|It's being billed by the Amon Tobin camp as a "brutalist masterpiece," so feast your eyes and ears on the new Two Fingers video for the song and see for yourself. Using the video created by director and stop-frame animator Chris Ullens, the video is on all-out assault in every means of the word. Similar to this week's A Place To Bury Strangers video for the song “And I'm Up.”
The new Amon Tobin album from his Stunt Fingers alter ego is a study in the best of hip-hop, minus the gangsta aesthetic. Big beats and bombastic break beats. "Although Amon’s love of the lower reaches of low end will undoubtedly cause people to reach for lazy comparisons with dubstep, “Stunt Rhythms” is in fact more accurately viewed as his love letter to hip hop – less the rampant consumerism of, say, G-Unit’s “Stunt 101” than the early culture of innovation and freshness, of showing off simply that you’re better at what you do than anyone else," reads the proclamation of thunder from his recording label Big Dada.