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Brave weather beaten conditons in a video for the track from the Dukes of Chutney’s Beats In Space debut.
If you take a long walk through the ‘content farm’ on a daily basis, you might have noticed this week that Beats In Space have been engaging in a programme of visual propaganda for Domino, their newly released EP from the “brothers from other cosmic mothers” known as Dukes of Chutney. Each day a video to accompany one of the five tracks has surfaced in one designated corner of the internet and today the focus has shifted to this site and the weather beaten visuals for lead track “Smiling Cheshire”. Coming across like The Knife playing about with a vocoder, the insouciant “Smiling Cheshire” is probably one of the more accessible moments from the cosmic cads on Domino, however the video is resolutely bleak, extracting footage from the lengthy 1994 film Sátántangóby Hungarian director Béla Tarr – watch out for the winking owl!
Last week we brought you “Domino,” the dubby first track of California brother-duo Dukes of Chutney’s new EP. “Caledonia” is quick to follow, its video more Dukes of Hazard than Dukes of Chutney, despite the song’s contemplative, wind-shuffling-palm-trees feel. Could zone out forever to this record. Called Domino, the EP comes out November 4th via Beats in Space and is available via RVNG.
"Dukes of Chutney is John Paul Jones and Dustin Lynn, California born brothers from other cosmic mothers who met surfing over a decade ago. Dukes of Chutney’s Domino was released yesterday and today they release their music video for the track Jan’s Bellski using some incredible footage from Fellini’s 1972 film Roma. You can purchase the album here. “
You may know part of Dukes Of Chutney if you’ve been on the ISO50 blog for a few years. Part of the duo is Tom Croose who has done mixes and playlists for us in the past. He is now releasing with long time surfing buddyDustin Lynn on Tim Sweeney’sBeats In Space label.
We’re proud to be premiering a video for their Domino EP which the vinyl isONLY $10(I ordered mine up last week) – order/support here.