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PREMIERE: Acclaimed Spanish DJ Mooji explores dark matter on cinematic new visual for “Boson Blues”

Lauded Spanish DJ Mooji releases the much anticipated music video “Boson Blues” from his latest album Double Agent. The new visual is animation that plays more like a short film. The story takes the viewers inside of the famous CERN-particle collider in France. Referring back to the Double Agent title of the album, the video shows the protagonist stealthily making his way on to the grounds of the famous science lab, and scuffle with armed guards in the process. The underlying motive is a love story; the protagonist seeks to connect with a lover, perhaps in a different dimension. As soon as he dives into the particle collider, the visual transports to beautiful fields of gold and trees, with the two lovers embracing.

Exploring elements of acid-jazz, dub, funk, down-tempo and  blues, Mooji effortlessly creates trippy and intoxicating beats. “Boson Blues” is an chilled out track, carried along by a funky electronic beat featuring blues guitar and harmonica samples. Mooji’s LP, ‘Double Agent,’ was released in Sept., 2015 and met with glowing reviews from Paste and Buzzfeed. Indie Band Guru said, “Mooji’s sounds take complete control over your emotions. The mix of minimal and fully immersive parts keep you guessing where the song will go next.”  The artist has gone under other names as a DJ, performing as Kramnik. His album ‘Dark Matters’ was named “Album of the Month” by Future Music.

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