♫♪  Eric Copeland - “Fresco” [dir. Aaron Anderson of Beat Detectives]

All you TMT dorks are going to love this one.

Avant-pop extraordinaire Eric Copeland (of Black Dice and Terrestrial Tones) has teamed up with Aaron Anderson (Beat Detectives) and Eric Timothy Carlson for the release of a beautifully horrific video collage for his track “Fresco.”

Here are some things to look out for in this one: A tripped-out Dopey the dwarf, stills from what we can only assume is Akira, an alarming amount of eyes (a symbol, perhaps?), a passage from Guy Debord & Gil J. Wolman’s A User’s Guide to Détournement, a nanosecond-long shot of Bugs Bunny, and more circles than you’ll know what to make of. Try and spot them all!

“Fresco” is off of Copeland’s latest album, Trogg Modal Vol. 1, which is out worldwide on DFA Records. Check out the video below, and keep your eyes peeled for a forthcoming remix from Parris of Copeland’s track “Heads.”

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