A provocative melange of sensual monochrome movie tones and an earful of glitchy funk hop, laid on by Austrian electronic pop producing artist Left Boy, makes for compelling listening and viewing.
Both mesmeric and soothing by its minimalistic cut of urban brooding beats and aesthetically alluring imagery, the electronic alchemy flows with a sassy sexual tension that quite intoxicates with a serotonin rush of heady bass pulses.
As much as the modelled, barely there little black dress leaves light work for the imagination, the visuals steam up in surreal innuendo bringing into full circle the glamour, the desirability and the electric current of smooth and deep bass intensity.
Stone me, with the crack of a rainstorm opener did I envisage a Justin Timberlake reminisce of “Cry Me A River”, and whilst not being so deeply urban grooved “Black Dress” does hold a certain candle to its hypnotic swagger.
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