Up close with Soulwax’s gear-heavy live installation.
Earlier this year, Soulwax released From Deewee, an album recorded by the veteran Belgian band in a single take. The latest video to accompany the LP mirrors this one-take approach, getting up close and personal with the band’s gear-heavy live installation, “Transient Program for Drums and Machinery”.
Recorded live in London by Bullion Productions’ James Willis, the video for ‘Is It Always Binary’ is about as close as you can get to seeing Soulwax live without being in the same room.
It’s a taste of what to expect from their current tour, which closes out in December with a date in Manchester and two nights at London’s Roundhouse.
From the forthcoming album ‘Low In High School’ out November 17th.
For the release of their latest track, The End, French act KCPK enlisted director Loïc Andrieu, known for his darkly cinematic shorts, to envision a hellish future world.
From ‘Criminal,’ out February 2, 2018 on Sacred Bones Records.
Noisey brings you the visuals for ‘Rotten Apple’, the standalone single from J2K featuring Wiley, two of the original members of Roll Deep.
Video created by Black Balloon for Neil Young’s “Hitchhiker” from ‘Hitchhiker’ Available now at http://www.NeilYoung.com.
Life experienced at different speeds as the city wakes up over a Saturday morning. Filmed throughout Glasgow, from Crookston in the south-west, through the City Centre to Easterhouse and Cranhill.
Made by: Blair Young
Filmed by: Michael Sherrington, Nick Aiton & Blair Young
Focus Puller on studio shoot: Clyde Jones
Camera Assistant: Marie Liden
Production: Olivia Reitala, Beth Allan for The Forest of Black
Colourist: John Sackey
Ellanor & George Herron
Flore De Hoog
Leo & Dara
With thanks to: Kelly McAllister & Broadcast, Victoria Black & Remake Remodel, Kinning Park Complex, David Gourley, Sarah Martin, Calumn Shearer, Kate Cotter and David Archibald.