Video Premiere: Black Dice offshoot Flaccid Mojo Carve Out Battering Sonics on "Garbage People"

Black Dice's Bjorn Copeland and Aaron Warren have a new project called Flaccid Mojo and they plan on releasing their self-titled debut LP through John Dwyer's Castle Face Records on October 28. Today, they've shared with us a music video for the album's second single, "Garbage People," a head trip of spiraling blips, glitches, and other electronic etches.

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Veering from nebulous sonic violence to uncompromisingly sonic journeys, Los Angeles-based noisemakers Aaron Warren and Bjorn Copeland formed Flaccid Mojo in 2019 after two decades of grinding out intriguingly puzzling and freak show electronic experiments in Black Dice. Pushing for a collage of possibilities that's both futuristic and primal, the rapidly churning and radical strains of noise continues on with Flaccid Mojo. Produced by Chris Coady (Blonde Redhead, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, TV on the Radio), the forthcoming self-titled debut LP, due out October 28 via Castle Face Records, is a feast answering machine malfunctions, cough syrup oral reports, and beats for the rhythmically impaired into a high volume visceral soundtrack for those geared for the nightlife.


Today we have the pleasure in premiering the video for the album's second single, "Garbage People," a head trip of spiraling blips, glitches, and other electronic etches that's been brewing for the last few years. The new track's hypnotic energy galvanizes something fundamentally human that taps into our primal, spiritual, and musical tendencies and twirls them into one. Speaking on the newest video he directed, Warren wrote via email, "This one's for all the floaters, the riders, and the late night screechers."


Check out the new music video below and pre-order the upcoming album here.