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‘THE GARDEN’ – TEAMMATE MARKUS – MUSIC VIDEO PREMIERE – NSFW {NEW MUSIC FRIDAYS / EXCLUSIVE}


Teammate Markus is a Phoenix-based musician with a great ear for experimental melodies and genre-mixing projects, his newest installation ‘The Garden (if It All Proves To Be True)’ is an unorthodox mix between a personal lyrical style, hard-hitting bars and a drum line that attaches the track so beautifully together. It’s a heartfelt track that demands to be taken seriously yet provides a sense of conformity. Today we get to see the visuals for the track, an equally mesmerizing and enigmatic project directed by Cory Davis from Yellowbox Films and it features the gorgous Mary Connolly in a spooky, sci-fi like a story of a young woman with unnatural abilities being chased by the system.  It’s dark and a bit twisted but it fit the vibe of the song so perfectly. Make sure to keep up with Teammate Markus for future projects via Instagram, Twitter, and Soundcloud.


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