Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
1. Case Maclaim for WallStoryTown in Bad Vilbel, Germany
2. Sofles / Blood Moon
3. Okuda San Miguel. RONDA
4. Riton x Nightcrawlers – Friday ft. Mufasa & Hypeman (Dopamine Re-edit)
BSA Special Feature: Case Maclaim for WallStoryTown in Bad Vilbel, Germany
Delabrave coming on strong in the one-minute category with Raül Acuña directing and a concise track progression on a master. Here in Bad Vilbel, Case Maclaim has no bad angles.
Case Maclaim for WallStoryTown in Bad Vilbel, Germany.
With mastery of a differently complex language using only cans, Sofles generates a fantasy with cities in clouds and the reflections of the Blood Moon overhead, a plump and racing belt of graffiti adventures sustaining the action underneath. High marks to After Midnight Film for editing and solid choice of Spooky Bizzle for the soundtrack.
Sofles / Blood Moon
Ever loosening his familiar components of representation, OKUDA reappropriates with skill and humor to create this dual portrait. Intercut with the majesty of flamenco, the strumming, swirling, finger-snapping, hand clapping bailaora lays the foundation for our visual cantanto, Okuda San Miguel.
Okuda San Miguel. RONDA
Riton x Nightcrawlers – Friday ft. Mufasa & Hypeman (Dopamine Re-edit)
The newest anthem that helps you dance your way into the weekend!
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