Three weeks after releasing his beautiful single “Robonuthin,” Brooklyn’s Richie Quake follows it with a video that plays off of the concertedly lo-fi aesthetic he was cultivating when we first came across his music in late 2013. The mixture of colorful projections on a performing Quake, digital detritus, and a collection of elegant dancers makes for an odd, dissonant stew that fits the song’s strained nostalgia. Like a slipstream of images pulled from memory, it is a freely associative collection of shapes and bodies that seems a fitting visual extension of Quake’s referential, genre-blending music.

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