NYC based Scissor & Thread co-founder Francis Harris discuss his new collaborative project Aris Kindt and takes us through the concept for the 45 minute long music video, directed by Rikke Benborg, that accompanies the album.
Ahead of our rave in Peckham on 13 November, we caught up with visual artist Matilda Skelton Mace to discuss her light sculptures and how she will be installing them into Bussey Building to create an all encompassing magnetic audiovisual experience.
With his self-directed video for the equally delicate and physical ‘National Water’, Madegg covers his hefty kicks with a veil of smoke. Shot at the north side of Lake Biwa in Japan, this music video offers an abstract view of Komatsu’s music.
French artists Irwin Barbé and Louise Ernandez reflect on their latest music video ‘Zou’ – “We think the whole mythology of Berlin nights unconsciously makes them even more intense: there’s a feeling of being part of a real community and a form of underground tradition.”
Made up of mangled 3D particles and glitchy phreatic visions, the video draws custom-made contours to the grainy ambientisms of Morkebla and BAT’s compositions. A magnificent three-minute visual trip we can do nothing but urge you to watch.
With Festival Forte looming round the corner, we took the chance to catch up with Robert Henke to talk about his audiovisual laser performance Lumiere II and his involvement with the Portuguese festival.
We’re premiering Aboutface’s remix and music video made for Amirali’s Dark Matters debut release. The VHS degenerated music video was predominantly shot in Victoria Park, London, amalgamated with found VHS footage.
Celebrating the release of Simo Cell’s debut EP on Livity Sound’s sub label dnuoS ytiviL, we’re proud to bring you the video premiere for his track ‘Cellar Door’, directed by talented friend and regular collaborator Ndayé Kouagou.
UK-based collective Neversleep (Moiré and Disguise) team up with Inverted Audio to present a stunning 30-minute audio-visual mashup of film fragments and visual experiments driven by a kaleidoscopic soundtrack. Neversleep are also offering a free download of an unreleased track.
London based visual artist Oliver Jennings has released a biographical video account of the transition from an award winning RHS Chelsea Flower Show installation to performing live immersive visuals fusing the living and the digital worlds alongside Rone and Ochre.