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Hard Ton – “Useless Man” Music Video a ‘Tribute to Leigh Bowery’

Hard Ton, Wawashi Deejay and Max, share a new video for ‘Useless Man’. Track is taken from the new Beats For Straight Boys EP released on UK’s label Balkan Vinyl I <3 Acid. “Useless Man” features the late Leigh Bowery on vocals. “With this new video we wanted to serve some Leigh Bowery post-human no-gender queer-punk extravaganza,” Hard Ton explains. “And Loki Dolor was the right person to give birth to this dystopian digital wet dream.” Video premiered on Kaltblut

“As a video editor, I wanted to amplify Hard Ton’s tribute to Leigh Bowery. I’ve focused on mixing lip-sync shots and some original content in order to create a visual dialogue between the character and the explicit lyrics of the track. Max/Bowery becomes a digital ghost who appears in many different forms.” – Loki Dolor

“Fused together in 2008 from the musical loins of Wawashi Deejay and heavy metal singer Max, Hard Ton have released through a plethora of class A labels such Permanent Vacation, Toy Tonics, Compost Disco, International Deejay Gigolo, Bordello A Parigi and many others. Their distinctive signature sound is a unique blend of Chicago house, disco styled falsettos, crunchy acid basslines and a pinch of Italo disco.” – Kaltblut

Out on Balkan Vinyl on limited edition vinyl and digital: