Dutch director Menno Fokma and production company Mr. Frank are behind the new clip of the band Klangstof for their title “We Are Your Receiver”. We can see a group of mentally disoriented individuals, victims of their own obsessions. They’re trapped in little rooms, that the camera captures in panoramic, and controlled by an online entertainment company.
French duet Grand Soleil, from Pain Surprises records, revealed the music video of “Misfits”, first extract of their EP “This Is A Good Day”. The video, composed of draws and directed by Benjamin Artola, take us in a road trip in a strange and hallucinatory universe with the rhythm of the sunny, fresh and warm electronic music where several atmospheres merge together.
Icelandic artist Kitty Von-Sometime is behind “The Weird Girls Project” which the goal is characterized by highlighting the beauty of women bodies. In her last video she stages them on the track “Dim the lights” by Sia and CREEP, ornamented by golden sequins emphasizing their forms and theirs curves.
Dezeen has recently unveiled “Beep”, a clever interactive device developed by Gadi Amit studio. This little silver or bronze module broadcast music or radio from Internet when connected to house’s speakers. Its tactile dial function enable the user to stop music just by touching it. To discover in images and video.
For the music video of their last track entitled “The New International Sound Pt2″, GENER8ION and M.I.A chose a particular but effective staging. In fact, they opted for borrowing some sequences from the “Dragon Girls” documentary, directed by Inigo Westmeier, which takes us in the biggest children wrestling school of China. Pictures and music are matching perfectly.
Focus on the new clip of RATATAT – “Abrasive”, from their 5th opus : a rock animation in black and white made from 4000 illustrations of one of the group member, Evan Mast (aka E.VAX). Produced by Perfect Branch, this video announces the universe of their upcoming album that will be released on the upcoming 17th July.
Australian animation studio Dropbear directed the Australian DJ Opiuo music video for his track “Quack Fat”. The video sets retro objects with the help of 240 audio cassettes, a walkman and 108 floppy discs. We can also find some video games like Tetris or the Brick Wall Breaker. All objects are moving with the music rhythm.
During the Weather Festival, musical event that took place from 4th to 6th June in Paris, photographer Antoine Guibert has stride along the different scenes to immortalize some moments. Through black and white pictures, he gives up portraits of festival-goers and artists such as Omar Souleyman. To discover.
For the opening ceremony of the Croisement Festival in Guangzhou, Visual System (who we already know ) has imagined “VS Carre X” : an interactive cube of 3 meters, built by Grand, and projecting light reacting according to the sound. This installation was animated by an original score by Thomas Vaquié which maximises the public’s immersion in this big exterior dispositive.