Posts Tagged ‘VIDEO’

Simian Mobile Disco

Video: Simian Mobile Disco Q&A Part 2

The second installment of our extensive and in-depth four-part Q&A with the British house and techno production duo.

Simian Mobile Disco

Video: Simian Mobile Disco Q&A Part 1

After a long wait, we’re proud to start syndicating our extensive and in-depth video Q&A with the British house duo.

DUST

Video Premiere: DUST

We debut a new track and film for the acid house-meets-Italo act as well as interview the musicians behind the project.

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Video: Veronica Vasicka, Steve Summers & Jacques Renault

A peek into the mayhem that ensued at the 285 Kent Ave. party in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, which featured some of our favorite local dance music artists.

Kids of America

Hilfiger Denim’s Kids Of America

Our Senior Editor talks about the bizarre yet thrilling experience it was to be a part of Tommy Hilfiger Denim’s latest global campaign.

Cannes Film Festival 2011

Video Recap: Cannes 2011

The 64th Cannes Film Festival boasted another impressive roll call of some of the biggest Hollywood stars, revered auteur filmmakers and exciting newcomers, with over 100 countries represented in its entire line-up. From the triumphant return of Terrence Malick with his Palme d’Or-winning Tree of Life to the bizarre ramblings of a certain Danish troublemaker, [...]

Warren Fu

Q&A with Warren Fu

One of our current favorite music video directors takes us behind-the-scenes of Daft Punk’s “Derezzed.”

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Incoming: Taylor Cohen Directs Best Coast

After stripping Matt & Kim down to their birthday suits in the middle of Times Square, Taylor Cohen gets Best Coast to perform at a quinceañera in “Boyfriend.”

Jacques Renault at the Standard

Video: Jacques Renault In L.A.

We hung out with the Brooklyn-based DJ/producer during his mini tour in L.A. to produce this truly epic profile video on the man.

B. Åkerlund

Q&A with B. Åkerlund

B. Åkerlund is the jewel in Lady Gaga’s crown.

Timothy Saccenti

Q&A with Timothy Saccenti

Timothy Saccenti cozies up with not one, but two of Brooklyn’s indie darlings—School of Seven Bells and Chairlift.