Video shot in 16mm. Directed by Adarsha Benjaminstarring, starring Nana Agypong and Ry Cuming.
Live performance by 3 piece folk band Daughter in the studios of 89.3 The Current.
Directed by François Clos & David Ctiborsky. Produced by François Clos for La Blogotheque.
Black and white sculptural images by Brazilian photographer Valdir Cruz.
Music video for London Grammar – Wasting My Young Years, by directing duo Bison. Shot on 35mm film, using a camera rig consisting of 625 individual pinhole cameras exposed at the same time.
The quiet beauty and solitude of Latin America by Cuban-American photographer Mario Algaze.
A look into Dieter Rams’ home located outside of Frankfurt. Collection of images by photographer Philip Sinden.
“Darkness increases freedom from constraints, which in turn promotes creativity,” report Anna Steidle of the University of Stuttgart and Lioba Werth of the University of Hohenheim. A dimly lit environment, they explain in the Journal of Environmental Psychology, “elicits a feeling of freedom, self-determination, and reduced inhibition,” all of which encourage innovative thinking.
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New song from the upcoming Bosnian Rainbows album debut.
Homemade video for “Let It Go” by London based Fe.
Off newly released “Overgrown” album. Animation by Tobias Revell and Ferry Gouw.
Directed by Martin De Thurah.
TV Interview with Greek composer Vangelis about the role of music in our times.
Data captured from Matt Killingsworth’s study shows that a wandering mind is an unhappy mind.
Cover version of The Invisible’s “The Wall”.
Thom Yorke performing interpretive dance with contemporary dancer Fukiko Takase for the second single off the band’s debut album “Amok”. Directed by Garth Jennings, choreography by Wayne McGregor.
Still life and landscapes by UK based artist Alex Fowler.
Off “Solo Piano II”. Full concert for Arte Live Web’s “Les Salons de Musique” here.
Directed by Joachim Trier, starring Anders Danielsen Lie.
Inspiring talk about how classical music can touch everyone.
Performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
Works by american artist Kimberly Cole Trowbridge.