Master bass player Thundercat is a core part of the LA music scene — from his collaborations with Flying Lotus, Kamasi Washington and Kendrick Lamar to his own solo work. His new EP features his best track yet, "Them Changes," performed here with keyboardist Dennis Hamm and drummer Justin Brown.
Silva - Beija Eu (Marisa Monte / Arnaldo Antunes / Arto Lindsay)
Direção: Jorge Bispo Assistente de direção: Nathalia Atayde Direção de fotografia: Julia Equi Assistente de fotografia: Yury Aires Edição: Glauber Vianna Color grade: Fabricio Batista Produção Executiva: Lucas Silva Produção: Rodrigo Rosado e Luana Ribas Técnico em Iluminação Cênica: Hugo Coutinho Eletricistas: Ricardo Tato e Luciano Oliveira Maquiagem: Camila Alves
Agradecimentos especiais: Aline Pommer, Amanda de Godoi, Ana Quintella, Arto Lindsay, Carol Nobre, Clara Maria, Daniela Gleiser, Eduardo Prado, Francisco Vitti, Giovanna Velasco, Helio de la Peña, Hugo Coutinho, Joana Couto, Juliana Magalhães, Leo Campos, Lian Tai, Lucas Loureiro, Maria Ribeiro, Matheus VK, Nathalia Atayde, Nathalie Melot, Pedro Henrique França, Pique Bandeira e Rodrigo Rosado.
um projeto Slap e DOMA // Lucas Silva, Silva e André Paste
“If you listen to my playing, I try to become an instrument; play the mood of the song. For example, ‘Four thousand holes in Blackburn, Lancashire,’ - boom ba bom. I try to show that; the disenchanting mood. The drum fills are part of it.” Ringo Starr
Of very few individual songs can it be said, ‘This changed the course of popular music.’ ‘A Day In The Life’ is one such song.
Recorded in January and February 1967, a large orchestra was assembled for the amazing additional flourishes and fills, although at first the 40 classically trained musicians struggled with the concept of what they were being asked to play.
George Martin and Paul conducted the orchestra and helped to create a finished track that was more than just different, it was utterly unique. Starting from John’s beautiful song, the end result was something simply unbelievable.
As you can see from the film, this was no ordinary recording session. The classical musicians, who had been asked to wear evening dress, took it upon themselves to wear fake noses, funny hats and generally enter into the spirit of the occasion. Filmed between 8pm and 1am with guests including Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, the occasion provided some of the inspiration for what transpired during the recording and filming of ‘All You Need Is Love’ for the Our World project.
New York City dance-punk band !!! (Chk Chk Chk)’s new video for ‘Dancing Is The Best Revenge’, taken from ‘Shake The Shudder’, out May 19th on Warp Records.
“When we recorded Dancing Is The Best Revenge I pitched up my voice, becoming Nicole Fayu in the studio - much like Prince became Camille and Morrissey became Ann Coates. the groove felt like a strut or walk and i imagined it akin to drag or ballroom culture.
After The One 2 video featured such strong dance performances, and was filmed in the historic LA venue Jalisco, we decided to give the song to some girls who could really walk the walk and perform the song as in the spirit of reinvention. We traded some outfits and makeup tips and they helped me become IRL Nicole Fayu. Dancing with them was a blast, and it was great to finally see the song walked. I have to admit, I'm not used to being out performed in a video.
These ladies ignore a world that tells them who they should be - they take the stage, walking as whoever they want to be, and that’s their best revenge. Maybe you’ll never put on heels, maybe you'll never walk onstage, maybe you’ll never be anyone else, but maybe this song/vid/story inspires you to try something you haven't before.”—Nic Offer
Cast: Nic Offer Kamryn Moore-Fierce Nikki Moore Makena Moore Phoebe Monroe DeLa Strawberry
Crew: Director - Will Galperin Producer - Kyle Thompson Director of Photography - Jonathan Michael Mahoney Camera Operator - Jose Babcock 1st AC / Camera Operator - Adam Niva Production Assistant / Camera Operator - Michael Lipton Production Assistant - Ben Graham Smith Editor - Kyle Thompson Location Manager - Sergio Hernandez
Building on Elton John and Bernie Taupin’s Californian inspiration, Max Weiland filmed a video for “Tiny Dancer” that reflects on life in Los Angeles from a dozen different people, all unfolding behind the wheel of their cars. The Cut, proudly supported by YouTube, invited filmmakers to create the first official music videos for three of Elton John’s most famous songs: http://eltonjohn.com/thecut
Director Of Photography: Cezary Zacharewicz Editing: Matthias Graatz and Joji Koyama Stylist: Larisa Bechtold 1st Assistant Camera: Michael Schmidt Producer: Felix Knabel Creative Director: Joe Shakespeare Production Assistant: Felix von Stumm Runner/Driver: Peter Schuster Colourist: Jack McGinity at Time Based Arts Produced by ANORAK Film
Special thanks to: KAOS Berlin FGV Schmidle Berlin Gabriella Ferrante Lucía Méndez Falcon
Enjoy a 1988 performance of In The Future, by David Byrne — accompanied with with Les Miserables brass band. The performance of the Knee Plays (Music from the Civil Wars) was part of the concert for the ICA, shown on BBC2 in August 1988.
