The creator of these incredible timelapse videos recommends that you watch them in full screen and you really should. The first edition (above) has been online for almost a year, but I never posted it up (#fail). Thankfully, the recent release of volume two (below) reminded me and I must say, it’s even more impressive than his first project.
The new Canon 7D camera apparently shoots incredible video. Peep this clip from aspiring filmmaker Brandon Moza walking around Vancouver, set to Radiohead’s “Go Slowly.”
It’ll cost you a pretty penny…emphasis on the pretty.
(click here to watch in HD)
As I mentioned in my last post, brothers Krispy Kream and Rah Almillio, collectively known as The Knux, came through Sound Session a few days ago. Not only are these dudes cool as hell, but they’re dope lyricists and great musicians who play all the instruments in their songs. How many other groups are doing that?
We chopped it up about a variety of topics, including their upcoming Remind Me In 3 Days album (y’all aren’t ready), their transition from New Orleans to Los Angeles after Hurricane Katrina, the unique sound behind their “Bang! Bang!” single, and more. To grab just the audio (including the two songs we played, “Bang! Bang!” and “Cappuccino (Remix)”), hit either of the links below. Otherwise, watch the video above, but be sure to click here to watch it in glorious HD.
Special shout to my man Brian (and Greg The Dude visiting from L.A.), who handled all the filming and editing. Brian will be helping us out on a bunch of projects moving forward, so be on the lookout for more SNSS in HD. You know how we do.
Oh, and a special note that the new homey Krispy wanted me to pass along: those 3 Knux tracks that leaked recently (“Amazing,” “Hard Days Night,” and “Otherside”) are real old and not on the album. However, you can peep the official sampler right here. Cop Remind Me In 3 Days on October 28th!