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Pharmakon Shares Sticky 'Somatic' Visual with Queer Artist Latex Lucifer

Latex Lucifer

Lifted off the industrial noise project's new album, Contact

Margaret Chardiet's industrial noise project, Pharmakon, has ascended from New York's underground electronic scene to an official label, Sacred Bones, releasing this year her fourth album, Contact.

The six-track full-length, released March 31, is a blistering collision of experimental noises, packing in every buzzy, glitchy sound and anxious shrill Chardiet can fit onto a single track. At once intimidating and empowering, the artist screeches and goans above grinding, metallic production in a way that feels equally chaotic and somehow in control.

Contact standout, "Somatic," has been given an experimental visual treatment in collaboration with queer New York-based artist Latex Lucifer. Set against a slow droning instrumental, brimming with fuzz and warped guitar tuning, the video features two hands groping each other while covered in latex fisting gloves and lube. Watch the sexy, unsettling clip, below, and catch Pharmakon on tour this spring/summer.

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