Black Needle Noise releases ‘SyStem Bi’ with Senegal’s Fakeba with Video by Gina Czarnecki
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Black Needle Noise Records, in association with No Devotion Records, presents the new Black Needle Noise single ‘SyStem Bi’ feat.Fakeba. Based in Dakar, Senegal, Fakeba makes electronic music and sings in her native Wolof – the language of Senegal, Gambia and Mauritania.
The accompanying video was made possible thanks to Gina Czarnecki, who allowed use of footage from her film ‘Spintex’, which builds upon her career and experience of working with dance, film, theatre, sound and installation. This film is an attempt to encapsulate the multiple, interconnected daily rhythms of physicality and mortality that resonate in the surrounding environment and the dance, based on a real-time transition from day to night.
The processes of electronic recording, reproduction and disintegration are used to give the film rich digital surfaces. The images appear to dissolve within the noise and pixels of these surfaces, emerging with striking effect, before becoming highly textured again. The flickering pulse underlying these transformations is resounding, deep, immersive and total.
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