Disc Over label boss Tim Green has released a new video for ‘Helpless Sun’, a track from his latest EP on the My Favourite Robot label. Directed by Steven McInerney with visual designer Paul Skawinski. The video uses a customised projector to detail a series of chemistry experiments that combine oils, acid base liquids and a range of coloured chemicals. Produced by Digital Snowball.

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Directors: Steven McInerney and Paul Skawinski
Production Company: Digital Snowball
Executive Producer: Shaf Elani
Camera: Rodrigo 'Greg' Rattazzi
Editor: Steven McInerney

Purchase EP: beatport.com/release/helpless-sun-ep/1293733
Watch the making of: vimeo.com/97213664

Steven McInerney is a director, curator and sound artist based in London. His work explores analogue, in-camera film techniques and psychedelic imagery. Steven had directed videos for Bass Clef, Circle Traps and Vessels as well as edited videos for Jon Hopkins, Bloc Party, Tim Exile, Wagon Christ, PVT, Vladislav Delay and many more. Steven is also the founder and director of Hackney Film Festival and experimental record label Psyché Tropes.

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Paul Skawinski is an analogue visual designer and founder of Nano Projections. In 2009 Paul invented custom Nano Projector "Illuminati 1.2" (patent pending), which creates "organic projections" up to 20 meters in diameter of which are implemented in interior and exterior lighting. The content inside petri dish is subject to chemical & physical reactions that occur during mixing process.

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Digital Snowball is a creative agency and production company based in East London. Their creative production facility consists on an in-house film studio and post-production suite in the cultural heart of Hackney Wick. Digital Snowball also support community-led organisations and regularly hold filmmaking workshops.

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