Wired_ Jacob Collier translates Harmony on different levels.
Boiler Room_ Four Tet
Kieran Hebden maybe did the best boiler room to date; with more than an hour of absorbing visuals responding through his live set.
Renown for his absolute live sets, Four Tet drops some of the fluid abilities that enable him to perform as such.
Expression- Young Fathers
World leaders are very human and above all grown up kids
Expression- The Dumplings
A unique video direction depicting ‘beings in the concrete jungle’ from the electropop Polish band, with the duo work from Justyna Święs and Kara Karaś; on Betonowy Las.
Taken from the album Process; released in earlier ’17.
Expression_ Jordan Rakei
Newly signed on Ninja Tune, Jordan Rakei depicts social anxiety and being introverted on his latest album Wallflower.
Lecture_ RBMA x Black Madonna
Marea Stamper, known for her work as Black madonna, speaks about her; from selling mixtapes in illegal raves to becoming one of the most respected DJs and producer working today.
Jam_ Anderson .Paak x The Free Nationals
Wordsmith Anderson .Paak with his band the Free Nationals on NPR’s Tiny Music Desk Concert. Heads up for this wholly talented and massive perfomance.
Interview x Obeygiant
About Shepard Fairey‘s art and his perception on it; visually, politically and generally.
Directed by Brett Novak.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra : Necessary Evil
From the album Multi-Love.
Interview x Photography_ René Burri
Iconic Swiss photographer takes us on a journey through six images from his archive, photographing figures like Che Guevara chain-smoking in his office in 1963, Pablo Picasso in Cannes in 1957 and American G.I.s being entertained in a brothel in Seoul in 1961. Burri also recalls his iconic 1960 São Paulo photograph ‘Men on a Rooftop, 1960′, shooting the San Cristobal Stables in Mexico city in 1976 and the reopening of the Suez Canal in 1974, explaining why modern techniques like photoshopping are getting in the way of our pursuit for the truth.
Directed by Anthony Austin, Interview by Matt Willey and Produced by Helena Reis.
Gold Panda : In My Car
A real life motion for In My Car by Gold Panda, portraying the love for our old folks. Track is from his album Good Luck And Do Your Best. Directed by Rob Brandon, Produced by Kat Cattaneo and Cinematography by Rina Yang.
Lecture_RBMA x Haruomi Hosono
Member of the rock band Happy End and the electronic band Yellow Magic Orchestra, Haruomi Hosono, on the RBMA interview of November 2014. In this session; a discussion and focus on his fascinating solo work of the ’70s and ’80s, talks about japanese and american culture and so much more.
Binker Golding and Moses Boyd talk about their new album and their inspiration on jazz music. What happens when a Tenor Sax player pairs with a drummer? Discover it through Dem Ones.
Elderbrook : Could
Equals : Pyre
Produced by Olivier Darriet-Fisher and directed by Louis Ellison. Track is from the Old Habits – EP.
Technology_ 4D Sound
What does it mean to make music with space?
Jam_ Black Screen Sessions
Sebastian Sturm performs ‘Get Going’ for Jamafra.
Clap! Clap! : (P) Playfulness.
Taken from the Simple Ep out on Black Acre records, Directed by Loup Blaster.
Documentary_ RELEASE by The New British
A short documentary film on House Shuffling in Britain. Official Selection Raindance Film Festival 2014. Directed by Kez Glozier.
Interview x Gear_ A Guy Called Gerald
Lecture_RBMA x Floating Points
Floating Points talks about his all time favourites and what led him to become what he is today. Hosted by Benji B for Red Bull Music Academy.
Sebastian Mullaert and Marcus Henriksson perform a 23mins session for Ableton.
Photay : Monday
Directed by Ivan Cash and Produced by Sprinkle Lab.
Havana Club Rumba Sessions
Gilles Peterson on the frontlines in discovering and spreading the Rumba genre.
Visualisation conducted by Nonotak Studio at Société des Arts Technologiques.
Interview x Jam_ Sound Lab Mumbai
Blockhead : The Music Scene
Interview_VSCO x Shigeto
Flying Lotus : Never Catch Me ft Kendrick Lamar.
Starring : Will Simmons & Angel Gibbs. Directed by Hiro Murai and produced by Jason Colon.