The latest single from the art-informed Posh Isolation outfit is accompanied by a high impact visual
This summer saw the initiation of Khalil, a brand new project from Nikolaj Vonsild, best known for being the driving force behind Copenhagen electronic outliers When Saints Go Machine. The Posh Isolation-signed three-piece, which also includes the talents of Simon Formann (Yen Towers, Age Coin) and Villads Klint aka Minais B, take high-def pop tropes as a jump-off point, using vocal FX and digital production tropes to explore ideas of romanticism through the lens of artificiality.
The video for Gigds, the latest single to be taken from debut album The Water We Drink, is far more visceral than the high art premise might lead you to believe. Edited by Ribka Pattinama Coleman, who has also worked with Iceage and Marching Church, it’s a distinctly murky affair that betrays the project’s alignment with experimental club production. Watch it above, exclusively on Crack Magazine.
The Water We Drink is out now on Posh Isolation.