Hand on a tablet, artist Frederik Jassogne danced to STUFF’s song “Axlotl” while drawing shapes, which he then set about animating.

This Funky Music Video Was Danced into Existence

You might not have any idea of what you’re looking at in this music video for Belgian five-piece STUFF‘s track “Axlotl”—but no matter, because that’s all part of the fun. Plus, we’ll explain. The song itself is taken from STUFF’s latest, and second, album Old Dreams New Planets. An album that journeys across “broken hip-hop, electronica and jazz-influenced future funk.”

The video for “Axlotl” features abstract shapes jiving to the song’s snazzy, freeform, I’m-dancing-in-a-field-lost-in-an-MDMA-rush vibe. It’s made by Frederik Jassogne, a Belgian artist, film editor, and theater stage designer. The creative process of this video was featured on VICE – The creators. You can read the article here.

axlotl is taken from the second STUFF. album old dreams new planets that is out now on Sdban Ultra.


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