In the future everyone will have the same haircut and the same clothes. In the future everyone will be very fat from the starchy diet. In the future everyone will be very thin from not having enough to eat. In the future it will be next to impossible to tell girls from boys, even in bed. In the future men will be 'super masculine' and women will be 'ultra-feminine'. In the future half of us will be 'mentally ill'. In the future there will be no religion or spiritualism of any sort. In the future the 'psychic arts' will be put to practical use. In the future we will not think that 'nature' is beautiful. In the future the weather will always be the same. In the future no one will fight with anyone else. In the future there will be an atomic war.
In the future water will be expensive. In the future all material items will be free. In the future everyone's house will be like a little fortress. In the future everyone's house will be a total entertainment centre. In the future everyone but the wealthy will be very happy. In the future everyone but the wealthy will be very filthy. In the future everyone but the wealthy will be very healthy. In the future TV will be so good that the printed word will function as an art form only. In the future people with boring jobs will take pills to relieve the boredom. In the future that no one will live in cities. In the future there will be mini-wars going on everywhere.
In the future everyone will think about love all the time. In the future political and other decisions will be based completely on opinion polls. In the future there will be machines which will produce a religious experience in the user. In the future there will be groups of wild people, living in the wilderness. In the future there will only be paper money which will be personalized. In the future there will be a classless society. In the future everyone will only get to go home once a year. In the future everyone will stay home all the time. In the future we will not have time for leisure activities. In the future we will only 'work' one day a week. In the future our bodies will be shriveled up but our brains will be bigger. In the future there will be starving people everywhere. In the future people will live in space.
In the future no one will be able to afford TV. In the future the helpless will be killed. In the future everyone will have their own style of way-out clothes. In the future we will make love to anything, anytime, anywhere. In the future there will be so much going on that no one will be able to keep track of it.
Vídeo Oficial de "Você Não Presta" de Mallu Magalhães.
MÚSICA: Música e Letra: Mallu Magalhães Produção: Marcelo Camelo Voz E Violão: Mallu Guitarras: Marcelo Camelo Piano Elétrico: Mallu Baixo: Dadi Carvalho Bateria: Maurício Takara Percussão: Armando Marçal, Marcelo Camelo Arranjos Versos: Mario Adnet Trombone Versos: Everson Neves Trompete Versos: Aquiles Neves Sax Tenor Versos: Eduardo Neves Trompa Versos: Philip Doyle Arranjos Refrão: Marcelo Camelo Sopros: Mixesemble Trombone: Marco Tavares Trompete: Pedro Azevedo Sax Tenor: Lino Guerreiro Trompa: Ricardo Alves
VÍDEO Direção: Bruno Ferreira Dançarinos: Aires d'Alva, Bruno Cadinha, Filipa Amaro, Manuela Cabitango, Stella Carvalho, Xanos Palm Produtora: box produções Produção executiva: Nuno Lobo Realização: Bruno Ferreira Dop: Duarte Domingos Chefe de Produção: Rita Vian Costa Assistente de produção: Joana Melo Assistente de produção: André Aguiar 1° assistente de imagem: Selma Ribeiro 2° Assistente de imagem: Krish Makhija Chefe Eletrecista: Pedro Areal Assistente Eletrecista: Jorge Pereira Guarda roupa: Marta Lobo Make up: Sonia Pessoa Edição: Paula Miranda Grading : Mola Location: Mercado abastecedor da região de Lisboa Casting: Inês Mingote Thanks to: Marl, Mariana Saldanha , Redur , Cavalum e Videocine