Director Andzej Gavriss new video for 'Empty Space' by James Arthur, is grounded by a rich story and powerhouse performances from Tom Felton and Rachel Kim Cross. With 'Empty Space', Gavriss has befittingly crafted an intimate and reflective portrait of a young man haunted by the past. Gavriss has created a beautiful, highly personal character-driven drama set in 90's LA. The video evokes a classic cinematic style which compliments James Arthurs track perfectly.
Gavriss vision is elevated by the first-rate work by cinematographer Nick Bupp and the production design by Julija Fricsone-Gavriss which encapsulates the 90's vibe and enriches the story even more. Tom Felton is electric and self-destructive and he is matched by newcomer Rachel Kim Cross who brings a radiant sincerity.
Produced by Carla Mooney & Delwyn Mooney.
A Cardel Production for Sony Colombia Records.
A young soldier deserts during a mysterious war and begins a long journey back to his hometown. The road is long and full of perils. Recollections, slowly unveiled, reveal a dark family secret.
Written, directed and edited by : Philippe Grenier
Cinematographer: Benoit Jones-Vallée
Production house : DTO Films
“The "Diamonds in the Snow" video, meanwhile, was helmed by Ukrainian director Histibe, who put together a series of impressionistic images to complement what Christian calls "a hopeful song...about someone who's a bit lost and actually doing something about that and turning things around." BT felt that the director's "languid art videos" worked well with the track. "A lot of the lyrics Christian writes are kind of cloaked, but these are so poignant and literal we thought it would be really beautiful for us to make something that was more of dreamy type of experience," he notes.” - Billboard
On his curious journey, the protagonist encounters strange landscapes along with odd characters that eventually lead him to his final destiny.
French pop singer Héloïse Letissier aka @christineandthequeens is following up her 2014 breakthrough with a killer new music video ‘5 dollars’ directed by Colin Solal Cardo
It is only now the Blaze duo release their debut album “Dancehall”. With its pounding house beats (Rise), uplifting lyrics (‘Places’) and stunning accompanying visuals (‘Heaven’), the Parisians debut is an album to get lost in over and over again.
New music video “Queens” directed by Jonathan and Guillaume Alric is a perfect visual way to start enjoying the whole album
'If You Really Love Nothing' is the latest single from Interpol's new album Marauder out on Matador Records on August 24th. Directed by Hala Matar and starring Kristen Stewart & Finn Wittrock
WARNING: CONTAINS STROBING!GGG
After a number of rumours it's been officially claimed Aphex Twin releasing a new EP this September called "Collapse". Here is the preview of the upcoming piece directed by Weirdcore
It's been already called off from airing on Adult Swim due to epilepsy test fail.
"As if it were an unreleased song from "Mezzanine"."
Produced by Four Tet and 3D (Massive Attack) Neneh is known for her enigmatic voice. Hailing from British postpunk of 90s (from The Slits to New Age Steppers) recognised for her collaboration with Massive Attack in their earliest albums. Now she is back to music after a long break with a soft ballade directed by Jenn Nkiru.
"This is our answer to Elon Musk, by launching a domestic car into space. But the story doesn't end there. The plot is based on the story of a great big love, and a sad pilot-samurai, who will not stop at nothing, in order to find his lost love in the corners of the vast universe"
Flesh anxiety: the body at the infrared end of the spectrum.
Captured using FLIR Systems.
Production Company: Riff Raff
Performers: Charlotte Lowdell, Jakub Drewa, Sharran Alexander, Wren Myers Haynes.
Producer: Natalie Steiner
Director of Photography: Spike Morris
Post Producer: Tamara Mennell @ MPC
VFX: David Filipe, Edward Taylor @ MPC
Colourist: George K @ MPC
Runners: Rosie Bingham-Hall, Alina Portinova, Sophia Kawyani
As anticipation builds for I:Scintilla’s upcoming album Swayed, the band has released a second single ‘Boxing Glove’ on all streaming services. On the new single, vocalist Brittany Bindrim’s seductively catchy melodies pour over slinky, hard-hitting grooves penned by bassist Dean Dunakin. With the song’s release comes an official lyric video created by Bindrim. The ‘Boxing Glove’ video features hand-drawn animated lyrics coming to life and hitting screen, the words landing heavy with the weight of power dynamics and introspection.
I:Scintilla’s long-awaited album Swayed, to be released September 21, 2018, is now available for pre-order now through Alfa Matrix via Bandcamp. The new album, recorded and produced by Greg Panciera (Sylvia Massy, Alessandro Cortini of Nine Inch Nails, Dave Bianco), marks the first new music from I:Scintilla in four years and their first full length album since 2010.