Vice’s Creators Project spoke with director Michael Reisinger the hypnotic new visual treatment for Lusine’s “Just A Cloud,” built with 2,300 LED lights.
“In a lot of fictional examples, a character awakens from a simulated world and into the real world, where everything is the same. Color, light, matter—all behave the same as in the simulation. I wanted to put our character through a similar awakening, but into a reality that’s overwhelming and incomprehensible.”
On Friday, March 31st, Geotic aka Will Wiesenfeld will be djing live at NYC’s Turntable Lab from 6pm to 7pm, in celebration of the release of his latest album Absyma. Admission is free, and vinyl copies of Absyma will be available for purchase.
Earlier that day, at noon, he’ll dj at The Lot Radio in Williamsburg. And much later, at midnight, the celebration continues down the street with Geotic’s album release party at Baby’s All Right. Will’s show as Baths the night before has long been sold out, so here’s another chance to catch him in NY.
On Sunday, March 26th, Ghostly is participating two-fold during MoMA PS1 & Other Music’s Come Together festival. Find us upstairs at the label market, selling Ghostly LPs and cassettes plus select items from The Ghostly Store, and from Ghostly founder Sam Valenti’s personal record collection.
We will also debut our collaboration with Snarkitecture, The Last Crates, in a gallery space dedicated to record listening. We’ve invited artists, label reps, and friends to select an album to be played in its entirety. Together let’s listen and ponder: what would you put in your last crate?
On the heels of our inaugural event, we’ve announced the next iteration of our Spiritual America event series. Taking place next month on April 8th, we’ll return to Detroit’s El Club with a night featuring performances by Inga Copeland and Lusine as well as DJ sets by Joey Anderson, Osborne, and our resident DJ, Shigeto. See you there.