Rvng was never meant for what it was originally intended but was always meant well . Or at least to serve as some blaring distraction from what they told us was cool. We don’t intend to tell you what’s cool ‘cus we have no fucking idea. We have friends we support by releasing records and throwing parties every now and again. You’re likely to be one ’em if you live outside of this screen and participate in a bigger, radder world. It’s ours for the taking, friends. It’s ours for Rvng.
Framing Seifu’s track’s slow and steady transformation from an austere, stripped-back opening sequence to a stunningly emotional vox-led trance, Scott & Ayles’ video rolls out a kaleidoscopic collage of elements and textures morphing in one smooth, mesmeric movement of camera. Simply breathtaking.
First released in 1985, the collaboration between conceptual artist Anna Homler and experimental composer Steve Moshier took a piece of performance art out of the gallery and translated it to a permanent, universal medium.
Mikael Seifu’s new effort ‘Zelalem’, a five-track EP is scheduled for release on 4th March 2016. The record will come out along with a limited edition mixtape of traditional Ethiopian and African folk music.