Russ Chimes' Midnight Club EP: 1 film = 3 music videos
The music video that accompanies the release of artist Russ Chimes' debut EP of original material (he's made a name for himself remixing the likes of Sam Sparro, Ellie Goulding, Chromeo and The Nightcrawlers), is actually a 15 minute film, divided into three instalments - the first of which is released online today...
Directed by 23 year old director Saman Keshavarz, through Beverly Hills-based production company Mighty8, the three part film tells the tale of love, loss and retribution. I don't want to give the game away - but the first instalment, called Never Look Back after the track that forms its soundtrack, leaves you wondering what happens next...
Part 2 is due to be released online next week and Part 3 the following week.
Midnight Club EP by Russ Chimes is due for release in October on label Eye Industries
Director: Saman Keshavarz
Writers: Saman Keshavarz, Nate Eggert
Executive producer: Lanette Phillips
Producers: Francis Pollara, Saman Keshavarz, Romson Niega
Associate producers: Nate Eggert, Tom Lee
Cinematographer: Justin Gurnari
Editor: Nate Tam
Production designer: Julie Chen
Stunts: Ken Arata
Graphics: Cosimo Galluzzi
Label: Eye Industries (eyeindustries.com/blog)
Production company: Mighty8 (mighty8.tv)
This is probably great, but Vimeo is always, always, always choppy and unwatchable. Shame, cos the music deserves better.
it worked fine for me. WHAT'S GOING TO HAPPEN NEXT??? What happens to the girl?? Nooooo
it's a bit dizzy after watching this, but amazingly drags me to the curiosity of wat happens next!!!!!!!!!!!can't wait!
Awesome video. Not sure how well it works as a soundtrack though, I was so caught up in the 'movie' that the music was pretty forgettable... nice work all the same!
Great Music, Great Video, Great Times.
I feel motion sick after watching that. But I agree that i just want to see the next installment...
It's a shame that more music videos aren't as thought provoking and engaging as this.
Very well shot video, great music. The director of this video Saman Keshavarz has a great future. I would be interested in finding more about his other work.
Sort of reminds me of this
video for the cinnamon chasers.
Thanks! Love this tune but video is too much far away from music.
Yeah I was going to say something about that. The same is true for the video of the link I posted, beautiful, summery disco house tunes with videos that don't relate at all, that said I didn't write anything because if you think about it, there are tons of music videos that have absolutely no relation to the tone or feel of the music. I guess they only exist to raise awareness and exposure for the artist
Watched it without the sound, interesting..
the reason it reminds you of the luv deluxe video is because it's the same director
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