Dancorcism - Chiki Tiki Boom!
Video by Grant Worth
Song by Debbie D.
Starring Debbie D, Evan "Monkey Butter" Gehring @evanhehring, Maria Elena "Caribbean Queen" Lopez Frank, and Shabd "Panama Jill" Simon Alexander
Written by Debbie Attias
Produced by Jeremiah Glazer
and Debbie Attias
Outro Audio Produced by Grant and Tim Worth
Titles and Animation by Lauryn Siegel
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Need a bio about loved ones, making things, creation—fabricating a tropical slot machine playhouse music video focusing on themes of joy, adventure, and collaborative practice in lieu of making a human baby:
Grant Worth, an aging, up-and-coming music video director was approached by his dearest original pal, a new, former DIY-Electroclash-PopStar-Turned-Healer artist, Dancorcism by Debbie Attias, who wanted a music video that would stand out from the usual tropes in the industry. In lieu of the narrative-driven video, completed for and with money in a few short weeks, the artist wanted to create something centered around “LOL-ing in the sun.” It would take a year to build, in Grant’s free time.
0. Flexibility: Unlike having a baby, creating a music video allows for flexibility in terms of time and resources.
0. Cost-effective: Creating a music video is generally less expensive than having a baby, which can be a significant consideration for artists with limited financial resources.
0. Short-lived success: The success of a music video is often short-lived, and the video may not have the same long-term impact as producing a human child.
0. No legacy: Unlike having a baby, creating a music video will most likely sit in a lonely, lost YouTube stream for eternity and does not provide a continuation of one's family line.
0. Limited personal growth: While creating a music video can be a creative outlet, it may not provide the same level of personal growth and development as raising a child.
0. Risk of failure: There is always a risk that a grown baby may not be successful, which can be discouraging for parents and restrict their potential for life from getting very fancy
They shot on location on a remote island in Panama after celebrating questionably-post-pandemic New Year's Eve. The bright colors and natural beauty would serve as the perfect backdrop for the video's playful tone. The final product was a music-ish video unlike anything else in the industry, featuring vibrant colors, energetic dance routines, and catchy music that left viewers wanting more or less.
Access/orized Imagination, Appropriative Ingenuity, Ambient Insights, Artistic Immiseration, Alchemic Incipiency. Addicted to the unconscious slot machine collective. Mad-lib nostalgia dependency and word salad diet fads. Regardless of form, there’s little doubt Helium Miracle Attias Worth would tap dance across the cruel face of humanity.
The video quickly went viral, earning millions of views and attracting widespread attention from music fans, art critics, and digital insiders alike.
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