Behind the Scene of Caligula's "Light in the Dark" Video Shoot

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Local dubstep duo, Caligula, recently wrapped up its first-ever music video. The track, "Light in the Dark," comes from forthcoming EP, The Rise -- available digitally March 8 via Beatport. Overthrow's Samuel Baum sent over a few pictures of the video shoot at Studio 1415, which was filmed under the direction of Baum and Stian Roenning.

From what we can tell, dancers and black lights will be a big part of the video. But we won't have to wait long to see the finished product. The video will premiere at the March 3 EP-release party at the Vagabond. Caligula will be there, natch, along with Tamara Sky, Troy Kurtz, Dave Betamax, and Magoula. And of course, we'll probably post it here on Crossfade as soon as we get a digital copy.

(Photos are mildly NSFW.)

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