The OFFICIAL live concert video of Frank Klepacki & The Tiberian Sons' performance at Super MAGFest 2019. Featuring more camera angles, fully mixed audio, 300% the amount of ridiculous visuals and 1000% more explosions!
Studio 2054 was a concert film by English singer Dua Lipa in support of her second studio album, Future Nostalgia (2020).
We wanted to create a really special live performance for our fans, seeing as we haven’t been able to be together in quite awhile. So we returned to the place where we recorded A Black Mile To The Surface and played the album in its entirety. We are so excited to share this film, for free, to everybody. This album and your reception to it has exceeded our expectations, and we felt this the best way to thank you all for supporting our music. This feels like the perfect way to close the Black Mile chapter, and I’m excited to say that this is more than just a concert. It’s also the beginning. So tune in February 12th at 8PM est. Love you.
The Protomen performed live at MAGFest 2017, an annual festival held in the Washington metropolitan area that celebrates video games and video game music, as well as their surrounding culture.
In this pandemic-era concert film, clipping. (aka Daveed Diggs, William Hutson, and Jonathan Snipes) perform a collection of their greatest hits, as well as numerous tracks off their acclaimed 2020 album, Visions of Bodies Being Burned. Due to the ongoing spread of the novel coronavirus, this concert was performed for no audience at Coaxial Arts in Los Angeles, California.
Stop wasting energy following the plot. Who cares if your socks don't match? This is the mental vacation you needed. So sit down, relax and enjoy the best that a mercantile society can offer us: Fake remedies, seizure-inducing lights and the tenderness of opening your heart to a bandit. Classic songs with new faces and new songs that promise to be pool aerobics classics.
Kite performing on the Royal Opera in Stockholm, 2019. Concert film.
In November 2017, The Dresden Dolls played three sold-out shows commemorating the 40th Anniversary of The Paradise Rock Club, a venue deeply tied to the band, which notably hosted their debut album release in 2003, and aforementioned Live: In Paradise DVD filming amidst the Dolls’ thirty-one date tour with Nine Inch Nails, among others. Return to Paradise was filmed on November 6th, 2017, the final night of the band’s three-show run, and is a dedication to the continued love and spirit of Dresden Dolls fans, and venues like The Paradise Rock Club which play such an important role as the foundation of live music communities. Although plans for a full-scale Dresden Dolls tour have been temporarily postponed, this film shows the band doing what they love best and leaving it all on the stage.
Composed of unpublished versions of the band's repertoire, Sol Posto integrates three performances recorded live and exclusively for the film. The performances take place at three different times of the day: twilight, night and dawn. As in recent daily life, the film faces the idea of a period of reflection instead of action, and suspension instead of completion. The hours of Sol Posto are the stage of rest, seclusion, dreams and plans, darkness, waiting and the unknown. If, on the one hand, it wants to evoke the most credible aspects of a concert experience, it also becomes an opportunity to break the physical barrier of the traditional stage/audience, bringing the spectacle closer to the spectator, bringing it into the stage and placing it at a distance of complicity with the musicians. The sound and image were recorded live, during a week in September 2020, in Melides.
In the summer of 2011, The Protomen released their first self-titled album, now known as Act I, on vinyl. To celebrate that release, they played a show in their hometown of Nashville, Tennessee. That night, in a rare occurrence, they played Act I in its entirety, as well as the majority of their subsequent album, Act II: The Father of Death. This is that show.