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Rivver :: Lamu

25 portraits creating 25 different mini-stories. Every person and every eye is shown behind a surface: glass, plastic, water, etc. Its an outside-in view on all these characters.

Director: Mathieu Grimard • DP: John Londono.

Rivver is François Bélanger (Frank Garrett), electronic music producer from Montreal, Canada.

Villagers :: Cecelia & Her Selfhood

Directed by Adrien Merigeau.

Music by Villagers / Conor O’Brien • Dragon / Jackal cut-out paper sequences by Eimhin McNamara.

Hatti Vatti & Synkro :: Tokyo

New Moon Recordings‘ cornerstone artist Hatti Vatti is set to release his long-awaited debut album, entitled Worship Nothing, on 3 February 2014.

Floating, haunted vocals pervade the half-step of “Tokyo” a shimmering collaboration with Manchester producer Synkro. Also hovering around the minimal 170bpm sound are “Synthesis” and “Black Flowers”, which features vocals from Lady Katee. Slowing down to a garage-tinted swing, “Nights” is yet another collaboration with a UK artist — Versa.

Throughout Worship Nothing, Hatti Vatti has created an atmosphere that draws the listener deep into his own world of beautifully crafted beats, ambient textures, and sub-bass frequencies. Grab your headphones and float away…

Sage Francis :: Blue

“BLUE” was written and performed by Sage Francis • Music produced by Reanimator • Scratches by Buddy Peace • Video directed & edited by Jay Brown.

“BLUE” is off of the SICK TO D(EAT)H mixtape // Sage Francis‘ upcoming album “COPPER GONE” drops on June 3, 2014 via STRANGE FAMOUS RECORDS.

Among many things, this song and video touch upon the subject of PTSD. There are many organizations and resources that are available to vets who are struggling with civilian life, but not everyone feels comfortable reaching out for help. Some people might not even know that they need help until it’s too late.

Jan Roth :: Einundzwanzig

»Einundzwanzig« is taken from Jan Roth‘s album “L.O.W.” • Sinnbus Records Berlin 2013.

The Glitch Mob :: Can’t Kill Us

The Glitch Mob “Can’t Kill Us” • Video directed by beeple.

Taken from “Love Death Immortality” • Out February 11th, 2014 • Glass Air Records.

Mitch Stratten :: OCP

Mitch Stratten’s 5 minute film OCP is the culmination of two years of exacting work and Stratten’s most ambitious project yet. Despite its surreal narrative, the visual language of OCP feels strangely familiar, and viewers will recognise the influence and techniques of cinema and film-making. Stratten’s accompanying soundtrack is integral to the piece and informs the viewers response. “I want people to experience this in a really immersive way,” says Stratten, “ideally wearing headphones with high volume.”

The boundary-blurring imagery of OCP seamlessly combines physical performance, large-scale mechanical engineering and computer technology. Stratten: “OCP is a unification of the physical and psychological in a very literal way, exposing concerns in our perception of belief.”

Full-res limited edition available on Sedition.

Akkord :: Folded Edge

From Manchester producers Synkro & Indigo comes Akkord‘s new single “Folded Edge”.

Taken from the self-titled debut album • Released on Houndstooth Records.

“Akkord began as a shadowy collective with an espoused passion for mathematics and sacred geometry, crafting intelligent and beautifully oppressive electronic music. Eventually revealed as a collaboration between experienced Mancunian bass producers Synkro and Indigo, ‘Akkord’ blurs the lines between junglist revivalism, smoky ambience, and suctioned dub, with a consistently engaging pulse linking the styles. Carefully arranged and achieving maximum impact on a proper soundsystem, Akkord have turned in an ominous and daring debut LP.”

MOORS :: Asphyxiated

MOORS is Keith Stanfield with Production by HH.

Director: David M. Helman • Producer: Jamie Geoghan • Cinematographer: Trevor Wineman.

TERRITOIRE :: Blanc

Official video for ‘Blanc’ by TERRITOIRE from the album “Mandorle” out on Envelope Collective.

Direction & photography by Pedro Martín-Calero.

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