17.05.12 by Jeff

A1 / Darkside

A1 / Darkside music video pomp and clout
“A1” is one of three tracks from Nicolas Jaar’s Darkside project with guitarist Dave Harrington. Golf clap for Ryan Staake, he nailed the vibe with this video. Watch the video below!

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • mmm, that’s a cool track indeed

  • Colby Edwards

    that video is cool… but i cant help but feel like they referenced the hell out of an art show that I did 2 years ago. 

    http://www.the8thday.tumblr.com

    • i do see some similarities but i think you could draw the same similarities from Star Wars or any film with an adventure in the desert – cool work though Colby, really great images

      • Colby Edwards

        Truuueeee. I actually just emailed the director and he got right back to me. He assured me that he never saw my work before, and he shared with me some of the things that he DID reference. (cool shit for sure) maybe its just a popular concept right now with the whole 2012 hype.  





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