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THE G I F T | A Film by AYBEE

THE GIFT - A Film by AYBEE

Title – THE GIFT
Cat# – DBR-FLM01
Artist – AYBEE
Label – Deepblak
Format – Film
Release Date – May 2015

“THE GIFT” is the story of a mysterious Radio, and its journey through intersecting lives. Shot in Berlin we follow the radio across the city as we learn of its power, and influence on all that cross its path. Directed by Berlin based music producer AYBEE (Armon Bazile) the film is silent, and was created to be scored LIVE in front of audiences. Done in collaboration with Berlin based photographer Marie Staggat “THE GIFT” was debuted, and scored live at the 8th annual FORWARD Fest (www.forwarddc.com) on Thursday, May 14th 2015 at the Goethe Institute in Washington DC.

Starring:

Ari
Sabrina Basten
Fred P.
Dave Aju
Matthieu La
Christopher Rau
Yuval Gross
Alland Byallo
Levon Vincent.

The Gift | A Film by AYBEE from Deepblak on Vimeo.

Soundtrack

AYBEE on Vinyl | UQ and Further Records in Stores now.

Two soon to be highly sought after pieces now available. First is a Limited Edition 12inch of Vertigo/Sun OF Cycle off the Ancient Tones (FUR004) project on Further Recordings. These come with beautifully hand screen-printed album jackets!  [ Buy ]

The Second is a Remix of “I’m Coming” for Deephouse Don Jus-Ed on Underground Quality. This is the 1st vinyl single  off his Next Level Album. As you know UQ records don’t hang around long, and this one is no different laced with a jaw dropping beautiful remix from Levon Vincent. [ Buy ]

The New York trip…

The trip to New York was no different than any of my other trips there….simply magical. The opportunity catch up, build, and make new friends was a tremendous blessing. In this era of social networking, and thumb based communication there is nothing like sitting in front of someone sharing ideas, food, and laughter. With the mighty Jus-Ed as my host little could go wrong as I was exposed to some of Connecticut’s most beautiful landscapes. To wrap up the weekend at the helm of one NYC’s most fabled Sound-System’s was an experience not soon to be forgotten. Respect to Jus-Ed, Anthony Parasole, Fred P., DJ Qu, Levon Vincent, Joey, Ian Rock, Lola & Spider, and all those who came out. I appreciate all the conversations as it was truly time well spent. Until next time…

Love | Respect | Power