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Day 30 – “Hey Hey” by The Graves

August 8, 2011 1 comment


And if you sing along with us, better give it all you’ve got!

And with this video, we come to the end of our 30 day journey. I hope you had as much fun watching these videos as we did making them. The amount of support and talent that has come out of this project is overwhelming.

At first we had some difficulty deciding what to do for this band that’s based way out West. Eventually I came up with this. This song is quite an anthem and I figured it would be a nice way to bring all of our artists together. Please enjoy “Hey Hey” by The Graves.

Once again, I’d like to thank all the artists and filmmakers who participated in this project.

Hey Hey
The Graves
Project 30 in 30
Graves footage shot by Christian Fortune

Featuring the artists of Project 30 in 30: Auzriel, Afterquake, Brother Han, Chi’ Akai, Conrad Korsch, Cut Your Teeth, Dead Geoff, Emily Kinney, Fatty Acid, Genesis Be, The Graves, Jonny B. Goodman and the Area Men, Matt roi Berger, Melissa Lusk, Miles Megaciph, The Slackers, Superhuman Happiness, Teen Girl Scientist Monthly, Tri-State Conspiracy, What Katie Said Last Night

Filmmakers: Rocka Bennett, Steph Ching, Joe Del Balzo, David Dubuc, Jorge A Garza, Pamela Karp, Katie Kelley, Max S Pham, Michael Raynes, Jeff Brink, Praveen Elankumaran, Christian Fortune, John McMinn, Spencer Shangkuan, Cory Stambler, Richard Trammell, Justin Chan, Kevin Chew, Ellen Martinez, Patrick Ng, Jacqueline Sia, Orlando Suazo, William J Hopper and Robinson Deckert.

If you’d like to find out more about working with any of these artists (musicians or filmmakers) or seeing what they’re up to now, shoot us an email at project30in30@gmail.com OR you can click through our  Musicians and Filmmakers pages.

There is so much amazing work to come out of these artists – Project 30 in 30 has only shown you a small sampling.

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Day 22 – “Everybody Lies” by Melissa Lusk

July 31, 2011 Leave a comment

Rabbit Rabbit!
Closing out July with a fun, snarky tune from Melissa Lusk. Check out “Everybody Lies” (because you know you do too)


Everybody Lies
Melissa Lusk
Directed by Max S Pham
Camera by Praveen Elankumaran
Edited in part by Patrick Ng
Choreography by Katie Lee Hill
Dancers: Kyle McCoy, Emma Koenig, David Isaacs, Rachel Bloom, and Matt roi Berger

Day 19 – “RiverStomp” by Teen Girl Scientist Monthly

July 28, 2011 Leave a comment


RiverStomp
Teen Girl Scientist Monthly
Directed by Max S. Pham
Camera by Richard Trammell
Assistant Director: Ellen Schneider
G&E: Vincenzo Ferriero
Edited by Jacqueline Sia
Animated by Steph Ching
Special Thanks to Melissa Lusk

Teen Girl Scientist Monthly is:
Matt Berger (vocals/guitar)
Matt Gliva (Bass)
Anne Hartung (Violin)
Morgan Lynch (vocals)
Cathy Thomas (Keyboards)

with
Hiroyuki Matsuura – drums
Roko Djokovic – production, recording, mixing, additional instruments

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Video #20 – “Everybody Lies” by Melissa Lusk

January 9, 2011 2 comments

At long last, here’s a super cute video for a super cute song (with some quite uncute lyrics) – “Everybody Lies” by Melissa Lusk. Melissa found inspiration for the song in a story about two best friends, one with the odd superpower of never needing to sleep. Of course not sleeping has its consequences and the imaginations that would be the little boy’s dreams begin to manifest in his real life.

Taking this theme of dream and modified realities, director Max S Pham and co. have created a fun video that’s slightly off-kilter. Shot by Praveen Elankumaran, edited in part by Patrick Ng, with awesome dance sequences choreographed by Katie Lee Hill. Dancers: Kyle McCoy, Emma Koenig, David Isaacs, Rachel “Fuck Me Ray Bradbury” Bloom, and Matt roi Berger

Here’s

Be sure to check out Lusk & Friends, Sunday January 16 at Spike Hill in Williamsburg, 9pm (Free show!)

Come hang out w/ us this Saturday!

December 15, 2010 Leave a comment

Hey folks! This Saturday we’ve got TWO awesome events. We’d love for you to join us!

If you’re more of an early bird or into activism or want your shot in front of the camera, come up to Harlem for Miles Megaciph‘s “War” video shoot directed by Rocka Bennett! You might recognize Miles from our video for Genesis Be’s “Cold Eyes” – now’s the time for his own video.

We’re shooting from 8am-3pm up at Employment Technology Center (304-318 West 117th Street, betw 8th and 9th Ave).

If you want to be featured, show up early. To take part in the Peace Rally, wear all black and show up before noon. Oh and did I mention FREE food?

Bring 2 friends and get a free pass to Miles Megaciph’s upcoming album (“Migration of the Souled Kind”) release party this spring!

Click here for the track and here for more info

 

If you’re more of a night owl and want to party, come get your drink on at the Teen Girl Scientist Monthly EP Release Party!

So later that night, come out to Brooklyn (13 Thames St, off the Morgan L stop) for TWO sets of music, live projections AND a screening of our video for RiverStomp directed by Max S Pham.

For $3 at the door you get a reduced EP price, sweet tunes and FREE beer all night! What’s not to love? More details and FB info here!

 

It’s like the flyers were MADE to match or something.

Video #18 – “RiverStomp” by Teen Girl Scientist Monthly

December 11, 2010 1 comment


“I will go down with this ship…”

Well we’ve finally come to the end of our voyage, or at least with this video. This one was definitely a PROJECT. Had a lot of fun doing some animation work and shooting out in Prospect Park. Great job on all counts! Featuring the director/cinematographer team of Max S Pham and Richard Trammell, AD Ellen Schneider always keeping us on track, G&E Vincenzo Ferriero, editor Jacqueline Sia, and a boat built by TGSM themselves, this was definitely a group effort. Thanks to Melissa Lusk for picking up the slack on all else on set.

Teen Girl Scientist Monthly is:
Matt Berger (vocals/guitar)
Matt Gliva (Bass)
Anne Hartung (Violin)
Morgan Lynch (vocals)
Cathy Thomas (Keyboards)

Here’s a whimsical video for Teen Girl Scientist Monthly’s “RiverStomp”

Don’t forget to stop by TGSM’s EP release party Saturday, December 18 at #13 Thames St, Brooklyn (9pm) to see the show AND a screening of our video.