Vandalaze – Dog Jerk (Official Video)

 

dog
Artist: Vandalaze
Title: Dog Jerk (Official Video)
keywords: mutant slimewave

The word ‘Vandalaze’ sounds to me like a posh name for vandalism.

‘Excuse me, I hope you don’t mind that I’m throwing these heavy but expansive stones through the windows of your home.’

‘I am sorry for the inconvenient time you will have later when you find out that I have successfully succeeded to cut your new bicycle in two parts’.

‘I hope you don’t mind that I’m spray painting your furry coat with my self-invented slogan ‘this coat is made of pubic monkey hair’.

‘I had no bad intentions by flattening your car tires, I was thinking of your health and safety’

The list of posh vandalism cases could probably go on forever, but as this supposed to be a ‘music’ blog, it is good to focus perhaps on Vandalaze as a music form.

A certain writer for this blog (Alex?)  found out that we are not just rumbling words of nonsense over here, but are actually practicing a professional form of accepted journalism. Yes, it’s crazy isn’t it?
But as a newly discovered journalist, I really feel like telling you the straight facts about the music side of Vandalaze. But these things are unfortunately quite rare to find. The only thing that I know is that the person behind the music form of Vandalaze (not the posh vandalism..) is someone named Cory.

Cory is Vandalaze, and Vandalaze is probably Cory too. This is all I know about the music project Vandalaze, and the source of this critical piece of information came from a not so reliable source named ‘Alex Spalding’. He might just invented the name ‘Cory’ to successfully vandalize this post with misinformation. But as they say it is better to have some information than nothing,;so here you go.

From what my ears could hear, Vandalaze is making electronic body to body music. You know the kind of music that makes you want to rub against other bodies in the club or a dark room. (depending on the situation and if electro music is still allowed in these kind of locations.)

Combine it with flickering visuals that have slogans in them, retro clips and moving objects and Vandalaze suddenly becomes more than just music or a word for posh vandalism; it becomes audio/visual entertainment.

In the end it doesn’t matter if the person, who made it, is a certain ‘Cory’. As the visual – audio interpretation of Vandalaze is so strong that it can stand on its own bare feet, without a creator hiding behind it.

The video comes with the information that is quite cryptic:
Max bods, tough dweebs…be a nasty dude. All in a day’s work as a dog jerk.

In fact you might enjoy this music video better without information.
Just put your head on zero and plug and play this clip by Vandalaze.
Forget everything that you just have seen as it doesn’t really explain anything.
In fact I might be one of these viewers that not quite understood this video,
but still liked it (and recommend it!) anyway!

You might want to rub your body against it, or perhaps rub your eyeballs to the screen when the music video plays. Make sure that you have the volume up and your ears open.
Oh and don’t be scared of the dog… (or the dog jerk?)

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