Soulwax today reveal the video for ‘Is It Always Binary’. The film provides a glimpse of the band’s universally acclaimed live installation imagined by Soulwax and III-Studio under the name of Transient Program for Drums and Machinery.
The performance was recorded and filmed live on August 29 at 3 Mills Studios in London, captured by James Willis at Bullion Productions. The single is the latest to be lifted from studio album FROM DEEWEE – recorded in one take at the brother’s DEEWEE studio in Ghent, Belgium earlier this year.
Since the creation of Soulwax in 1995, David and Stephen Dewaele have consistently pushed the boundaries into new and innovative territory. In addition to Soulwax, the brothers continue to tour the globe at 2manydjs, have the DEEWEE record label and studio, Radio Soulwax – a visual radio station and app, the Despacio project with James Murphy and their 2 x 2 radio show on Beats 1.
Not to mention producing some of the most cutting edge remixes we’ve seen in recent times for the likes of Warpaint, Tame Impala, Metronomy, Arcade Fire, Daft Punk, Gossip, Hot Chip, MGMT, and many more.
What the critics have to say:
“Impressive, seamless art experiment” – Guardian
“The production is skilled and meticulous. The synths are rich and robust” – Pitchfork
“The songs strutted and blipped… building up to gleeful, overwhelming drum barrages” – NY Times
“Big bold times”- Evening Standard 4*
Watch the video for ‘Is It Always Binary’ here: