SSG Music Presents: Vox Mod – Behind the Scenes of “Iridescent Asteroid Mists”

Melissa Daniels / March 20, 2013

This week, SSG Music is bringing you an exclusive look at Seattle’s own electronic mastermind,Vox ModEach day this week we’ll be releasing some tasty treats, including some gorgeous portraits by SSG’s own Will Miller, that will help get you acquainted with one of our favorite artists who’s music you definitely need in your life. Enjoy!

voxmod - by will miller

If you dug yesterday’s world premiere of the video for “Iridescent Asteroid Mists,” then you’re sure to enjoy this just as much! Take a look at this behind the scenes video of what it took for Scot Porter, aka Vox Mod, and his crew to put it all together.

Scot worked with graphic designer and video artist Christian Petersen, dancer and choreographer Amy O’Neal, experimental projectionist Ben Van Citters and videographer Brad Curran on the “Iridescent Asteroid Mists” video. The collaboration of visuals, dance, music and photography take you on a trip through what Scot says feels like dark energy, culminating into a kinetic force.

Iridescent Asteroid Mists” is the first single off Vox Mod’s forthcoming Album SYN-ÆSTHETIC.

The behind the scenes video below was shot in a photography studio called Inscape down in the Pioneer Square district of Seattle. Huge thanks to Kyle Porter, Scot’s brother, and Unsound America for capturing what went in to the making of this video.


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