London Grammar and Bison brought a showstopper to the table over the seasonal break with Rooting For You.
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Greg Barnes directs a three-track live film for artists Patten on Warp Records in part collaboration with Red Bull.
Alicia Keys is the latest artist to film a Take Away Show for French music network La Blogothèque, directed by Colin Solal Cardo. This intimate concert film, performed for only a hundred fans at Paris’ Le Comptoir Général in May 2016, was captured by the director in long takes with a couple of cameras.
Thomas Jumin provides this incredible piece of installation art as a companion to Justice's 'Randy'.
Gregg Houston and his crew have pulled off this stunning, one-shot live session, located at Clubs 2004 in Hornchurch, Essex - a working men's club frequented by the singer's father, and one which he himself has performed in many times over the years.
Libby Burke Wilde is building a reputation as a director of live performances good enough to crossover as music videos. Here's a good example of what she does so well, as she captures James Vincent McMorrow playing Get Low, from latest album We Move, with his band at Metropolis Studios in London. And it's all done in a single seamless take.
Taken from Andrew Dominik's film One More Time With Feeling, about the making of the latest Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds album Skeleton Tree, the video for Jesus Alone would be compelling at any time: it deftly captures the process of the song's recording. But the circumstances in which it was made, months after the death of Cave's son, will inevitably affect how the viewer