The Crystal Method Are About To Drop Their First Ever NFT –


US-based music act, The Crystal Method is set to drop their first NFT, in the form of a music video. It’s the first one to drop in this form by a major label. It will be the act’s new single titled ‘Watch Me Now’ and it is set to auction on MakersPlace.

The Crystal Method
Scott Kirkland is a member of the electronic act, The Crystal Method.

The Music Video NFT

The NFT by The Crystal Method is set to drop on April 26th at 3.30 PM PT. The eventual winner of the auction will also receive a limited edition animation and open edition cell from the video.

The original video was released last week on April 15th, for the song Watch Me Now. It is a unique watch. Further, it combines 2D, 3D, black and white, and coloured footage in an animation format to depict the song which was written about Nevada, the group’s home state.

The act’s member, Scott Kirkland spoke on the project where he said: “My first NFT release is a collaboration with the brilliant animated artist Micah Monkey and will be dropping on April 26th. Micah has created an epic and exhilarating visual companion for my rousing riff-driven new single, “Watch Me Now” feat Koda & VAAAL. As the lyrics state, ‘This Ain’t No Joke!’”

As previously mentioned, the drop will take place on the MakersPlace platform, and you can find a link to the auction here.

About The Crystal Method

The Crystal Method are a Las Vegas-based electronic music act. They were formed in the early 1990s by Scott Kirkland and Ken Jordon.

They were pioneers of the big beat genre. Also, their music has appeared in numerous TV shows, films, video games, and advertisements.

In 2013, Ken Jordon has to retire from music due to health conditions. However, Kirkland has continued to produce and play shows as a solo project, still taking on The Crystal Method name.

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