There are people vanishing in this city.
Conceptually based on original ‘Quiet Man’ artwork by John Foxx.
Editing, Filming & Direction – Karborn, Xavier Boivin, Michael Kinsella-Perks.
Assisted by – Daniel Mancini
Shadow Man – Xavier Boivin
Shadow Woman – Yani Foord
Shot on location in East London. Treatments to video material includes re filming through Trinitron broadcast monitors and tracing paper, among other special effects.
Many thanks to everyone involved.
The Synthetic Dream Foundation has just released a brand new music video for their track “Forever more (feat. Lauren Krothe)”. The track is off of the bands most recent release, “Where drowned suns still glimmer” and showcases the dark and glitchy orchestral direction the band has been moving towards in the last several years.
The music video also highlights the visual direction the band has been moving towards for both music videos and live video that they map onto 3d surfaces during performances. The vocals are provided by singer/songwriter Lauren Krothe, who also just recently released her debut album “Child of Babylon”, though you may also know her from her work with Panzer AG and Aesthetic Perfection.
As a compliment to the upcoming Double “A-Side” single “Rising Sky / Stardust”, Juggernaut Media Group is delighted to unveil for the first time the world of Synthpop/Ambient crossover artist Christopher Gurney, recording as IIOIOIOII (Pronounced “I.O”)
“Rising Sky” is taken from the forthcoming album “Sun”, scheduled for a November release on Juggernaut Media Group.
Promotional video for the retrospective 2008 studio album ‘Pop Ghost’. Release Sept. 24th 2013. Crab Key Records
Electro Spectre is working on new material – in the meantime here is some Electro Spectre retro!
While recording the album ‘Watch It All Turn’, Electro Spectre recorded the non album track Bleeding initially for a Norwegian Film back in 2008. The song was early picked up by our now good friend and collaborator Javier Martinez Camino from Spain. He made this awesome video to the song, using vintage footage from New York.
Goldfrapp have released the latest in their series of short films that accompany their new album “Tales Of Us”, which is released through Mute on 9 September 2013. “Tales Of Us” was written and produced by band members Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory and was recorded at their studio in the English countryside as we reported a while back. The short film was shot by filmmaker Lisa Gunning who is creating a film to accompany the album. It will be shown in cinemas later this year.
Additional info below:
‘Annabel’, from the forthcoming album “Tales of Us” (out 9th Sept UK / 10th Sept US).
Pre-order “Tales Of Us”: iTunes: http://smarturl.it/talesofusitunes
Direct: (including the exclusive Deluxe Box set): http://goldfrapp.sandbaghq.com
Trailer and all films are co created by Alison Goldfrapp & Lisa Gunning.
Trailer and all films written, directed & edited by Lisa Gunning.
Produced by Stephanie Zari. Cinematography by Brian Strange.
This track was created using a Step Sister, a Casio VL-1, Ibanez DM500 delay and an Inkel MX880E Mixer, details below:
Using the DM500 and the inkel mixer i was able to create a wide delay effect by running the DM500’s normal and inverted outputs into the mixer separately and hard panning and EQing them. Interestingly this technique isn’t mono compatible though so if you’re listening on a phone or tablet you won’t hear any of the delay due to phase cancellation trickery :O Another quicky this one as i’ve been too busy to do my weekly upload so i’m trying to catchup!
Right, so here’s the idea. Trying to write, upload and give away a fresh piece of music on a roughly weekly basis. Will i be able to keep it up? Will i run out of ideas? Can i be bothered? How shoddy will they be? Does anybody care? God knows. But that’s the point.
Basically the idea is to flex my musical muscles a bit. I have collected quite a bit of gear over the years and not much of it is getting used as much as i’d like, so this is my attempt to justify all those purchases whilst practising improving and getting ideas down fast as an antidote to procrastination. “Inspiration exists, but it has to find you working.” as Picasso once said.
Royalty free for you to use for whatever under the creative commons license. Just rip the audio out of the video for now, i’ll get these tracks uploaded to a dropbox account when i get my act together. Let me know if you use it, i’d be stoked.
Track number 1 from My Killing Game’s upcoming debut album.
Markus Bustad (ex-Z Prochek) have with his solo-project released a new video. It is the song “The Sorry One” taken from the forthcoming, still untitled studio album.
Earlier this week we reported about the new album by Henric De La Cour, now you can also watch the first video taken from the album for the track “Shark”.
Henric de la Cour “Shark”. First single taken from the album “Mandrills” (11 September 2013, Scandinavia and 13 September Rest Of The World). Video directed by Per Norman (www.pernorman.se) // (c) 2013 Copyright Control / All rights reserved Progress Productions / www.progress-productions.com / www.facebook.com/ProgressPro
If you’re into lo-fi 80s electronica, the Bedroom Cassette Masters 1980-89 compilations are a must… Check out this free 15-minute mix of tracks from the first two albums..
Out now is the debut EP from London based old school electropop act The Department. The “Transformed EP” holds very enjoyable electropop with ‘a penchant for the 80’s’ as the band correctly calls it. The EP will be out officially tomorrow. The Department itself is a project by Robin Green.
Check Bandcamp for an immediate download of the 4-track EP in your choice of high-quality MP3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.
Below is the video for “Take My Hand”, directed by Luke Mescalito.
The debut video from The Department, London. Buy Link: http://thedepartment.bandcamp.com/alb…
© R.Green/C.Bourne 2013
The Department ‘Take My Hand’ production credits…
Director: Luke Mescalito
D.O.P Izack Morales
Editor: Michael Mikilo
Colourist: Tom Urbye
Production Manager: Irina Smolinskaya