Louis Bhose has captured the live version of Jack Steadman aka Mr Jukes's sample-based project God First as the ten strong band assembled to replicate the album onstage recorded a live album at the Church Studios in Crouch End, London.
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Libby Burke Wilde employs her live experience to execute this intimate 16mm, one shot, performance piece for tipped Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi.
Dan Massie directs a stripped-back golden performance in the hills of Ibiza for Rudimental.
Shooting with a super-wide aspect ratio and a super-narrow timeframe, the stripped back performance captures the beauty of magic hour, and an intimacy that feels like a group of friends just hanging out and playing a song.
Raja Virdi captures compelling new talent Freya Ridings in a one-shot live performance video, performing a cover of The Yeah Yeah Yeahs' wonderful Maps.
Jack Lightfoot presents three slick, dazzling live videos for Kasabian as part of Vevo's Off The Record series.
Aitor Throup and Sing J Lee have co-directed a wacky, masterfully executed live video for Kasabian's Are You Looking For Action?, harnessing the energy of live performance in a clip that was shot in Bethnal Green Working Men's Club in one continuous take on May 9th, and streamed live as it was shot on Facebook.
From the slick, VFX-heavy, deliciously visceral video for Lights Out, the second Royal Blood track from their new album gets a raw, lo-fi, even more visceral treatment by Ben Lowe.
Paul Thomas Anderson ushers in the return of Haim with a gorgeous 35mm live session.