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video premiere: trus'me, the unexplained

Time for space adventure with the Manchester producer's intergalactic techno.

by Francesca Dunn
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05 April 2016, 4:25pm

Trus'me aka David James Wolstencroft is a producer, DJ and owner of record label Prime Numbers. Purveyor of fine house and techno, he's about to release his adventurous Planet 4 LP, a vehicle for his own interest in space, physics and dark matter. Take an exclusive look at the visuals for our favourite - and the most glitchy - track on the record, The Unexplained.

"I love the art of writing an LP," says David. "It's something I feel most at home with, telling a story from start to finish and taking the listener on a journey to, hopefully in this case, another dimension." As shots of sand dunes overlaid with illuminated maps give way to archive footage of space, we're abducted and left in a far off place populated with satellites spinning, sonars pinging and mesmerising colours that transform the environment. Created by visual artist and Berlin-based Londoner, Amy Webster, the video sends viewers down Route 66 and deep into a memory of old sci-fi B movies. Basically, it's brilliant and comes with an unsettling soundtrack to match. Hit play and look for signs of life.

Planet 4 LP is due for release on 30th May