A Touch Joint: Edmonton artist Touch & The Dirty Sample drop third video in support of Jawz
Edmonton’s own Touch and Vancouver-based Apeface aka The Dirty Sample have released the latest video in support of their collaborative sharks-themed concept album, Jawz.
“A Touch album gotta be completely finished like antibiotics,” proclaims Touch on the new single his third, off Jawz.
“A Touch Joint” guides the listener through the varied streams flowing from the beginning through to the end of a typical Touch project. Touch’s delayed delivery of his freestyle flow is a fantastic fit for The Dirty Sample’s combination of slick drums, total saturation of tambourine, and a piano that flips between haunting thriller and saloon music.
JUNO-nominated producer Fresh Kils provides a surprisingly darker feel, opting instead for plodding drums and weird organ on his remix, while the official video, filmed and edited by Manley Pubik, provides a raw glimpse into Touch’s recording process, his studio, and his discography.
The latter is useful information to have as Touch concludes this joint with great advice: “Go cop a CD!”
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