Video of the Moment #2925: Resin Moon

By on Tuesday, 19th February 2019 at 6:00 pm

I will always treasure the two trips I’ve taken to Australia. It’s so far away, it feels you’re on another planet, except there is so much that seems familiar. One of these things is the music: the sounds and the artists bear resemblance to those of the lands that are much more familiar to me, but there’s also an exotic, alien quality to the sounds as well. Prior to BIGSOUND 2017 in Brisbane, Queensland, I previewed the appearance of Resin Moon, better known to his parents as electronic musician and producer Dave Crowe.

At the time I saw him play at Heya Bar, he favoured a NASA spacesuit-like outfit for live performances. Whether it’s because today’s VOTM was filmed in the summertime in Oz or he just got tired of looking like a spaceman, in the self-directed video for ‘Nothing to See’, he’s wearing athletic gear and sunnies and looking decidedly more chill. The synth-orientated song was released as a single last November, just as Australia and the Southern Hemisphere was heading into summer. Filmed in Crowe’s hometown of Alice Springs, Northern Territory, known for his hot, desert climate, it’s just the salve for those of us in the top half of the globe currently stuck in what has become a strange and unpredictable winter. Resin Moon’s debut album ‘Oscillations’ will be out on Alice Springs label Sing Hum on the 26th of April. Watch the video for ‘Nothing to See’ below.

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