In this VHS playback video “Indigo” with hints of imperfections and white noises, Metavari’s experimental electro tunes are sentimental alongside the developing saxophone sensations.
Filmed at the Rialto Theater, Fort Wayne, Indiana, “Indigo” is fresh filled with vibrant 80s electro synth and synchronized flickering stroboscopic lights to the beats. The repetitive groove acts like a comforting pat for a teenager, who is overwhelmed by the mysterious and illusional visuals.
"Indigo" is the first single from Metavari's forthcoming record, Symmetri. Currently signed to Japanese label Friend of Mine Records, Symmetri is Nathaniel David Utesch's succeeding effort to use Metavari as his stage name in releasing music in the United States under their own label, Vital Shores Electronic Music Company. An extended version of the record is being produced collaterally of the work on Symmetri and doubles as an alternate score to Fritz Lang's Metropolis.
Go experience the strobes played to the experimental 80s beats. Pay attention to the half stop that boosts and contrasts the subsequent groove to a whole new level.