So much so, that Bug, the BFI Southbank’s music video event, presented by Adam Buxton, is curating a special edition devoted entirely to Warp releases.
Expect to see Cunningham’s super-disturbing vids for Aphex Twin’s Come to Daddy and Windowlicker, each featuring creepy Aphex Twin clones.
We’re also fans of Pleix’s video for Plaid’s Itsu, a super-freaky combination of sleazy sexuality and industrial pig farming…
You may also see early classics such as Sabres of Paradise’s Wilmot, which sees Andrew Weatherall leading a street jazz band, and the pure 90s of LFO’s LFO (which hasn’t aged brilliantly, to be fair…).
The event is part of the BFI’s Made in Britain: Warp Records at 10 season, which will feature screenings of Warp feature films, such as This is England and Tyrannosaur, as well as a live rescoring of Dead Man’s Shoes.