum duo whirs and explodes like Sun Ra leading a psychotropic industrial punk band. Faces melt and blizzards dissolve ice mountains in Soper's video.
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Fox/Soper Duo Opens Portals To Neon Realms In 'I' Video

In Liturgy, Zs, Guardian Alien and any number of projects, Greg Fox breathes in his drums and exhales rumbling, monstrous, hypnotic rhythms. His new duo with the modular-synth player Ryan Soper buzzes and whirs and explodes like Sun Ra leading a psychotropic industrial punk band.

Soper does double duty as the video artist for the whirring "I." Ice mountains dissolve in a furious blizzard of sharp-edged geometric shapes and melted faces (both imagined and of the duo themselves) as next-dimensional eyes open portals to neon realms.

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