Category: Music

Listen To The Most Relaxing Song Ever Made

Marconi Union

A Manchester band by the name of Marconi Union, have, in collaboration with the British Academy Of Sound Therapy, created a song that has been called the most relaxing song ever made. The track entitled ‘Weightless’, is just over eight minutes in length and features guitar, piano and manipulated field recordings. It is punctuated throughout… Read more »

Designing 007 – Celebrating 50 Years Of James Bond Style

The Barbican is celebrating 50 years of James Bond style with a unique exhibition showcasing the inside story of the design and style of the world’s most influential and iconic movie brand. The release of this years Skyfall comes 50 years after 1962’s Dr. No, and to mark the occasion EON Productions are allowing unprecedented… Read more »

Musical Interlude #6

Musical Interlude #6

This weeks Musical Interlude features a Vimeo Award winning music video by Manchester Orchestra, a new single and album by Cat Power, a Metronomy music video and a Calvin Harris Remix. There’s also a piano performance in ‘Pianovision’ and the new album from Hot Chip. Simple Math by Manchester Orchestra Ruin by Cat Power (‘Sun’… Read more »

Motion Graphics By Jurjen Versteeg

Jurjen Versteeg is a Dutch creative designer and a graduate from the Willem De Kooning Academy, based in Rotterdam and designing under the name Synple. His work focuses on motion graphic design, animation and visual effects for film, television and web, with his main interest being in title sequence design. Into The Wild Title Sequence… Read more »

Musical Interlude #5

Musical Interlude #5

It’s that time again for another Musical Interlude. This edition features new music videos from Scissor Sisters, Woodkid, Be Brave Benjamin and I Like Trains, as well as a years worth of photo’s condensed into the arc of a single day in ‘Paradise’. The album recommendation comes from Regina Spektor’s recently released What We Saw… Read more »

Musical Interlude #4

Musical Interlude #4

We’re back with another Musical Interlude on this Bank Holiday Monday. We have the new videos from M83, We Cut Corners and Jay-Z & Kanye West, as well as a travel video from Costa Rica and a Spanish Guitar being lovingly constructed. Also kick back and relax with the new Sigur Ros album Valtari. Reunion… Read more »

Profile Of Filmmaker Ian Robertson

We recently featured a great new music video for Get By By Delta Heavy in our Musical Interlude series. The creative force behind that video is a man by the name of Ian Robertson. Ian is a director, animator, producer, cinematographer, editor and BAFTA New Talent Award winning filmmaker and this is the best of… Read more »

Musical Interlude #3

Musical Interlude #3

Our Musical Interlude series is already proving popular and here is another instalment just for you. In time for The Queen’s Jubilee Neil Young has (ironically?) covered the national anthem. We also feature a group of people finding unique ways to play records, the new horror movie inspired Keane music video, a Primus zombie-western themed… Read more »

Musical Interlude #2

Musical Interlude #2

In this second instalment of our Musical Interlude series we have five very different music videos for you. A romp around the streets of Paris in Allo Allo, the visually stunning and metaphorical Remember by Raveyards, an acapella cover of Gotye Hit Somebody That I Used To Know, the colourful AU-OJ By Takcom and the… Read more »