Ho9909 Video via MOCAtv

Ho99o9 are the Los Angeles-by-way-of-New-Jersey duo that breathe new life into classic punk. Informed by thrash, hardcore and hip-hop, and inspired by the confrontational stage presence of GG Allin, the anarchic duo performs at a club on the industrial outskirts of the city in this clip. The video is directed by Bryan Ray Turcotte (The Art of Punk) and filmed partially by Estevan Oriol, the photographer known for his gritty black-and-white portraits of Los Angeles’s women, musicians, lowrider cars and graffiti writers, among others. Oriol also has a brief appearance as the driver of the 1976 Chevrolet Monte Carlo.

Executive Producer Family Artists
Produced by Bo Bushnell for The Western Empire
Shot by Estevan Oriol – Adam Stilwell – Ramez Silyan – Josh Webber
Edited by Ramez Silyan
Re Recording Mix by Andy Brohard
Sound Design by Chris Richardson
Titles by Ric Clayton
Thanks: Emma Reeves – Gauchos – Chain Gang – Eric Espinoza – UNIF

The Art of Punk on MOCAtv: http://bit.ly/MOCAtvArtOfPunk

IMAGE: Courtesy of MOCAtv

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