Video: Deep Dive Species – One Hand Clap

Deep Dive Species are a psychedelic electronica act formed during COVID lockdown in New York, USA. Their new video, inspired by the auteur director David Lynch, accompanies their dark trip-hop track One Hand Clap, taken from their debut album Aquaphilia.

By Graeme Smith

Feature photo by Tammy616@GettyImages

One Hand Claps opens in a somewhat unsettling way. Distorted electronic layers pile upon one another, disorientating the listener. Then, like a lifeline, a bass groove comes in, leading you forward through Deep Dive Species’ experimental auditory maze. There’s a lot to enjoy in both the track and the video for fans of psychedelia.

Deep Dive Species are Vadim Militsin and Sergey Popovich, both music veterans with numerous projects to their names. Brought together by the adversity of coronavirus, they make a great pairing. I can’t wait to hear more from them.

You can check out the video for One Hand Clap below. Aquaphilia is available now in all the usual places.

And if you like your music on the unconventional side, be sure to follow our Decomposition playlist on Spotify.