Now usually we don't do this, but, uh...
Rockwell Knuckles has a new music video. Watch it right now because it is everything that is great about one of our city's most singular artists: Weird, apocalyptic, mesmerizing and impossible to watch only once.
See also: -Five Years of the Best St. Louis Song: Listen Here -Fist City: Rockwell Knuckles aims to punch through St. Louis hip-hop's glass ceiling -Rockwell Knuckles' "Silly Human" is NPR's Song of the Day
The clip, for standout track "Helmet" from this year's Take Me To Your Leader, was directed by LaJethro Jenkins and Made Monarchs. It was also featured on XXL's web site yesterday.
The whole release is well worth your time. Listen below, though as a warning if you've already painstakingly compiled your list of the year's best and you haven't heard this yet, you may need to do make some adjustments.
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