Alternative-electronic duo MUX combines the use of guitar, vocals, synthesizers and drum machines to create their own exploratory and unique blend of gritty alternative music and electronica.
Their latest release is a catchy dance track “Got It Here” already became the highest new entry on Indie Top 39 and now the duo introduced a stunning 360 video.
The duo manages to blend such sophisticated genres and sounds with our most primal aptitudes creating a gritty complexion that can’t be wiped away in a hurry.
Let’s talk about the song
We are heavily influenced by electronic music. However, the only big thing that was missing from our songs was a section that allowed people to go wild and dance to it.
That’s why for “Got It Here” we decided to have the main section of the song without any vocals, which is something very common in electronic music but rarely heard in rock/indie.
Another thing we borrowed from electronic music is the structure. There is no more verse or chorus; there is just the song. Singing in this song has been heavily influenced by the singer from Girl Band and Arctic Monkeys.
Congrats! The video is mental. I’ve never seen anything like this in my life. How did you come up with the idea?
We wanted to reflect the craziness and the idiosyncrasy of the song by using a technique that I’ve never seen used before.
Yes sure, 360 tiny planet videos exist, but this is not just a tiny planet, it’s way more. The camera was sort of an eye floating in the space above us while we were playing. Surprisingly it’s a very cheap video shot and edited by Tiziano with a single 360 camera and lots and lots of patience.