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Must-Watch Music Videos: Pyramid Vritra Spools Juxtaposition

8 May 2014 4:30 PM, PDT | Tubefilter.com | See recent Tubefilter News news »

Hal Williams, better known as rapper and producer Pyramid Vritra has released the latest visuals for “Spool” from his debut record Indra. Writing and making beats since he was 10 years old, Williams got his start in Atlanta, first linking up with the Nrk collective and then releasing music as The Jet Age of Tomorrow with Matt Martians via Odd Future. Now based in La, the soft-spoken rapper has a lot to get out with this first release. The video is a complex set of images, which are at first grounded and then seemingly unhinged from reality. “Spool” has the air and feel of an artist who is just getting started showing us what he can really do. Williams’ obsession with metaphor and juxtaposition is something the rapper tackles at length on the record. He describes this emotional layout as a "fluidity and calm in the midst of complexity.” That sentiment »

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