Erika de Casier - Polite

Dancer: Patrick Afuale Eirup




Bonnie Banane - Nini

The ghost - Thakone Soum Camera assistant - Tom Haudry Gaffer - Côme Naulleau Electrician assistant - Margot Soubrier Grip - Joffrey Ramananjaona Make Up - Louisa Trapier Hair - Charlotte Dubreuil Hair assistant - Louma Sliti Stylist assistant - Anna Castellano Construction chief - Clémentine Delbecq Painter - Louise Boghossian Construction assistant - Hortense Tollu Riper - Achille Bocquier BTS - Enzo Premier Production - Florine Fourastié




Tierra Whack - TWO NIGHT

Additional Houdini Artist Patrick Baitinger Asset Footage / Scans Jason Hsu Additional Assets CG Asset Library Titles Gabriella DiMarco Production Manager Yasmine Carruthers




Lady Donli - Jazz Up (Official Visualiser)




Kelela: Tiny Desk Concert

Kelela took her opportunity at the Tiny Desk to create something new. She swapped key pieces from her recordings (hard drums and effects) for a harp and piano. She also presented us with a challenge or two as well. While there weren't many bodies behind the Desk, the instruments left little room for movement. Pianist Briley Harris was barricaded by the keys, and background vocalists Brittney Mills and Alayna Rodgers were nestled next to Ahya Simone's big beautiful harp. When an artist presents us with a distinctive, creative vision for their performance, the fun part is collaborating to execute that idea. This Tiny Desk was a homecoming for Kelela. She let the music do most of the speaking but not before shouting out Washington, D.C., where she was born. The setlist seamlessly showcases most parts of her catalog with a couple of brand new arrangements. "Enough" and "Take Me Apart" are almost unrecognizable, recast to allow Kelela's vocals to sit gently within the harp and keys. The singer found a thunder tube in our percussion section and tinkered with it during soundcheck. Toward the end of "The High," she sings through it to alter her voice. That exploration and experimentation perfectly capture the essence of the show. SET LIST "Raven" "Take Me Apart" "Bank Head" "Waitin" "Enough" "Bluff" "The High" MUSICIANS Kelela: vocals Briley Harris: keys Brandon Donald: drums Alayna Rodgers: vocals Brittney Mills: vocals Ahya Simone: harp TINY DESK TEAM Producer: Bobby Carter Director/Editor: Kara Frame Audio Technical Director: Hannah Gluvna Videographers: Kara Frame, Maia Stern, Joshua Bryant, Alanté Serene Audio Engineer: Neil Tevault Production Assistant: Elle Mannion Photographer: Elizabeth Gillis Tiny Desk Team: Ashley Pointer, Hazel Cills Executive Producer: Suraya Mohamed Series Creators: Bob Boilen, Stephen Thompson VP, Visuals and Music: Keith Jenkins




Chita - No Fue ft. CA7RIEL




Free Nationals, Mac Miller, Kali Uchis - Time




Stormzy - Crown

Pianist: MJ Cole Focus Puller: Benjamin Smith 2nd AC: Cameron Axsel Steadicam: Will Lyte Gaffer: Kieran Brown Sparks: Sanjay Mistry & Gareth Crockford Runners: Olivia Ferrara & Eleri Shone MUA (Cast): Reena Bass Stormzy Styling: Melissa Holdbrook-Akposoe Stormzy Grooming: Shiv




Tierra Whack - 27 CLUB

Assistant Choreographer Jermone Donte Beacham Aurora Abzug Senan Bracken Matt Bogacki Tim Rusterholtz Hirsto Hirstov Americo Da Corte It's the Boonies Metal Fabrication Hannah Abelow Storyboards Jared DeFrees Alex Da Corte Studio Production Assistants Lanie Belmont Alec McGovern Francesca Eagan Nancy Monroe ADC Intern Clay Lavin For All Ages Productions EP Ted Passon Production Manager Yasmine Carruthers 1st AD Shannon Sears-Rivera 2nd AD Danae Carter Director of Photography Drew Saracco 1st AC Charles Parker 2nd AC/Media Manager Katie Harkins Gaffer Shane Moore Key Grip Mike Bland BBE Dan Brady Alex Rumsey Swing / Studio Manager Esteban Granados Swing Ed DiJoseph Board Operator Ali Barwick Camera/G&E PA Rahi Raval AC/DIT Jose Quintana Onset-FX Supervisor Harvey Benschoter Tierra Whack Hair Jamillah Curry Tierra Whack Makeup Michela Wariebi HMU Drennan Lucia Bianca McFadden Gabrielle Palmer-Sabo FX-Liquid Ben Woodward Jesse Olanday Woody Pase James Kelleher Jeroline Jackson Set Medic David Mkearney Production Assistants Becky Wolinsky Benae Beamon Richie Charles Courtney Kehr Ben Horner Atari Woodward Seamus Lonergan Henry McDevitt FX Intern/Playback Ejun Hong Craft Services Extraordinaire Crissy Klug Catering Lindsay Mace - But first we feast Composite Work Gabriella DiMarco Ryan McCann Special Thanks Federal Grip & Electric Expressway Cine




Kali Uchis - Tu Corazón Es Mío / Diosa




EU.CLIDES - 4ª Feira

Video by: Eduardo Gonçalves Assisted by: Rafael Rodrigues Font Design: Maria Clara Lima Styling: Daniel Gomes




Night Tapes - Selene

Selene is a song is about the illusion of perfection, the Moon and the subconscious. How it’s easy to project our hopes and ideals either into the future or onto our partners - all the while real life remains imperfect, excellent and ever-changing. The line “good life, long love” was taken from a fortune cookie, the basis of this song came from Richies dream. A friend told me once - surfing is constant falling.

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