DyE Fantasy Music Video. DyE’s Fantasy Music Video is directed Jérémie Périn. Fantasy‘s plot synopsis: “the video tells the story of a group of highschool kids ready for teenage mischief. They break into the local swimming pool intending a session of innocent nightswimming, in an awkward climate of romance and apprehension. What happens next is for you to discover here.”
I purposely used that header pic as not to give away what happens in this music video. Its a gross surprise. This music video is like a fusion of The Thing and Legend of the Overfiend (Chôjin densetsu Urotsukidôji). If the viewer has seen either or both, you know how this trip to the pool is going to turn out. Frak is this music video wrong but in every good way. This is what the new The Thing should be like: inventive, sick, and twisted.
On the artist and the album itself:
Under the guise of DyE we find ‘Taki 183,’ an enigmatic debut Album from Juan de Guillebon; long time bass player to the demanding training of the Parisian electronic scene – Joakim & The Disco, Botox and Maestro. DyE has said of ‘Taki 183’ that it ‘is a personal and progressive urban design’ already popular with artists as diverse as James Murphy, DJ Mehdi, Erol Alkan and James Holden. Sometimes dreamy electro-pop or excessive shoe gaze, and then often introverted dubstep and hallucinogenic nu-disco.
‘Taki 183’ was recorded using analogue equipment such as a Roland TR606, Moog Source and a Korg Poly Six into Pro-Tools. DyE plans to take the album on the road and is already booked at Social Club, Pompidou Centre and Le Machine.
Watch the DyE’s Fantasy music video below and leave your comments on it in the comments section.