MI AMI Releases Manicured Lo-Fi Video For “Time Of Love” From Upcoming Release On 100% SILK

by • March 20, 2012 • Music, VideoComments (0)1686

MI AMI is a collaborative musical project between buddies Daniel Martin-McCormick and Damon Palermo, and they’re lucky enough to be repped by L.A. label 100% SILK, the same label behind Maria Minerva and many other incredible artists about ten years ahead of nearly everyone else in music.  MI AMI’s upcoming album is entitled Decade, and they recently dropped one of its first videos entitled “Time Of Love”, a deliciously lo-fi video directed by Luke Wyatt featuring some extensive visuals of 1980s finger nails and beautiful glitchy VHS samples.  Check it out below, and for all things MI AMI be sure to follow them on Facebook.  For more great discoveries such as this you can visit the home of their label 100% SILK at LISTENTOSILK.com, and follow them on Facebook.

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Source: 100% SILK on Facebook

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