Mother Mother’s second video from their brand new album “Very Good Bad Thing” is here, and it’s a trip. Welcome to the jungle….
“Monkey Tree”, directed by Lisa Mann, is a fun yet dark and twisted video that really encapsulates the vibe of the song. Jam-packed with interesting and bizarre visuals, you’ll notice something new every tim you watch it.
Watch “Monkey Tree” by Mother Mother, directed by Lisa Mann, above!
The Wilderness of Manitoba worked with director Nathan Boey on their latest video, “Leave Someone”, from their recently released fourth album.
According to Nathan, “it’s about the void, stillness, and that constant fleeting sensation that exists when someone leaves your life.” The feeling is evident in the clip, and Exclaim.ca says, “Both playful and slightly eerie, the video does justice to the uptempo folk pop song.” We couldn’t agree more.
Watch “Leave Someone” by The Wilderness of Manitoba, directed by Nathan Boey, above!
Eleven Past One are back with their new single “I’m Ready” in an empowering video, directed by Ben Knechtel!
Ben teamed up with the guys previously, directing their videos for “Tonight’s The Night” and “The World Is Ours”. For their latest video, the theme is about overcoming your struggles, whatever they are, and coming into the light feeling strong and courageous.
Check out “I’m Ready” by Eleven Past One, directed by Ben Knechtel, above!
The Reklaws, the brother and sister country duo who burst on to the scene after being named the 2013 CCMA Discovery Program Artist, recently debuted their first music video, “Seeing Stars”, directed by Ben Knechtel.
The fun-filled and sunny clip was shot in Ontario, and really captures the feel-good vibe of the song.
Watch “Seeing Stars” by The Reklaws, directed by Ben Knechtel, above!
Camm Hunter of Down With Webster is making a mark with his solo work. His latest single “Oh Lord” is a thumping, hypnotic track showing off his skills as as DWW’s resident MC.
Director Aaron A teamed up with Camm to bring you the video for “Oh Lord”. Funded by MuchFACT, the video is a slick and stylized piece, showing off Camm’s skills, style, and swagger!
Check out “Oh Lord” by Camm Hunter, directed by Aaron A, above!
Emmanuel Jal couldn’t be further removed from his life as a former child soldier in Sudan. Now living in Toronto, the artist has a brand new album entitled “The Key” in stores and online now, and premiered a new film “The Good Lie” with co-star Reese Witherspoon at TIFF this year.
He teamed up once again with Director Grandson & Son on his latest video “My Power”, featuring Chic and the legendary Nile Rodgers. The team previously collaborated on the video for “Cush”, which you can watch right here.
“My Power” tells the story of a robot who appears in the village and meets a young boy. The robot struggles with fighting for the army, or standing up for the boy and his village. Perhaps a subtle reference to Emmanuel’s past in Sudan.
Watch “My Power” by Emmanuel Jal featuring Nile Rodgers and Chic, directed by Grandson and Son, above!
We recently helped produce a photoshoot for the grassroots organization Moms Demand Action. The PSA recently debuted online and has started an important discussion about guns in America.
Did you know Kroger stores allow loaded firearms in their stores, but not outside food, skateboards, or shirtless customers?
Read more about it here and see the rest of the photos in this article by Huffington Post.
Photography by Eden Robbins.
Singer Maiko Watson and Producer/DJ Cyclist were lucky enough to receive MuchFACT funding for their soulful collaboration “Shine”. The video, directed by Adam Goldhammer, is a visually enthralling piece with all things luminescent, glowing, and “shiny”!
Maiko looks stunning throughout, while Cyclist appears effortlessly cool.
Check out “Shine” by Maiko Watson & Cyclist, directed by Adam Goldhammer, above!
Singer-songwriter Bobby Bazini is about to make a splash on the Canadian music scene. Director Lisa Mann teamed up with Bobby to create a beautiful and soulful companion to his hit song “Bubblegum (I Can’t Stop This Feeling)”.
Filmed on location in Toronto, the video is a sensual and passionate piece that exudes the feelings of the song perfectly.
Check out “Bubblegum” by Bobby Bazini, directed by Lisa Mann, above!