New York singer-songwriter Amber Mark unveils her debut music video. Courtney Phillips directs a raw, textured and intimate performance from Amber, shot through the lens of an unseen lover. ‘Lose My Cool’ exposes the cracks under the surface through a series of familiar unfortunate events.
Singer/songwriter John Presnell teams up with guitarist extraordinaire Stephane Wrembel (composer for the Grammy-winning score to Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris) for an album that takes an often hilarious look at the state of modern love. The video for the leadoff single captures that spirit with a clever and surreal cartoon of a lion who just can't get lucky.
LA-based Clara’s piece for Isaac Gracie’s ‘Reverie' is a surreal, mysterious & thought-provoking short film which leaves the viewer to interpret the meaning.
“When I think about today’s youth.... The world they’re inheriting is possibly going to be a disastrous one. It’s this feeling that begat this concept.”
The story follows a friendship between a girl who becomes ‘affected’ and her best friend, who in the face of adversity, tries to find a way to continue their lives as normal, in a touching tale of childhood friendship.
This is actually a segment from the new children's tv series "RAD Lands" (from the creator of Yo Gabba Gabba!). The show was created to teach kids where their food comes from and how to make healthy eating choices!
PHFAT and Mac Motel have teamed up with Cape Town director Rob Smith to launch their latest track, the nostalgic love jam Keep You Safe. The mellow music and quirky styling of the video counter PHFAT’s usual dark presence and sound, but the video’s ambiguities will run amok in viewers’ minds.
Challenging the aesthetics of Punk, Jazz and Breakbeat-Electro! A pan-European three-piece consisting of Saxophone, bass, drums and electronics, PRAQ! are the first band to ever record in a nuclear power plant, under a 20m high highway bridge, in a shipping container or on a frozen lake. Whaling horns, throbbing bass-lines, stomping beats with echoes of Battles, !!! (chk chk chk) and Lucky Chops, but with a sound all of their own that defies the very genres they tip-toe.