Particle System Video Effects Mix with Live Footage for Impressive Video from Denver's Brim Liski
This video is a collaboration between two of the three band members of Brim Liksi — a side-project between Denver's Ryan Policky from shoegaze rock band A Shoreline Dream and electronic musician CacheFlowe (Denver's Justin Gitlin). The footage is from Ryan's 2011 trip to Yellowstone to shoot the overflowing waterfalls. His footage was intertwined with a custom audio-reactive particle system video effects renderer (heavy) created with Justin's multimedia code base, Haxademic.
The concept of "The Repetitions" — the song's title and visual thrust for the piece — is the universal repetitions of time, space, human interaction and laws of physics on micro and macro scales, all the way down to the algorithmic simulation of reality. The song is the title track from the just-released EP, out now on Latenight Weeknight Records and Plastic Sound Supply — two Denver record labels owned by the respective artists.
The mp3 is available as a free download from the EP's microsite— where you'll also find more (subtle) code-generated particles in space.