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SEEN Announces: Arca’s Casting Call

Arca has announced an open casting via Instagram for a new project no one knows much about. What we know for sure is that Jesse Kanda, a director and Arca’s long-time collaborator, will be involved. This mysterious open casting call could have something to do with the launching of his third album, Reverie, due to be released soon.

‘Jesse and I are shootin’ somethin’ (sic) in London this December and are looking for allies’, the London-based electronic producer, consultant, mixing engineer and DJ revealed on his Instagram. Arca added that applicants would have to be ‘comfortable being partially nude on camera’.

To apply, check out the original post below or send an email toutopia.barr@gmail.com

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Oscar Jerome Headlines at the Montague Arms London in January 2018

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