According to some interpretations of the Mayan calendar, December 21, 2012 was supposed to mark the end of the world as we know it. And astrologers have suggested that due to an astrological event that happens once every 26,000 years, that the day may well mark the end of an astrological age and the beginning of a new one. Interestingly enough, Fimber Bravo’s latest video, “Life After Doomsday” feels particularly prescient.
If it is indeed a new astrological age and a new age of humanity, perhaps the vision of the future presented in this video is likely – an age of steel pan-led tight grooves, space-aged daishikis that seem to have come out of a Caribbean-inspired 2001: A Space Odyssey. This may be a future we all may approve of!
And if you were curious, this single appears off Bravo’s forthcoming release, Con-Fusion.