Brasstronaut “Hawk”

“Hawk” is the second single off Brasstronaut’s new self-titled album, Brasstronaut, out December 2016 via Hybridity Records (N.A.) and Tin Angel Records (Europe).

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Video by Anthem Jackson

Contributing Artists
(in alphabetical order)
Aaron Read
Chad Murray
Cole Kush
Ehren Salazar
Elke Van Breemen
Grady Mitchell
John Burgess
Joel Cares
Katrin Braga
Kyle MacDonald
Michael Markowsky
OURO Collective
Stephen Mullally

 

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Maud Van Breemen filmed Pink, in 1977, to contrast the exploitation and slasher films of the time. Her whimsical colour study was in direct opposition to abject trends set by films such as The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.

This music video takes her film as a catalyst for creative interpretations in all mediums. The works have been created by artists and non-artists of all backgrounds, and were displayed at an art gallery in Vancouver as a surprise for Maud and Casey.

Pink stars the young Casey Van Breemen, Maud’s husband. Their son is Edo Van Breemen, vocalist and keyboardist of Brasstronaut.

“The video for Brasstronaut’s track “Hawk” does more than reference Maud’s original film. Turning Pink into a catalyst for a series of creative re-interpretations by 20 different artists (and non-artists) from all different mediums, the collective work was displayed at a gallery in Vancouver as a surprise for Maud and Casey.”BOOOOOOOM

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Anthem Jackson is the filmmaking duo Daniel Code and Graham Kew. Daniel's background is in comedy, while Graham comes from editing. Together, their distinct skill sets strike a perfect balance in order for them to create captivating and unusual films.

Anthem Jackson regularly collaborates with producers, directors, writers, musicians, and actors on projects spanning from music videos and commercials, to short films and web series.
“Anthem Jackson directs with some gorgeously muted tones that compliment this beautifully lonely song by Colin Cowan & the Elastic Stars to a T. Cleanse that soul. Cleanse it with fire.”Ion Magazine
“Paul Anthony and Cam MacLeod are a couple unraveling in this melancholy bit of heartbreak, which climaxes with the eerily beautiful visual of fiery mannequin heads bouncing down stone steps.”CBC
“[Anthem Jackson] directs this new video from Light Organ Records’ chanteuse Louise Burns. Great locations, great use of the super slow shots, and above all, a great story about a very brave little girl!”Scout Magazine
“Daniel Code directs the accompanying video, which dramatically re-paces a darkened homage to The Karate Kid.“Beatroute

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