Extreme NSFW Adult Avant Garde Video: Two Girls, One Mic

Sunday Synth Jam: This is an extremely NSFW adult avant garde electronic music video, Blow Job 9, from a performance of Wojciech Kosma’s Blow Job in Sin Berlin.

Kosma’s compositions frequently use radical or bizarre methods of working with music and its relationship to the human body and ask alternately for specific forms of human interaction or endurance.

If this sounds inappropriate for you, you may want to check out the kitty synth video.

Kosma’s Blow Job explores microphone feedback, controlled by a performer simulation oral sex. This is apparently the two girls, one mic version of the piece.

The in-your-face sexuality of Blow Job provokes reactions, with many people questioning whether it’s music at all, or just sensational performance art or soft-core pornography.

What do you think? Does Kosma’s piece have any merit beyond titillation?

11 thoughts on “Extreme NSFW Adult Avant Garde Video: Two Girls, One Mic

  1. This isn't for me – it's immediately clear that Kosma's less interested in the sound of the piece than the concept – and people's reactions.

    If the performers could create something that sounded more traditionally musical, it would seem less like a gimmick.

  2. 420…., Tony, Arjun

    Can’t sexuality be treated as a serious topic in music?

    Or are you only comfortable with it if it’s girls in bikinis in music videos?

  3. I agree…We so thoroughly dismantled our shock mechanisms as a culture in the 20th century post-modern "golden age" that it's become passe for artists to even explore such notions in their work. Combine that with the fact that this piece isn't even sonically interesting, and, well, you've got some boring performance art with a half-baked concept. Awesome.

  4. Sure, it's dull, repetitive, not nearly as avant garde as recording yourself vomiting (which has more tonal range) and not nearly as interesting as when it was a novel concept talked about but not executed… but doesn't that look like a happy microphone?

    If they wanted to impress us, they'd add audio transducers stuck to her jaw feeding some tones or beats in along with the feedback.

  5. Get over it! I thought it was a welcome alternative to the usual avant garde crap and computer-randomized "glitch music" that passes for art music these days.

  6. I haven't seen any since the first one but this doesn't really add much to what was demonstrated there, to be honest.

    P.S.: your comment form claims the email I used was invalid. It contained a '+' symbol, which is perfectly fine.

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