Communion in Lost Translation live set on GEETA WINDSTORM June 24th from Paris…..)))))))

I am posting my live improv set of titled Communion in Lost Translation that was aired on GEETA WINDSTORM show on June 24th last Friday via HKCR online radio. I recently made the transition to move over to France for the time being two months ago. More about that later. There is more in the works for MARISHITEN. Live performances here in Paris and other … Continue reading Communion in Lost Translation live set on GEETA WINDSTORM June 24th from Paris…..)))))))

Marshall-Tashi-Aaron trio, Experimental Music gig at the SF Lab in the Mission.

On the last week of January 29th of 2022, I had the pleasure of starting it off fresh. I drove up to San Francisco from the south bay neighborhood of Milpitas. It was a warm sunny afternoon fit for a picturesque California sunset at the beach – a beach about less than 30 minutes from where I live in Milpitas. I left my house around … Continue reading Marshall-Tashi-Aaron trio, Experimental Music gig at the SF Lab in the Mission.

Lights, Camera & Sound: 10 years of footage from South America to Japan

10 years ago, I had to opportunity to capture Kazuki Tomokawa films on Vincent Moon’s website. Kazuki was recorded in three parts. I watch all three. I was amazed at the class, style and technique harnessed by this purist of a filmographer. Too add, there was a story behind Kazuki’s film. It’s an area of Osaka where tourist may not roam around certain hours of … Continue reading Lights, Camera & Sound: 10 years of footage from South America to Japan

Lights, Camera & Sound: Post Cinema Discussion II (Digital Cinema)

Around 1970’s in Moscow, Andrei Tarkovsky was asked the question about an interest in creating abstract films. His response was there can be no such thing. Cinema‚Äôs most intrinsic function is to operate a camera that opens a shutter, begins rolling film, and recording the action set in front of the lens. Nothing more. Tarkovsky settled for this notion, nothing more. Well Tarkovsky, the 21st … Continue reading Lights, Camera & Sound: Post Cinema Discussion II (Digital Cinema)

Miho Hatori & Sudan Archives: La Blogotheque with a twist of feminine wilds in diversity.

H.A.K.M. the song is a drone piece developed during my nomadic state of creativity and construction of H.A.K.M. project. We have two short films from La Blogotheque with 9 year span circumventing the late 2000’s- late 2010’s. First Miho Hatori in 2009 (right before the beginning of the 2010’s) and Sudan Archives in 2018 (close to the end of the 2010’s). Both filmmakers techniques are … Continue reading Miho Hatori & Sudan Archives: La Blogotheque with a twist of feminine wilds in diversity.

Petites Planetes: When We Are Born

Petites Planetes is showing a live film event online March 7th. The film is title, “When We Are Born.” It features the work of Vincent Moon and Olafur Arnalds. It’s a 23-minute long film done in one shot. This is Vincent Moon style cinematography that he has crafted for over 15 years. I know his style very well for I have viewed only a hand … Continue reading Petites Planetes: When We Are Born

Camera, Sound & Travel: Indonesia Is Calling!

She is so soft, so tender and so vibrant I was surprised to see Vincent Moon back in action so soon. I guess he has a message for COVID-19: va te faire foutre!! This film is the best artist tonic to relax our COVID-19 blues. These two clips are based on Indonesian musicians. What better place to film one these musicians than from the majestic … Continue reading Camera, Sound & Travel: Indonesia Is Calling!

Camera, Sound, and Travel: American Modern Opera Company excerpt from “With Care.”

La Blogotheque has created a Take Away Shows episode with the American Modern Opera Company.; an excerpt from something called “With Care.” A sort of live experimental dance and experimental music short operatic theme performance. The scene in the video is a woman performing an dance while a guy plays violin in the background on some theater stage in NYC. It was produced by a … Continue reading Camera, Sound, and Travel: American Modern Opera Company excerpt from “With Care.”

Collection Petities Planetes: That Man holding that camera is Vincent Moon.

Vincent Moon is the videographer maverick who, I believe, has revolutionized film, music and art into a platform to be unscathed by the corporate machine. His videos are like visions. His technique is like a visionary. His name has become legendary amongst the music world. He is the Bodhi, Buddha of cinematography that some may admire or abhor. I see his style is borrowed from … Continue reading Collection Petities Planetes: That Man holding that camera is Vincent Moon.