Made by Kurt Uenala, the producer behind Null + Void, the video perfectly illustrates the melancholy of the song.
Still hot! Taken from Null + Void’s debut album ‘Cryosleep’ which was released on November 2017 to much applause, here is a new experimental video for his album song ‘Foreverness.’
Null + Void: Foreverness
As Uenala puts it, the album “Cryosleep” is inspired by “classic sci-fi stuff”, images of futuristic machines sustaining humans frozen in a dream state. ‘Foreverness’ explores what they might be thinking: “A collection of fragments, memories of a life lived – preserved, but incomplete and jumbled.”
“I’m more studio driven: I sit with machines and often stumble over ideas,” Kurt says of his creative process. “I just start playing and see what comes out, let the sometimes unpredictable equipment and whatever happens guide me.” Suffice it to say that he’s a bit of a gearhead, albeit one with a strong sense of intuition that can only come from a lifetime spent immersed in your art. Null + Void may be a new name with endless possibilities ahead, but it arrives with the history of a seasoned artist bursting with vital music.
Cryosleep is the debut album from Null + Void, the alias of prolific New York producer Kurt Uenala. It’s an album of contrasts and tension, where darkness is pierced by blinding light, and where moody new wave bleeds into stark electronics. In one moment, joyful memories give way to isolation and regret, and in the next, Cryosleep explores the catharsis of crowded dancefloors. Throughout the record, Uenala matches his dynamic production with incredible vocalists — from Depeche Mode’s Dave Gahan and the inimitable Shannon Funchess, to Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and The Big Pink. Null + Void’s take on dark pop meshes with his love for Detroit electro, poignant synth melodies, and cold atmospheres.