Luca Dimoon – Nonsense

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Stroll along leisurely through the illuminated nightlife of downtown Tokyo with Luca Dimoon in his music video for “Nonsense.” It’s a galactic, cyber world in the eyes of Dimoon as he leaves his sleep pod to wander the streets, and maybe jam out a tune on his red Epiphone semi hollow body, or his Rhodes ‘73 Mark II in the industrial tunnels and tubes that twist throughout the city. The sleepy R ‘n’ B groove of the song contrasts nicely with the hustle and bustle of the city around Dimoon. Also wandering is a striking cyber geisha, meandering her way across an overpass. She also seems restless, as if she can’t sleep either – and lucky for Dimoon, he ends up on the same overpass as her, but is soon back in his room, surrounded by recording equipment that’s set up in such a way that it looks more like a rocket cockpit.

“Two lost souls wandering through the streets of Tokyo, wondering about the nonsense of existence, spellbound by lights and shadows of society. An ode to the absurd.”

Director – Luca Dimoon
Production assistants – Kaoru Fujita, Christiane Miqueletti
Camera operators – Luca Dimoon, Mat Twice, Simone Fugazzotto, Alessandro Diaferio, Adama Sanneh
Cyber Geisha – Rinaco Ines Aoki
Hairdresser & makeup artist – Hiroshi Yamamoto
Editors – Luca Dimoon, Simone Fugazzotto, Zamaun
Written, Composed, Produced and Mixed by Luca Dimoon
Guitar – Heggy Vezzano
Flutes – Mauro Capitale
Piano – Pancho Ragonese
All other instruments – Luca Dimoon
2014 Luca Dimoon all rights reserved.

“Nonsense” available for free: soundcloud.com/lucadimoon/nonsense
Taken from the forthcoming album Telescope (out soon)

Website: lucadimoon.com
Facebook: facebook.com/pages/Luca-Dimoon
Instagram: instagram.com/lucadimoon
Twitter: twitter.com/lucadimoon

 

 

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