Video: Super Guachin - "La Gorra"

Super Guachin’s "La Gorra," the second promo cut off their Piratas y Fichines EP (ZZK Records), is not only a sweaty, slo-mo accomplished track, but it also happens to have a superb recreational video (perhaps the best we've seen this year so far). Brothers Ignacio and Luciano Brasolin have always introduced Super Guachin as a forward-thinking audiovisual duo, and this clip (with graphics from Ukrainian artist Mykola Dosenko) shows them doing just that. Of course, there’s no way to look into the future without having nostalgia on your side. This is pop referencing heaven here, like Universal Soldier meeting Wrestlemania, DJ Hero, and then some.

This story takes place in the near future. The modern world as we know it came to an end in 2012, when a politically powerful mega-corporation set up an evil plan of world domination. They removed all neutral media outlets including television, radio and ultimately the internet, where they restricted all access to share any type of information for free, chasing and criminalizing those who violated this policy and protested against it. Then a dangerous virus was scattered and spread throughout the globe that transformed 90% of the human race into mindless mutants, thus forming a zombie army that the corporation controlled at its whim. Surrounded by censorship, chaos and propaganda, two fugitives indicted on charges of "digital piracy" under the alias SUPER GUACHIN decide to strike back at the corporation through their music. Loaded with an arsenal of computers and instruments, they would perform concerts in secret to save the human race and to regain the right to free information for all ...

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