AKA JK '2600' Video: Sex, Drugs, Books and Psychedelia
Following his 2010 jam "Someone Out There," AKA JK (a.k.a. Jonathan Kreinik), longtime live sound engineer for The Rapture, has returned with another single "2600," an apparent homage to the ARP 2600 analog synth.
The Sarah Frances Kuhn-directed video features various costumes, neon-lit, kaleidoscope-treated sex and drug footage, and a fair amount of suspicious reading, as well.
"Sarah Francis Kuhn did a video for her band Open Ocean's song 'Sink Or Swim,' I saw it at an art show in an old convent in Williamsburg and knew if I made a video for one of my songs I wanted her to do it," Kreinik tells us, of his decision to work with Kuhn.
"Sarah's a super talented designer and musician and I love her aesthetic and her vibe. She brought together a bunch of our friends and created a psychedelic dream party in her loft."
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