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Mitsune 蜜音 - Hazama
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Mitsune 蜜音 - Hazama

A stop motion paper cutout animation for Mitsune track 'Hazama', created by Mitsune band member Tina Kopp. The video was made from thousands of photographs taken in Tina’s DIY home animation studio in Berlin, and consists of original character artwork created from linocut by band member Shiomi Kawaguchi, and handpainted scene artwork from Berlin acrylic & mixed media artist Sabine Sikora. The video explores the theme of “hazama” (Japanese for “in between”), the sense of being in limbo or between worlds. This word aptly describes the band’s experiences as a cross-cultural group, each member with entirely different backgrounds and cultural stories. Through music, they are unified and find a common place – in the ether, the abstract dreamspace where music exists. Director’s statement (Tina Kopp): “After Shiomi finished her artwork for the album cover I instantly wanted to bring these figures to life and let them present our music. With stop motion animation, we had the chance to dive into the feeling of being in limbo, of getting lost and fitting pieces together, of finding a space of belonging where we couldn't have imagined before. And even the Moon Rabbit that is referenced in the lyrics at the end gets a special appearance. All three of us contributed ideas and handcrafted pieces to this music video and Sabine Sikora's scene artwork transposes everything into a universe of its own.” Directed by: Tina Kopp Animation & DOP: Tina Kopp Edit: Tina Kopp Character Artwork: Shiomi Kawaguchi Scene Artwork: Sabine Sikora Assistants: Youka Snell & Shiomi Kawaguchi Supported by Initiative Musik gGmbH with project funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media. If you like this video, please feel free to hit the thumbs up and subscribe to our channel 😊✨ Follow Mitsune: https://www.mitsune.de https://www.facebook.com/mitsune.music https://www.instagram.com/mitsunemusic
D.$AHIN - Uzun ince/ Intro in Emin - Live in my living room
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D.$AHIN - Uzun ince/ Intro in Emin - Live in my living room

"Uzun ince/ Intro in Emin - LIVE"stream & download here: https://dsahinmusic.bandcamp.com/ More from D.$ahin: Web: http://www.dsahinmusic.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dsahinmusic ---- "Uzun ince bir yoldayım" is one of Aşık Veysel's best known works and is still popular among fans of Turkish folk music.[1] (Wikipedia) After my dad passed away in summer 2019 this song made it from my subconscious into my active mind, as it was aimlessly floating around in my brain - waiting to be left free. So I learned it on guitar and started performing it here and there. It took it´s own time to develop and a while after I was inspired to add an english verse. "Intro in Emin" was supposed to be an Interlude. I was thinking about some choirs and some interesting progressions.It became three things: 1.) The song where I finally learned the technique of palm-muting on guitar. 2.) a full song over the years while performing it solo in various settings. 3.) an expression of lingering confusion about the state of the world and an understanding of my own neurodiversity. This performance was supposed to be that: a performance. Then I decided to release it. Because I like the rawness of it. UZUN INCE Uzun ince bir yoldayım Gidiyorum gündüz gece Bilmiyorum, ne haldayım? Gidiyorum gündüz gece Gündüz gece Gündüz gece Gündüz gece hey Dünyaya geldiğim anda Yürüdüm aynı zamanda İki kapılı bir handa Gidiyorum gündüz gece Gündüz gece Gündüz gece Gündüz gece hey Ever since I have been around All the treasures I´ve lost and found Every memory I recount Time is endless Non-linear Time is endless Non-linear Non-linear hey INTRO IN EMIN I don´t understand How this world operates Am I acting my fate Am I here to create Gotta be navigating All these unsaid rules Is it me is it you Acting like a fool But it´s okay If I´m misunderstood It´s okay If I´m misunderstood It´s okay if I remain misunderstood ´cause in myself I feel powerful Powerful Powerful Powerful It comes down to what I see It comes down to what I see Don´t you dare to tell me How to live reality It comes down to what I see It comes down to what I feel Don´t you dare to tell me How to live reality ------ Uzun İnce Bir Yoldayım: Written by: Aşık Veysel Intro In Emin: Written by: D.$ahin DOP & Editing: Dico Baskoro https://www.dicobaskoro.com/ Recorded, arranged & mixed by: D.$ahin
AŸA - Let Me Go (Official Video)
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AŸA - Let Me Go (Official Video)

