Exclusive Video: Alone In The Hollow Garden – Field of ∞ Dissolution

The main project of Dan Serbanescu nowadays seems to be Alone In The Hollow Garden, rather than Tanz Ohne Musik. Both him and his partner; whose main mission is to create visuals for the project, venture into a whole world of their own. Color Nurse is his visual aid in a rather dull world, taking care of the visual elements for both Alone In The Hollow Garden but also Tanz Ohne Musik. She’s in other words involved in what he’s doing, also with his own label Red Cavity Records. Creating professional music-videos, photographing different covers for releases, being in charge in general of the video department. Her visuals to the music that is made through Dan Serbanescus aliases, move forth in such a wonderful synchronization. Especially in regards to one of their latest music-videos, for the track “Field of ∞ Dissolution“, taken from the latest release by Alone In The Hollow Garden, titled “L . V . X .“. It’s the first track from that release and the video is as dark as it is mystic. Suggestive patterns move in and out in total disharmony with the paranoid music that has taken its form and refuge within power electronics. Clipped in images relieve one another in a totally erroneous fashion. Unorthodoxy is the main concept, between the shady lyrics that are put out vocally by Dan, and the fast-hitting but brooding electronics that hit as hard but inconvenient as possible. Repartiseraren got the opportunity to exclusively premiere this music-video for the readership. So check the music-video out and stream the whole album “L . V . X .” down below, plus the full song that I got a hold of for the blog-zine.

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