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22nd Mar2012

Catching Up: Devil`s Heartbeat Video Playlist

by luxulterior

I have been scouring the internet for what I hope will become a new trend: Music Video Playlists! Here is one of my favorites so far:

This was performed live on tinychat and bummerbit radio during BummerBit Presents – Devil`s Heartbeat
– A live virtual event held in videochat and streamed over Bummerbit radio

†† Synesthesiæ Films Visual / DJ Set: Haunted Disco ††


0. Haunted Disco (Serial Killer Spectre Ambient Opener) 00:00
1. Valotihkuu – Synaesthesia (Intro) 00:52
2. VHS Head – Sundown 04:33
3. Walsh – Kommissar ft.PERSONA LA AVE 06:20
4. Navigateur – Girl On The Couch 08:59
5. Cadillac – Dreams (Sun Glitters Remix) 11:34
6. Monster Rally – Rainbow Rd. (Teen Daze Remix) 15:33
7. A Gap Between – Blaster 18:55
8. LUST – Mémoire 21:05

Length: 23:57

12th Jan2012

Breaking Out: Shut Up And Play The Hits – Trailer

by BerNs

Few bands have been this influential in recent years. While some of us are still hopping that they will come together again somehow, James Murphy and his project LCD Soundsystem left the stage for the last time on april 2nd, 2011 on what some have considered one of the greatest losses of the decade in the music scene.

Despite the sadness, they left a legacy behind with their unique and fresh music leaving 3 critically acclaimed albums and millions of fans all over the world. On February 8, 2011, the band announced on its website “We are retiring from the game. Gettin’ out. Movin’ on.” and that they would be playing their last show ever on April 2 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Shortly after the show became instantly sold-out.

This documentary, directed by Dylan Southern and Will Lovelace, picks up the feel and energy of this 4-hour epic last show and tries to retrieve a more intimate portrait of James, providing us with clear evidence of the legacy of this band!

Here is the trailer released today and bellow the official synopsis:

“On April 2nd 2011, LCD Soundsystem played its final show at Madison Square Garden. LCD frontman James Murphy had made the conscious decision to disband one of the most celebrated and influential bands of its generation at the peak of its popularity, ensuring that the band would go out on top with the biggest and most ambitious concert of its career. The instantly sold out, near four-hour extravaganza did just that, moving the thousands in attendance to tears of joy and grief, with NEW YORK magazine calling the event “a marvel of pure craft” and TIME magazine lamenting “we may never dance again.” SHUT UP AND PLAY THE HITS is both a narrative film documenting this once in a life time performance and an intimate portrait of James Murphy as he navigates the lead-up to the show, the day after, and the personal and professional ramifications of his decision.”


09th Nov2011

Short-Film: Maniac

by BerNs

Today we bring you this terrific short-story inspired by Kid kudi‘s track Maniac. The film is the last directorial effort from the Hollywood super star Shia LaBeouf starring Scott Mescudi (Kid Cudi) & Chris Palko (Cage) and it features music form Kid Cudi & Dot Da Genius. After directing a video for Marilyn Manson and also a previous collaboration with Kid Cudi on his video for Marijuana, its no secret Shia LaBeouf wants to be a director and with this third video the actor takes his stardom closer to that goal!

In the video, a documentary team follows two serial killers as they go on a murder rampage through the snowy streets of some French-speaking city while the camera captures every killing on film until we get to a twist ending. Check it out for yourself bellow:


12th Oct2011

Catching Up : Miori

by luxulterior

Just when you think that you have heard it all, an artist shows up and proves you wrong. Aaron Sjorgren is one of those artists. He creates under the alias of Miori and has an album out called I Have No Memory of This place and you can hear it here.

Miori is published by Nueva Forma and currently working on a follow up to is first EP. He has graced us with some visuals and sound teasers.
One can hardly wait.

Miori Teaser 1 – 2012 from Aaron Sjogren on Vimeo.


23rd Sep2011

Breaking Out: Com Truise – Brokendate

by BerNs

Leave it to Ghostly International to provide a beautiful, stylish film by Director Will Joines as a first video from Com’s EP Galactic Melt. Produced by Sarah Romney and featuring the beautiful cinematography of Zoë White, Com Truise takes on a sci-fy Film Noir trip full of evocative beats and retro-futuristic jams.

Com Truise – “Brokendate” from Ghostly International on Vimeo.

30th Aug2011

Short-Film: inter // states

by luxulterior

Inter // States is a Tokyo time-lapse piece by photographer Samuel Cockedey. The soundtrack is “Paradigm Flux (Tokyo Cut)” by Woob, from the “Paradigm Flux” EP (listen) and is available here.

I have seldom seen a better combination of music and time lapse photography.


17th Aug2011

Catching Up: Matta – Release the Freq

by luxulterior

Kim Holm is a Designer & Motion Graphics Artist based in Oslo, Norway and he recently added Director to his already brilliant curriculum. His latest Video work amazingly gives life to Matta’s Release the Freq. The band is the dubstep project of James and Andy Matta from London and their album Prototype was released back in November on Ad Noiseam. Check out the amazing video bellow:

Also see the rest of his amazing video work on VIMEO and his Design work over at FLICKR.


13th Aug2011

Short-Films: 8 Hours in Brooklyn

by BerNs

Next Level Pictures brings us this unbelievable video shot within an 8 hour span in Brooklyn, NYC. They are working on a series of Spots and this is part of the footage for those. Its a collection of slow-motion captures gathered together to the sound of SkreamWhere you should be. But dont think this is any ordinary slow-mo, this was shot with a Phantom Flex Camera.

In case you dont know why that is relevant, this camera is one of the Wonders of our days and it slows down time with perfect smoothness with an incredible 2,564 frames per second and it can cost you between 50.000 to 150.000 $ depending on it specifications. The camera alone is enough to make jaw-dropping images but this video also displays top-notch cinematography by Jonathan Bregel and the result is a stellar piece of film. I was blown away by this and im sure you will be too:


29th Jul2011

Short-Films: The Burn Units – Ride / Alive

by BerNs

Burn Energy Drink is a high sugar, high caffeine content energy drink with a citrus flavor that comes in a 8.3 (250 ml) or 16.9 oz (500 ml) can. The drink is distributed in several countries by The Coca-Cola Company and the brand is hugely involved with extreme sports like skate, skiing and snowboarding and sponsors a number of events across the world but mainly in Europe and they also have several snowboarding teams across Europe. So naturally they’ve used those resources to create short-films involving their athletes and their brand resulting in a few artistic videos that have been coming out since last year from which i’m going to feature a couple.

The first one to come out was my favorite and its called Ride. Directed by Garth Davis and set on advertising agency Publicis Mojo, Sydney, Australia, the film was shot in Mexico City and features Steve Berra along with mexican skaters, Jesus Gonzalez, Eder Martinez, Mario Saenz, Angel Santiago and American Luis Tolentino. The film shows the skaters riding their boards across the city and lighting on fire as they go, bursting out the energy trapped inside their bodys. Its a seriously good, amazingly shot and brilliantly executed film! Unfortunately the Vimeo link (which had the most quality) is now private and we’re unable to display it here so we are featuring the Youtube link:

Alive its a more recent work released at the beginning of this year and features Austrian snowboarder Gigi Rüf, Norwegian Ståle Sandbech and French Arthur Longo in a film shot in Vorarlberg, Austria and directed by Per-Hampus Stålhandske. The concept is similar to the first but at the same time it has a completely different feel to it, nonetheless its also a brilliant video: