James Blake has quietly returned with a new song called “Don’t Miss It.” His rich vocals carry the lush, piano-driven tune which is a collaborative effort with Mount Kimbie’s Dominic Maker
Arctic Monkeys have released the music video for ‘Four Out Of Five’, and it’s an eerie offering that effortlessly summons the spirit of Stanley Kubrick.
In the video for the The ‘Tranquility Base Hotel And Casino’ track, frontman Alex Turner appears to lose his grip with reality as he walks through a series of locations.
Bright red flashes are seen as he roams the corridors of a stately home, evoking the twisted horror of Kubrick’s cult thriller The Shining.
This video is an exploration of self isolation. It represents a loneliness and depression that can only come from alienating oneself. This depression can be a sinking whole that’s hard to surface from; but it can also be a semblance of peace in an otherwise chaotic world.
Directed and Edited by Patrick Mattes
Only best ads land on Designcollector and the latest collaboration directed by Spike Jonze, featuring FKA twigs set to Anderson Paak’s new song ‘Til It’s Over brings Apple's advertising to a new level.
In the film, a dejected Twigs arrives home after a busy commute, asking her HomePod, ‘Hey Siri, play me something I’d like.’ From there, the living room warps and opens up to reveal a rainbow wormhole, with Twigs eventually engaging in a dance-off with a mirror image of herself.
Behind the scenes (no CGI)
The Kills released their new single "List of Demands (Reparations)
"Wishing Americana happy .. Wishing Americana free"
Watch new music video for Jupiter song from Benjamin Clementine new album "I Tell A Fly"
Directed by: Lola Montes Schnabel
Director of Photography: Max Basch
Movie Operator : Zach Sky
Edit by: Max Basch
Color by: Sofie Borup at Company 3
Produced by: Zach Sky and Max Basch
Production Company: Seward Park Film
SHOWstudio presents Nick Knight and Tino Kamal's latest collaboration, 'London Kings'. Representing the unruly ebullience inherent in Tino's unique personality and identity, 'London Kings' employs themes of sex, art, nature and rebellionRead More
To celebrate the launch of the Levi’s® Made & Crafted® AW/17 collection Riposte commissioned a series of creative works that took inspiration from the Icelandic stories behind the collection.
Visual artist Lucy Hardcastle (previously) created ALDA, a material narrative exploring in live action the raw, unpredictable and awe inspiring elements of Iceland, both physical and spiritual. The film was brought to life by a powerful and dramatic soundscape by Nabihah Iqbal.
To bring a hands on element to the project Patternity has created Alchemical Appreciation, a screen-print design that melds the alchemical symbols for fire and ice against the background of dappled volcanic rock. The black ink in the final piece has been created using volcanic ash which gave each of the prints texture and tactility.
Alchemical Appreciation by Patternity
The whole process has been captured in a behind the scenes film which you can watch below. It documents each of the creative processes and tells the story in the words of the women we have collaborated with.
Each of the commissions reference the beautiful design details of the collection and the strong Icelandic influences. From mossy hills and steaming springs to volcanic terrain and soft, snowy glaciers, these are some of Iceland’s awe-inspiring extreme elements which are reflected in the colours and textures of the collection.
Official video for The xx's "I Dare You" from the album ‘I See You’ was made in collaboration with Raf Simons for Calvin Klein and directed by Alasdair McLellan
Millie Bobby Brown
and The xx
Just in time their Glastonbury show The xx’s Oliver Sim and Romy Madley Croft deliver an intimate performance and then trek along a remote road with fellow band member Jamie xx.
One man struggles with the feeling that he is being stalked in this haunting video for Radiohead’s previously unreleased track Man of War.
Directed by Colin Read
Taken from last year’s fifth album AIM, “Finally” sees M.I.A. address the role of music when times are personally tough. “Underneath my trouble, I’m gonna find me the treble / And underneath my case, I’m gonna find me the bass,” she sings. Its video continues the flags and flowers aesthetic themes established on AIM, with M.I.A. ghost riding through the desert heat.
Speechless performance by the conscience of western world, the still small voice of the post-truth - Benjamin Clementine.
Dance, skate and make-out with models Montell Martin and Elliot Jay Brown in The xx's latest visual directed by fashion photographer Alasdair McLellan.