Hyperactive Dubai-based producer Wriggly Scott has been releasing a new track every month in the lead up to his second E.P, slated for early 2012. This month’s offering is ‘Hierarchy/Anarchy’, a dark track built on a heavy beat. Says Wriggly Scott “I was influenced by the human ideas of war, greed, religion, and power. I tried to represent these huge themes with a big, menacing beat laid underneath a gloomy vocal sample”
‘Hierarchy/Anarchy’ is accompanied by a video from Beirut-based filmmaker Ghayyan Al Amine, part of the collective Shortfuse Film. Says Ghayyan : "I tried to match the sinister and dark feel of the song by thinking of a series of the darkest images I could think of unfolding before the eyes of a passive viewer. Most of the images are stolen either from YouTube, television or even from real life. The process of stealing was one of the most enjoyable film experiences I've had so far."
Presented alongside ‘Hierarchy/Anarchy’ is ‘Cattle Fodder’. As a response to the mainstream monopolizing of the music industry, Scott presents a metaphorical comparison between the everyday consumer and force-fed cattle. The track samples a scene from the classic film “Spartacus” and once again couples it with electronic bass and heavy percussion.
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