Martin Del Carpio hasn’t made anything new in awhile, or at least he hasn’t released any of his latest projects but we’re here a few months before the end of 2015 and he unleashes a new one called “Kill Your Beauty”. It may sound like he’s entering a new era or phase of his music but concentrate on it, then decide.
Martin Del Carpio has released a new video for “Murmur of the Heart” and some of you may be familiar with the song, as he released it on his 2012 project X
The video for Martin Del Carpio’s “The Last Idol” looks like there’s a bit more involvement than his previous videos, and that’s a good song. Released two years ago, the song is from his Godard
album and now people can get a chance to see how he depicts it in vision. It looks like it could be a part of another visual piece too.
Last year, Martin Del Carpio released a song called “Anon”, which he turned into a video. A year later, he was able to get it remixed by DJ Afro. If you know the name, you’ll know that DJ Afro is a member of the great band Los Amigos Invisibles. Find out what he did with it by playing the song over at Bandcamp.
A new video by Martin Del Carpio has been made for the song “Politian”, and he says this is the best video he has made so far, so have a listen to this intense track and see how the visuals unfold.
Martin Del Carpio said this about his new video: “weird song to make a video for I know but this is it.” So here it is, the video for “Afterglow” but is it a weird song? A weird video? Does it have a weird vibe? I think everything is fine as it is, but maybe some of you may sense something I am not. Leave a comment and let me know.
Spring doesn’t start in the northern hemisphere for another four weeks but once it hits, it will be a welcome relief. Martin Del Carpio may be looking forward to a “Spring Snow” for different reasons. The video is minimalism at its very best, but it works very well with the instrumental backdrop. This one is quite nice.
Martin Del Carpio created a number of videos this year, and he is ending the year on a somewhat steamy note and I must add a bit of a WARNING
: some of the imagery may be considered explicit for some viewers. Discretion is advised.
The video for “False Idols” does not show any nudity but one could call the re-interpretation of The Rolling Stones’ Sticky Fingers to be somewhat suggestive. If you don’t mind a bit of steaminess, backed by a nice dance and electronic backdrop, then take it in. If the song triggers your emotions, you may download it for free below via Bandcamp.
It may be his last video of 2013 but it’s not the last we’ve heard from Martin Del Carpio. As he prepares for new music in 2014, he has created a video for the song “Adam”. If you like what you hear, you may download that track for free.
Martin Del Carpio has been quite active in the visual department in the last few months and this time around, he has created a clip for a spoken word piece called “Savage Garden”. It’s taken from his Tropic Of Capricorn: An EP
EP, my review of which can be read by cllcking here