It’s with great excitement that we share the expansive vistas and deserted spaces of Neil Krug’s promo for Reach for the Dead from the much anticipated new album Tomorrow’s Harvest from Boards of Canada.
“You can change your hair, you can change your eyes, you can change your nose…I’ll still find you.” And so begins – albeit not in the order things unfurl – a music promo mystery from Hawaii & Smith in which a guy follows clues to find the girl. Not quite making the cut as amateur [...]
Mixing stunning in-camera effects with glorious black and white cinematography, creative duo Bison’s unforgettable music video for London Grammar track Wasting My Young Years is a haunting vision that only grows in stature after discovering the creative production process involved. Shot on 35mm using a custom built camera rig consisting of 625 pinhole cameras designed [...]
Love and sacrifice overcome the cold eternal grip of death in Paris Zarcilla’s award winning promo for Slow Magic’s Feel Flows.
Much more observational documentary than music promo (albeit with the odd special effects flourish), Vincent Haycock’s impressive new film for Raffertie’s Build Me Up follows Compton residents, the Mays Brothers, as they move through their world whilst discussing their deep dedication to one another.
Tragic fates are unavoidably played out as Philippe Tempelman and Say Lou Lou reunite in music video land for Julian.
Over the past few months we’ve become big fans of the visually deviant music promos to come from the combined directorial force that is BRTHR (Alex Lee & Kyle Wightman). In their latest video for Iggy Azalea track Bounce, the pair expanded their original Indian wedding treatment to a multi-coloured India location shoot. DN asked [...]
A cornucopia of depravities run free in Flokim Lucas’ (NSFW) animated promo for French electronic twosome Bot’Ox’s The Face of Another.
If you’ve ever been left feeling slightly perplexed as to what your response should be when that special lady in your life declares “Treat Me Right“, Ohji has riddled out the solution and added a touch of intergalactic flare in his promo for Keys N Krates:
Directing duo Jubar & Baudry bring the animated tritone style to their promo for Lou Marco’s Don’t Care.