With a video featuring pop and lock dance artist Louis Gordon, Zeroes cross style and genre boundaries in their song, ‘Machines And Magnets’.
Zeroes, comprising Tony Bernardo and Daniel Scott, are essentially two solo artists who come together with one sound. Both talented multi-instrumentalists, the pair are separated by both distance and musical experience: vocalist Tony from Maryland, met guitarist Daniel in Royersford, Pennsylvania and the pair joined forces in September 2014. The level of trust they had for each other was instantaneous, and only increased over the course of ten long months in the studio, recording their album, ‘00.00’.
In describing their album, Zeroes say they embraced all things spontaneous and uncensored. This meant that no idea was considered “too this” or “too that”. The end result is an album which glides effortlessly from power rock to acoustic folk. The pair entered the studio with no stated goals other than to make music that matters.
The video for ‘Machines And Magnets’ showcases not just the vocal skill of Bernardo and the guitar talent of Daniel, but also presents dance artist Louis Gordon, a pop and lock dancer who takes the video from what could have been a simple performance piece to a genre-stretching exercise.
In the words of Zeroes,
“it was fun to work with another fantastic artist and blend styles without genre limitations.”
The video is very simply lit, allowing the focus to be on Louis, or alternatively Daniel and Tony – the viewer is not distracted by anything else.