Official 30th Anniversary montage shown at Madison Square Garden on New Year’s Eve 2013-2014.
Visual effects by Baked FX:
Director: George A. Loucas
Creative Producer: Michael Vozza
Editor: Danny Prussmann
Age progression by phojoe.com (original photo by Danny Clinch)
Phish - Official 30th Anniversary Video Montage
Directed & designed by Neels Castillon - neelscastillon.com
"Fragmented memories of a skateboarding day in Paris. The approach was to work on the symbiosis between live-action, design and wicked sound design." (For a better experience watch it in HD and use Headphones)
Arthur Turpin, Andrea Giallonardo, Djessy Homé
Music & Sound design by Yann Levasseur
Sound Production by Les écouteurs - lesecouteursprod.com
Shot on a Nikon D800 and built in AE.
Lauded producer and visionary performer, Henrik Schwarz pushes the boundaries of electronic music more than most. Watch this video to get an insight into his creative mind as we discuss his House Masters compilation and his approach to music-making. Also includes footage from the Innervisions party at Oval Space from 2013.
Track: Chasing Kurt ‘From The Inside’ (Henrik Schwarz Remix)
Out Now on vinyl: po.st/XYYjr1
Digital Release: 24/02/14
Filmed on location at Oval Space: ovalspace.co.uk/
Defected YouTube is the home of house music with artists including MK, Sam Divine, Noir, Copyright, Nick Curly, Dennis Ferrer
BOMBAY BICYCLE CLUB - Lights Out Words Gone (Todd Terje remix)
The opening track “Take The Fall” indicates nicely which direction the journey with Paskal & Urban Absolutes will take: The sugar sweet, soothing voice of Pete Josef from Bristol (one half of The White Lamp) bids you welcome in a very charming way and the production implies lasciviously that we’re standing on the stairway to clubland. Already with the next track “Here Again” we are in the middle of the eye of the storm. Paul Randolph (the official singer of the Jazzanova live band) purifies a true dancefloor banger, that – and this is the big stunt – also works just as well at home.
For “White Walls” and “Flieg Los” Alexa Voss of Neve Naive wrote some super catchy lyrics and lends her vocals to the two poppiest songs of the whole album. An album which is rich in pop appeal but never concealing its strong affinity for dance music – as in house, techno and even boogie.
Take for instance “Hold Your Head Up” (featuring Kasar), a mysterious hybrid best described imagining the Pet Shop Boys doing deep house together with Hot Chip. Or “The Way”, where we are delighted by the tonsils of Desney Bailey and an arrangement so eager for the bassline that it evokes nothing but smiling faces and the urge to shake your body. Catchiness, positivism and euphoria (the name of one track by the way) – these are the catchphrases that come to mind when listening to this truly mesmerizing debut by one of the most promising new acts in a scene not to be defined by any genre.
When second-last track, “Melancholia”, kicks in it’s like the end of the best holidays of your life. A perfect Balearic bliss with memories of sitting at the sea, listening to a distant guitar and waving goodbye to a setting golden sun. So long, my friends.
This album will impress you and your future guests with awe for months to come. Rest assured.
LP/CD -> www.sonarkollektiv.com/releases/SK266CD/
Electric Wizard are a doom metal band from Dorset, England that formed in 1993. The band have since recorded seven albums, two of which are now considered to be landmarks of their genre: Come My Fanatics…, and Dopethrone. Electric Wizard have a distinct yet traditional doom metal sound that incorporates stoner and sludge traits, with lyrics typically involving the occult, witchcraft, H.P. Lovecraft, horror films and cannabis.
Music promo for Franz Ferdinand and the first single off their upcoming album.
Director of photography:
director: louis de caunes
production designer: lola osorio
editor: lionel devuyst
colorist: benjamin di giacomo
sound designer: mathieu rathelot
you can download the track for free here: toys-music.com
we are from LA
A short film by Chris McCoy & Adam Neustadter
Cast: Shawn Christensen, Lou Bernstein, Sarah Heyward, Michael C. Hsiung, Tim Bennett, Chris McCoy, Tom Sykes, & Ivy Strohmaier.
Matthew Waterson as the voice of The Bicycle.
Director of Photography: Todd Banhazl
1st AC: Justin Cameron
2nd AC: George Nienhuis
Costume Designer: Audrey Neustadter
Art Department: Jake Frank
Editor: Adam Neustadter
Sound Design: Elliot Thompson
Foley Mixer: Stephen P. Chesley
Composer: Dominic Matar
Colorist: Kevin Cannon @ Prehistoric Digital
Austin Film Festival
Florida Film Festival
Mecal International Film Festival of Barcelona
LA Shorts Fest
Woods Hole Film Festival
Interfilm Berlin Film Festival
The Bicycle FIlm Festival
Flight Facilities - Crave you feat. Giselle