Bon Iver (Justin Vernon) is dropping a new album “i,i“ this month. The fresh single “Naeem” actually features Naeem, formerly known as Spank Rock, as well as Bryce Dessner, Wasner, and Brooklyn Youth Chorus.
“Tucked under the hangar-like canopy of the Mojave tent, Kraviz had recreated the layout of her Russian apartment on stage, complete with a massive leather sofa, full-length mirror, and a fully set kitchen table… Kraviz's set was a radical shift in energy for a stage... It was a show that felt intimate, with subtle nuance to each deliberate musical shift. It was a set that felt like it would have been more at home within the walls of an art gallery or DIY warehouse venue rather than headlining a stage at one of the world's most popular mainstream music festivals.“ via PaperMag
Show created by monsters of digital age scenography Sila Sveta and Artem Nanushyan
The visual story of a new music video from Keiran Hebden is trivial but captivating. Two college friends making a video of their trip to an amazing Four Tet show he did in London this May. Listen to “Teenage Birdsong”
Directed by Bennet Johnson
“Gallant is an artist inspiring strength through poetic self reflection and redefining RnB through introspective lyrics; he showcases the power that resides in vulnerability. He is a force to be reckoned with, through playing with Sir Elton John and being nominated for a Grammy by the young age of 27, everyone who has heard the sweet symphony of his voice, knows Gallant is a star on the rise.“ - Flaunt Magazine
In traditional Russian culture we are afraid of the face of death, we are afraid to talk about it, to think, to avoid the possibility of becoming a witness or to disturb the memories of loss. But this is a natural, important part of our life, which we all have touched or will face across one day. It seems to us that then everything will go out, lose color, meaning. But it is not.
Directed by Oleg Trofim who is based in Moscow and represented by Hype Production.
Directed by Sherif Higazy the video for Galantis X Yellowclaw's "We Can Get High" follows a shamanic dancer as she finds spiritual bliss inside a colourful church.
Directed By Sherif Higazy
Director of Photography: David Bolen
AC: Jordan Scott
Steadicam: Brian Sergott
Colorist: Stephen Derlugian
Wardrobe: Morgan Thompson
PA: Austin Gay
Starring: Brooke Maroon