Producer Rediculus treats us to a stop motion video for his latest single ‘Mad As Hell’. A pot pourri of moody keys, surreal vocals and snippets from the 1976 film Network, ‘Mad As Hell’ is taken off his soon-to-be-released producer compilation Dee-Fi.
Not only is Rediculus crafting dopeness, he’s giving back to the community as the proceeds from the sales will help fund an organisation dedicated to helping at-risk youths in his hometown of Chicago. Peep the press release below for more information and don’t hesitate to support the cause.
MP3 Buy-Link (Bandcamp): HERE
To quote Thomas Henry Huxley, “It is better to be a man to go wrong in freedom than to go right in chains.” Taking a monologue from Peter Finch’s character in the 1976 filmNetwork, “Mad As Hell” creates a chilling juxtaposition of the samples passionate and triumphant call to action and the atmospheric beat from the Chi Town producer. What’s even scarier to think is that in the almost 40 years that passed since the film came out, not much has changed. But even though things may seem tough in a world of technological isolation, there’s a glimmer of hope. Get up and get mad. Take control of your situation and break free from the ignorance that comes with following the rules of society. Check it out and stay tuned to hear more reality-bending music from Rediculus in the near future, as he gets set to release his debut producer compilation, Dee-Fi. A portion of the proceeds generated from the sale of this song will be used to continue to help fund Elevarte (formerly Pros Arts Studio), who are dedicated to helping at risk youth in Chicago through the arts.
*Directed by: Nick Guarderas
*A portion of the proceeds generated from the sale of this song will be used to fund Elevarte, who are dedicated to helping at risk youth in Chicago through the arts…