This creative music video for Christoper Noyes’s newest single Grapheme will bring out your inner wild child.
Bored of the too-easy point/click way we find new music, I decided to make my own songs harder and more interesting to get hold of. I spent a year hiding CDs with my music on in cities around the world (with a little help from friends). I filmed the whole thing, including the responses I […]
The Last Myself is a project about the tautology of watching one’s own reflection in the mirror while saying one’s own name. It’s an exploration how your identity reveals itself through the echo of repetition. You are invited to repeat your name in front of the mirror while recording yourself with the camera, staying open to the revelations that will follow.
Tête à Tête is a combination of film, photography and stop motion in the guise of three short storylines and a series of portraits around a contemporary topic. It’s all the work of SOETr (aka Axel de Wilde), a freelance designer from the Netherlands.
Cinnamon Chasers is a techno music project started by Russ David in 2008. This London-born musician recently released his new album called Science, and it is definitely something that could work as my life soundtrack.
Holiday for Strings is a 5 piece band featuring John from Peter, Bjorn and John, and Pony from Thieves Like Us. The fabulously named Swedish-group is back with an awesome new single and video.
John Cho Moore grew tired of the limitations of the industrial design process and is now trying to capture the essence of design with his beautifully handmade bamboo and canvas bags.
Dråpe (which is Norwegian for ‘water droplet’) are one of my favorite bands. Their sound is creative, chilled, and laidback. I’m sure that they’re going to hit it big it Norway this year.
Registrations for the 2011 Music Video Mash-Up registrations are now open. This is an annual competition that pairs up-and-coming musicians and directors across Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. Bands and filmmakers are paired randomly over the June long weekend to compete for thousands of dollars in prizes, including the winning band and filmmaker being flown to […]
Artsteps is a web-based environment that allows its members to create virtual art galleries in lifelike 3D spaces. It’s a way for artists, art organizations and art enthusiasts to model actual or virtual exhibitions by designing realistic three-dimensional room complexes. Virtual exhibitions can be explored on the Artsteps website or can be embedded on any […]
In my installation, Colossus, at Shay Arye Gallery, a video stream flows towards the giant Colossus (three metres tall) like ‘the river that issues from Eden to water the garden’ [Genesis 2:10]. However, unlike abundance in its enlightened or spiritual sense, the river flowing through the exhibition is a river of excess.
Australian pop siren Lenka takes a 360-degree approach to her music, cultivating a fantastically quirky visual aesthetic to match the lighthearted lilt of her compositions. Our friends at Flavorpill are featuring an exclusive interactive video interview with her where she talks about the making of her new album, why she wants to work with David […]
The wonderful comic female singing duo Garfunkel and Oates finally have a new CD out titled All Over Your Face. And if you’ve never heard their music or seen one of their videos, I highly suggest that you stop what you are doing and watch this one. You won’t be disappointed. We’ve all had present […]