David Knight - 2nd Oct 2017

Bullion’s James Willis captures the essence of Soulwax's unique live performance set-up in an intricate but explosive video for their latest track Is It Always Binary.

The video features The Transient Program For Drums and Machinery, an installation imagined by Soulwax and ILL-Studio, built for live performance, and operated by Stephen and David Dewaele, Stefaan Van Leuven, Iggor Cavalera, Victoria Smith, Blake Davies and Laima Leyton.

Is It Always Binary was recorded and filmed live in London on the 29th August 2017, with cinematography by James Rhodes.

PRO Credits


DirectorJames Willis
ProducerNailah Clair Blissett
Production CompanyBullion Productions
Executive ProducerHannah Gracie
1st ADKerry Green
Director of PhotographyJames Rhodes
Focus PullerRyan Parkins
2nd ACKy Brasey
GafferCharlie Jenkins
Art DirectorDavid Hamilton
HairPriscila Matano
Make-upPriscila Matano
EditorJack Abbot
ColouristEdwin Metternich
Grading companyFramestore
Director's RepresentationOB Management
Other creditsPRODUCTION ASSITANT: Nick Tewson GRIP: Daniel Laviada GRIP ASSISTANT: Pete Nash MOVI TECHNICIAN: Phil Arntz SPARK: Nick Leishman RIGGER: Glenn Jackson ASSISTANT MAKEUP / HAIR: Monica Vicente RUNNER / DRIVER / FIRST AID: Charlotte Gardiner RUNNER: Sara Rogers Thanks: Panavision, Motion24 Ltd, Panalux, 3mills, Get Set Hire, Sands Catering, One Stop Films

David Knight - 2nd Oct 2017

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