Visionist - No Idols

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VISIONIST - No Idols (Official Video)

Taken from ‘Value’ released 20th October 2017 via Big Dada.

Director: Teri Varhol
Costume: Amesh Wijesekera,
Jewellery: Jordan Jon Hodgson, Roxanne Farahmand
Commissioned for Big Dada

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London-based producer of dark, experimental grime.

Visionist (Louis Carnell) has been a fixture of London's "future bass" scene since the early 2010s, continually pushing his fusion of grime, dubstep, and U.K. garage into challenging and exciting directions. His tracks combine complex beat patterns, chopped-up vocal samples, and cavernous bass tones, often incorporating gunshots and other harsh sounds. Since first gaining exposure on London's pioneering dance radio station Rinse FM in 2010, Visionist began racking up gigs worldwide and releasing digital and vinyl releases on labels such as Left Blank, 92 Points, and Signal Life. He founded a digital label called Lost Codes in 2012, and contributed a remix to its first release, Unknown Vectors by experimental grime producer Sd Laika. Appearances followed on grime compilations released by Big Dada (Grime 2.0) and Keysound (Keysound Allstars, Vol. 1 and Vol. 2, This Is How We Roll), and 12" releases surfaced on Leisure System (Snakes), Ramp Recordings ("M"/"Secrets"), and Lit City Trax (two volumes of I'm Fine). Visionist relaunched Lost Codes as simply Codes in 2015, releasing 12" EPs by Acre/Filter Dread and Kamixlo. Also that year, he released his darkest and most experimental work to date, the full-length debut Safe, on Bill Kouligas' Pan label.
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