Posts tagged "Film"

Single Review: The Electrifying Conceptual Chaos of ‘Vandalize Music’ by Lorenzo Senni

Lorenzo Senni | Vandalize Music | WARP Release Date: 24 November, 2020 One of the most intriguing aspects of Italian musician and visual artist Lorenzo Senni is his understanding of the intertwining role artwork plays within the audio realm; by deconstructing, reconstructing – mixing and matching – the elements of

Musical biopics: the life and times of an icon, set to a catchy soundtrack – what could be better, when celebrating a legend? Singing along to our favourite songs while getting a real glimpse into the musicians past, can be an extremely powerful experience for fans and overall music lovers

By Jenna Dreisenstock Vimeo is a platform filled with inspiration for every creative alike – from short films to music videos and trailers, the sheer total of excellent films gracing Vimeo is unlike any other streaming services. With a space for filmmakers, especially independent filmmakers to showcase their work, there

By Jenna Dreisenstock They say first impressions are everything, and although in television and film we get a taste of what to expect through a trailer – nothing beats the feel of an opening title sequence or official theme song, which can make or break our initial perceptions as we

By Jenna Dreisenstock Feature Image: L’Impératrice: (full credits in video link) In the music world January is renowned for starting off relatively slow with releases, yet increasing in momentum as the month progress – and goodness, this month the momentum has been staggering! All types of new and upcoming releases

By Jenna Dreisenstock Vimeo; a filmmaker’s best friend, and a genuinely accessible platform for professionals as well as independent works. Perhaps one of the best aspects of Vimeo is the ability to find videos never before seen, and that leads us on a wonderland journey into the world of animated

By Jenna Dreisenstock There are many ways to portray narratives; whether they be through novels, auditory journeys, television and film. Music videos are such incredibly powerful tools – a visual journey in perpetual motion with sound, the images conjured within as we listen to each track and are suddenly able

By Jenna Dreisenstock Not only has September brought us some incredibly dynamic, immersive album releases that have kept us engulfed in glimmering spheres of sound – soundscape embraces in eclectic and compelling auras that live within us; but this month has brought us some aboslutely beautiful music videos to accompany

By Jenna Dreisenstock A collaboration in film, music and conceptual thinking; music videos are a perfect example as to how the arts weave in with one another. Music videos give us a better understanding of the artists and the personalities they portray within their stylistic visions and auditory explorations. The

By Jenna Dreisenstock The auditory experience of the visual media we consume is automatically thought of as – scores, music that accompanies the narrative. It’s quite obvious, and celebrated too. However, amongst the score embraces in companionship sound design – this refers to the ways in which sound designers create

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