The Midnitemen Drop A Killer Debut Video With Comics Legend Grant Morrison

The Midnitemen Drop A Killer Debut Video With Comics Legend Grant Morrison

OMG It’s The Midnitmen! With a video for their cover of the Seal/Adamski track Killer that features comic author Grant Morrison.

When he stepped away from the UK for a new life in California Akira The Don laid to rest the musical journey he’d been navigating for the longest time. Now working hard as a resident DJ at various clubs in LA, ATD and his project partner, Wade Crescent, have been busy working on a new music venture, building up an impressive repertoire of remixes including their recent ‘peakwave’ imagining of the theme for the Netflix and Marvel television show Daredevil.

Now we’re treated to the Midnitemen‘s debut video which features long-time friend of Akira, comics legend and occultist, Grant Morrison as The Kreator. Covering the Seal/Adamski track Killer the pair continue their mission as proponents of what they describe as peakwave philosophy.

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