The new video from musician RRA is a dark ironic single-take music video that combines surrealistic and meta-cinematic imagery.
‘Open Doors’ comes from Love, Sechaba’s 5 track EP and short film project, “godot”. It is inspired by Samuel Beckett’s stage play “Waiting For Godot”.
La Maison Noir (The Black House) is Petite Noir’s new four-part visual album. Shot in the Namibian desert, it tells a story of struggle, birth (kala), life (takula), death (luvemba) and rebirth (musoni).
This live performance video is the latest to come from local Afro-funk group, The Steezies. The video was shot at the Popsicle Studios.
Our End is Thor’s first music video and single from his new album ‘Michele’. The Cape Town-based musician says the album was inspired by his mother who “harassed” him into making dance music.
To celebrate the return of the Artist Series to Braam, Sneakerlab collaborated with artist and illustrator, African Ginger.
FAKA brings us a new music video directed by Jabu Newman
Watch Dope St Jude’s new music video Grrrl Like.
This inspiring series of 60 one-minute videos, which launched on 20 September by The Collective Change, was created with the intent to inspire.
Fade Away is Cape Town-based recording artist Teyar Flow’s latest music video.
Director and performer Megan May Nelson created a video that was inspired by her father, a part-time beekeeper.
William Armstrong teams up with Kormac and Three Mobile for their #MadebyMusic campaign, which aims to bring Irish artists to the world through collaboration. Check out the New Day music video.
This new music video offering from Tzara x Three Witches is the first track on their On The Beach at Night Together EP. The musos say the song is about the irony of feeling alone and disconnected in a world that seemingly has more connections than people, especially through social media.
AVA are a boutique digital agency who strive to connect brands to their fans through film, animation, motion graphics & designs. Here are a few favourite recent projects and behind-the-scenes perspectives on their work and values.
In these two Indie life insurance adverts, cheerful mullets bring fun into two men’s lives in an unusually funny and creepy way.