Palladium Boots, the ultra-cool urban footwear company, has joined forced with none other than Major Lazer and the fabulous Ms. Dynamite to produse a new video spotlighting the very best shoes for exploring all those unseen nooks and crannies of the city landscape. Los Angeles-based dancers, the Underground Street Chronicles, star in the new video for “Sweat”, dancing their hearts out with glow in the dark make-up, clothes and, of course, boots from the Fall/Winter Palladium collection. The visuals are stunning and original alongside Major Lazer’s pumping beats. Director Ryan Staake (Diplo) shot the video in black lights and those neon elements are joined with droplets and splashes of neon paint that suggest graffiti art, creating a multimedia homage to urban style. Check out the full line of Palladium Boots at palladiumboots.com.
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SPONSOR: G-SHOCK is running a Europe-wide creative competition drawing from artists across the fields of music and visual arts to come up with exciting and innovative new designs for coveted G-SHOCK watches. As part of these G-SESSIONS, the creatives also were charged with designing the packaging for the watches and developing a special presentation for each proposed product.
Now we have the pleasure of presenting you with the results in the form of this live show featuring Mercury-prize nominated sound poet Ghostpoet, along with forward-looking electronic maestro Koreless and visual artist Alex Turvey.
Bringing this effort to life are the trio of celebrated, Mercury-prize nominated hip-hopper Ghostpoet, along with forward-looking electronic maestro Koreless and visual artist Alex Turvey. During this endeavour, fans have been asked to share what moves them artistically with the hashtags #makeourmark and #moves.
Meanwhile, Ghostpoet, Koreless, and Turvey have been hard at work on a singular piece of collaboration with each artist focusing on their core strength: Ghostpoet handles the words, Koreless has been composing music and Turvey has been crafting the visual representation. In the view below, the artists tell us about the piece they have been creating.
Accomplished British electronic music producer DJ Fresh teamed up with three disabled musicians—Andy, Mark and Jo—who share Fresh’s passion for electronic music, but lack the ability to physically play the keys of a synthesizer, in order to create a new song based solely on the three men’s brainwaves. Dr. Julien Castet is the fellow who manages the technology, which utilizes Brain-Computer Interfaces that allows individuals to literally send commands to a computer via their brainwaves. It’s hugely powerful technology that opens up a world of creativity and digital productivity to people previously denied such means of expression.
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