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Krump dancer Dexter stars in new music video from French experimentalists KLYMT

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A deep, endlessly intriguing world where there are no musical genres, only shifting sonic textures and styles. A musical pursuit that happens to engage us every single day here on IDIOTEQ. Based in Rouen (France), KLYMT, is the product of likeminded individuals tinged with indus and trip hop, mixing catchy melodies, haunted keyboards and reptilian guitars. Fed with the ghosts of Nine inch Nails, Portishead or Fever Ray,  their last records “Murder on the Beach” lets you dive into electronic atmospheres and interesting experimentation that remains stubbornly undefinable.

Today, we’re thrilled to give you the newest music video for the song “Blind Fish”, coming off of the latest album “Murder on the Beach” by KLYMT. The clip features Dexter, one of the greatest Krump dancers in the world.

“I discovered Krump through the Gaspard Noé Movie “Climax” and was very impressed by the power and the aggressivity of this dance.”, says Julien from KLYMT.


“I thought it would perfectly match with our music. So we started looking for a dancer and were so glad and honored that Dexter accept to do it. We let him choose the song and he chose “Blind Fish”. Dexter is incredible, All you see in the video is total improvisation.”

“We shot the video in an abandonned Block of a Psychiatric Hospital near Rouen.” – continues Julien.

“He was occupied for a while by art students who painted and “customized” each room. It’s a really crazy place. We wanted the video to be like a mental labyrinth and that was the perfect place for it!””


Check out the previously released music video for the album’s other single “Mood”:


Karol Kamiński

DIY rock music enthusiast and web-zine publisher from Warsaw, Poland. Supporting DIY ethics, local artists and promoting hardcore punk, rock, post rock and alternative music of all kinds via IDIOTEQ online channels.
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