Oren Lavie directs the a classically beautiful b/w video for his Vanessa Paradis collaboration, bringing to life a "bedroom crime" in a house that's "too big for the size of their own relationship" and that seems haunted by his past lovers.
The new video for Wax Tailor ft. IDIL “For The Worst” was shot somewhere in the middle of nowhere in Arizona. With this video, director Julien Hosmalin has given us an arid, sombre short film in support of the first opus off the french artist’s fifth album.
As usual, director Hosmalin thrusts us into a gripping story, masterfully staged, filled with passion, betrayal, and revenge. Discover this little gem without delay!
HK Corp presents the new music video of The Avener ft. Adam Cohen "We go home”. Julien Hosmalin, the director, takes us on a road trip with three friends in sunny California. In a world driven by freedom and youth, the three protagonists are trapped in a love triangle.
Julien Hosmalin (Director) :
The clip IGNITION describes a love affair, thought and built in three stages : the desire, passion and destruction.
In this story, a young woman is under the influence of a man who uses his power on her. Asphyxiated by this, she tries to find a way out from this destroying relationship. But, it inevitably leads them towards a painful end.
HK CORP presents the video-clip of Unité & Litre, the new single of Baloji's forthcoming album 64 Bits and Malachite. After Capture, his collaboration with Mipipo keeps bringing the Belgian rapper back to his origins, in Kinshasa, DRC.
Baloji himself directed Unité & Litre, giving birth to an ever more personal clip involving the talented dancer & choregrapher Jolie Ngemi.
Baloji reveals a first glimpse of his forthcoming album, 64 Bits and Malachite released in October. The song Capture is the result of his collaboration with the talented singers Petite Noire and Muanza and the German producer Thomas Azier.
Punk rockers probably shouldn't age gracefully, but such is (debatably) the case with Mau Maus singer Rick Wilder in this portrait of the anarchist as a very old man for Ariel Pink. Wilder still looks the part — think Johnny Rotten, but older and skinnier — and still clings to his punk dreams, but his days are mostly spent just scraping by and surviving.
Invisible forces, repeated actions, a missing hamster, see-through souls and an array of cuts and bruises that get explained at the end... Welcome back Casseurs Flowters, a French hip-hop duo that continues to be one of the most consistently interesting and provocative music video acts in the world.