Mo Kolours :: Banana Wine
A very hypnotizing experimental tune accompanied by quite hypnotic found footage. I couldn’t explain any more than that if I tried, suffice to say that you should definitely watch this (perhaps while enjoying the first bong rip of the morning). However, if you really must know more, let’s turn to OkayAfrica.com
Mauritian experimental producer Mo Kolours drops a grainy, found-footage video for “Banana Wine”. The spliced vintage visuals span 1920s-50s scenes of ballroom dances, clips of “tribal natives”, and an aptly chosen images of Carmen Miranda — the famed Brazilian samba singer that was pinholed as a banana queen by 30s American media.
Actually quite informative. But I think they meant “pigeonholed”. Anyway, Thanks OkayAfrica for the original post!
If you like this video, you should go “Like” Mo Kolours on Facebook. Also check out the Banana Wine EP on Amazon!
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