My visual interpretation of Momus’ “Virtual Reality” from his 1992 album Voyager. I was reading Derek Jarman’s book Chroma at the same time I was contemplating doing a video for a Momus track. I hadn’t yet watched Blue and of course the book got me thinking about the meaning of color, so I decided to finally watch it. I was really struck by the fact that Momus did a song for the film (his words on that here: mrstsk.tumblr.com/post/32951620476) and decided to dedicate the theme of the video to the color blue and my efforts to Derek Jarman. Officially given the Momus seal of approval!
Official music video for Pictureplane’s “Chaos Radical” from 2015 album Technomancer. Out now on Anticon: https://anticon.bandcamp.com/album/technomancer
Credits for footage can be found below.
A witch manipulates the destiny of two star-crossed lovers.
Enrico Falbo – “Trance-Forme”
Coming soon on Vulpiano Records.
Video is licensed CC BY-SA.
An exploration of elemental alchemy in video. Made with members Mehdi and Solange’s blessing. Download Natural Snow Buildings – Aldebaran here: vulpianorecords.com/post/147400559251
Trip Logic – “Here and Now”, coming soon on Vulpiano Records
Music video collage by Marilyn Roxie CC BY-NC-SA
With ‘The Three Shades’, Vukovar emerge once more from amongst the ruins of fallen industry and issue a proclamation: but rather than spell it out, these hushed voices speak in concrete-language. To understand you must submit to the subliminal.
This time the trio are joined by 80’s cult movie star, ‘Queen of the B’s’ Dawn Wildsmith; truly a match made in purgatory.
‘The Three Shades’ is a glimpse into Vukovar’s ever evolving creative processes, where the minimal is maximalist and all things real and unreal are just grist for the mill.