“Make you need me” is a virtual reality music video for the avant garde pop band “5k HD”. A rocket is transporting you with tons of electronic trash to a Dump in Space. Out of gravity you are floating through scrap like broken TVs, mobiles, toys and other electronic waste. Like an artificial intelligence the devices come to life and play a desperate lovesong for you.
When 5K HD presented their debut album "And To In A" in 2017, a band appeared out of nowhere that was immediately referred to as a supergroup - all musicians are no strangers and fused a live force that created a mood at pop festivals and were celebrated as virtuoso sound inventors at jazz festivals. Hardly any other band is so free, takes so much liberty and manages this musical balancing act. 5K HD sounds futuristic, fragile, epic, brutal, playful, menacing, cinematic, distorted, loosely flaky, dope, bad ass, sensitive. 5K HD is a catchy and euphorically disturbing pop and high culture experiment that's entirely laptop-less, even if it often sounds like the opposite. The skills and background of these musicians is so wide and deep that they can actually do whatever they want. It's one of those bands that you don't reasonably ask what kind of music they make.
Matteo Molina was shooting a video for SUPERIOR by Schmieds Puls, a solo project of front singer Mira Lu Kovacs.
Followed by that, PICKS connected with 5k HD to shoot the video to "In, Out".
"We tried to film the band as if they were trapped in the device you're watching it on. Whether on a mobile phone, a tv or in a cinema, the singer looks ready to burst through the glass at any moment." Samuel Traber - video director.
In the follow-up project, we wanted to draw attention to modern devices again. Strictly speaking, electronic scrap. We also wanted to try something new with new media: virtual reality. Read more in our "Make you need me" article.
The 4th birthday of tattoo and art studio Create in Graz has been canceled due to a Covid lockdown. Still, we had to celebrate somehow. So we invited some of our favorite artists to dance alone at Creates Studio, only cheekily painted by graffiti artist Fati from hfa-studio. "Renegate" is the result. A music video to announce Soia Music's latest album "Spitual Housekeeping".
Coisa de brasileiro - Vinil Moraes
On a trip through Brasilia with the singer songwriter Vinil Moraes