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aya.loveu/?​... Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@ayaloveu?lang=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ms.ayaofficial/​ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/2AIA3IcIw6yGUoXd6cuaAr?si=xS7fTPk-Q9K5o1U1VKckCg MUSIC WRITTEN, COMPOSED, AND PRODUCED BY Lukas Thielecke & AŸA MASTER BY Antony Ryan Cast ARTIST AŸA AERIAL ACROBATS Tim Kriegler, Remi Martin, Oskr Mauricio, Andrea Matousek , Mona (Simone) Tesch, Laura Borkowski , Giulia Reboldi, Julia Grote DANCERS Phoenix Chase-Meares, Beverly Renekouzou, Medhat Aldaabal, Andrea Gålad, Lena Kilchitskaya, Sintija Žīgure, Janan Laubscher, Laura Guy, Astan Meyer, Exocé Oob Kasongo, Stella Tsompanopoulou, Suzette Sagisi, Lee-tom Michaely, Aurel Cédric, Eirinaios Moutiampas, Shar Adams, Adriana Berroteran Crew EXECUTIVE PRODUCER Avia Shoshani & Tim Kriegler DIRECTOR & CONCEPT Shay Tova Govhary Saldis DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY Peter Bromme CO-PRODUCER Olivia Stubbe EDITOR Nina Ijäs COLORIST Sarah Salzmann UNIT 1 1ST ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Kristine Bogan 2ND ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Tatianna Peckham 1st ASSISTANT CAMERA Kimani Schumann 2st ASSISTANT CAMERA Svea Rose GAFFER Omar Zaki BEST BOY Diego Garçia Gardo ELECTRICIAN Linus Berberich, Álvaro jazz LIGHTING ASSISTANT Ali Farrokhian SCRIPT SUPERVISOR Soy Kim CHIEF SET DESIGNER Hannah Siegfried SET DESIGNER Shauna Sheridan SET ASSISTANT Sedric Perry ARTISTIC RIGGING ADVISOR Flo Zumkehr RIGGER Oskr Mauricio, Remi Martin,Andrea Matousek, Lukas Köster COSTUME DESIGN IAmFlorianSchulze COSTUME ASSISTANTS Nadia Petković, Damian Ohl, CHIEF HAIR AND MAKEUP Maria-Loreen Petatz MAKEUP ASSISTANT Yousif Saleh, Hassan Dib, Nadia Petković UNIT MANAGER Yael Nachshon, Katerina Stanishlevikj, PRODUCTION ASSISTANT Minne Koopmans, Hannah Schorch, CRAFT SERVICES Emiliano Bombieri-Morales CRANE OPERATOR Elmar Bassen MOVEMENT DIRECTOR Sada Mamedova PHOTOGRAPHER BTS Celeste Call, Maroody Meirav LOCATION Kraftwerk LOCATION MANAGER Elmar Bassen UNIT 2 CO-PRODUCER Olivia Stubbe 1ST ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Yoav Rolef 2ND ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Laura Gönczy 1st ASSISTANT CAMERA Svea Rose 2st ASSISTANT CAMERA Bethania Medina GAFFER Omar Zaki BEST GIRL Anke Riester ELECTRICIAN Abhishek Kolge, Elisa Daniel LIGHTING ASSISTANT Friedrich Johansen CHIEF ART DIRECTOR Gustavo Havelange SET ASSISTANT Valentino Rentz ARTISTIC RIGGING ADVISOR Tim Kriegler RIGGER Elke Uhd COSTUME DESIGN IAmFlorianSchulze JEWELRY DESIGNER Luise Zücker , Joanna Andrioli CHIEF HAIR AND MAKEUP Sarah Hartgens HAIR & MAKEUP ASSISTANT Maria-Loreen Petatz UNIT MANAGER Irem Avci PRODUCTION ASSISTANT Chilli Dilek HEALTH & SAFETY CORD Lukas Choque VFX Valentino Rentz TRAILERS EDITOR Víctor Candela MOVEMENT DIRECTOR Lauren Pringle PHOTOGRAPHER BTS Philomena Wolflingseder DRIVER Martin Winter LOCATION Musikbrauerei LOCATION OWNER Jens Reule Dantas LOCATION MANAGER Iven Hausmann Special Thanks To Carlos Zaspel, UFO Filmgerät, HEY NA! GmbH, Shev-Event, Cellophane Films, Daniela Valdés © 2022 AŸA
Berlin Must Go On! Session #1 // Perperúna Female Polyphonic Ensemble
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Berlin Must Go On! Session #1 // Perperúna Female Polyphonic Ensemble

Berlin Must Go On! is a initiative between Artistania e.V. and Rotbart to keep the creative scene of Berlin alive. Our sessions are presenting artists from the Berliner art scene which in time of Corona have lost the possibility to perform live.The aim of the project is to support the local Berliner cultural and social places of Artistania e.V. and Rotbart, which provide stages for these artists and to continue to present great performances despite the lockdown. The project is supported by Initiative Musik Programm Live 100 More about Artistania: www.artistania.org https://www.facebook.com/artistaniaEV More about Rotbart: http://www.rotbart-rixdorf.de /https://www.facebook.com/rotbart.rixdorf You can support our places and projects with a donation: Artistania e.V. IBAN: DE 08430609671143529600 BIC: GENODEM1GLS Or become a Patron on: https://www.patreon.com/artistania Production-Team: Production/Booking: Claire Chaulet //www.clairechaulet.com Saba Tsereteli // www.sabatsereteli.com Martin Ducreau // www.thymart.org/ Camera: Joseph Devitt Tremblay // www.thatlightwriter.com Álvaro S. Rodríguez Sound: Miles Delaco Visuals and Stage Design: Saba Tsereteli and Martin Ducreau Editing: Claire Chaulet Special thanks to Jamila Al Youssef. More about Perperúna: www.facebook.com/Perperuna.Ensemble https://perperuna.webnode.com/ The women from Perperúna are migrating birds from 5 countries: Greece, Germany, France, Israel & Spain. They are coming together driven by their common passion for Greek and Balkan polyphonic traditions.They explore the symbols, languages and dialects, myths and tales, melody and structure of songs that have been accompanying generations and generations of people in the celebration of life and expression of love, in the working-field, in migration, in the time of war, in the mourning of death, in the praising of nature.“Perperúna” is a female symbol, an archaic tradition, that survives in the Balkans and refers to a ritual that local women in rural areas are carrying out in times of drought, to ask “god(s)” to pour rain and make the fields and trees spring… GEMA-Licence Kundennummer: 402600002090
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