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Earlier this year, Double A.B. & Dub Sonata released their album Media Shower. The project, released via Man Bites Dog Records, includes features from Evidence, Roc Marciano, Sean Price, and more. But most of all, Media Shower, and Double A.B. & Dub Sonata with it, harkens back to an earlier era, an era of soulful chops and concentrated lyricism, and in looking back towards that era, perhaps no song is more fitting than “Sunset,” a world-weary track that features Cannibal Ox, a duo that served as true underground stars of that once-forgotten but now resurgent time.

Today, Double A.B. & Dub Sonata are releasing the video for “Sunset” – the song also features singer David Kiss – and as the title implies, the visual is replete with time-lapsed cityscapes that meld perfectly against A.B.’s vocals.

Also of note, although the video is just coming out in December, the clip was filmed some months back, before Hurricane Sandy impacted along the eastern seaboard. As such, the video, shot in Coney Island, Brooklyn, one of the New York City neighborhoods hit hardest by the storm, offers a unique look back at what the waterfront looked like just a few short months ago, before the storm devastation.


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