Colin Stetson can do things with a saxophone that many of us wouldn’t have thought possible — turning the instrument into orchestras of drones and screams and voices and percussion without the aid of any sort of looping pedal or other equipment. His massive 10-minute piece is a fine example of that power, and the track now has a video from director Isaac Gale. The clip builds kaleidoscopes out of images of trees and full moons and rushing water; it’s like a black metal album cover brought to life. Watch it below.
(via Consequence Of Sound)