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Thursday, June 9, 2011

Premiere: Watch Antonionian's Entrancing New Video for "Into the Night"

Posted By on Thu, Jun 9, 2011 at 11:14 AM

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You can feel the Prince vibes oozing out of "Into the Night" -- easily our favorite cut from Antonionian's self-titled Anticon debut, out last year. Yet somehow Oakland's Jordan Dalrymple winds a little teutonic synth-pop around those obvious phat funk grooves and pinchy vocals, and the result is a pretty sweet mesh of the familiar and the fresh.

Here we've got the first look at the new, Terri Loewenthal-directed clip for "Into the Night," which is, by our interpetation, an eerie demonstration of the life-giving power of a delicious groove. Maybe we saw this movie too many times, but there's a definite Ring quality to this video as well, which is cool. Watch as Antonionian's jam brings one girl's life into full color, after the jump.

Now viddy this:

Antonionian - "Into The Night" from anticon. on Vimeo.

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