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When the analog thing is done right, it looks like this.
This video comes from the Brooklyn band Neighbors, brainchild of Noah Stitelman, a guy who got tired of his bands not taking off. He took matters into his own hands and made songs with swirling synths, percussion that sounds like a million ’80s drum fills, and a guy feverishly practicing guitar in his bedroom. Then he forced people to dance through electrodes. “Wild Enough” is on the Neighbors record Failure, out March 25.