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Chance the Rapper, Skrillex, and Hundred Waters Hang Out in "Show Me Love" Remix Video [LIVE EMBED]

Yesterday, Skrillex's remix of Hundred Waters' "Show Me Love," which features Chance the Rapper, Moses Sumney, and music by Rhye's Robin Hannibal, got its official premiere. Now, the track has a video, which marks the directorial debut of Skrillex himself. In it, Skrillex and Hundred Waters hang out in shopping carts and sword fight on rocks, while Chance raps at the beach and at a convenience store. Watch it below.

The video premiered on Hundred Waters' new site showme.love. It's embedded via Loveback, a new platform allowing fans to donate directly to the artist or an associated cause. In this case, anyone supporting Hundred Waters' music festival, FORM Arcosanti, will receive a free download of the "Show Me Love" remix and a chance to win festival tickets.

Hundred Waters' Nicole Miglis said in a press release, "This song was literally a journal entry I wrote to myself a few years ago, so seeing it become something bigger in the context of everyone involved was really special." Skrillex said, "It's all about love and positivity, what this world really needs right now. I want to thank all of the artists in the world going out of their way to make people's lives better and happier through creating and sharing their art."

22 March 2016

Rolling Stone: Watch Skrillex, Hundred Waters' Sweet 'Show Me Love' Video [LIVE EMBED]

Skrillex debuted the playful video for his massive remix of Hundred Waters' "Show Me Love." The new version features Chance the Rapper, Moses Sumney and Robin Hannibal and stands as the producer-DJ's directorial video debut.

The tender, neon clip features shots of beaches, ball pits and people falling in love between shots of the musicians involved in the all-star track. The summer-y vibe of the video pairs well with the light, sweet single.

"Show Me Love" appeared on Hundred Waters' 2014 album The Moon Rang Like a Bell. The Florida band released a remixed version of the whole album in 2015. In February, they debuted a new single, "Forgive Me for Giving Up."

In February, Skrillex performed at the Grammy Awards alongside Diplo and Justin Bieber. The trio turned their collaborative single "Where Are Ü Now" into a heavy rock track. The song won Best Dance Recording that night while Skrilex and Diplo took home the trophy for Best Dance/Electronic Album for their debut as Jack Ü.

22 March 2016

Skrillex and Four Tet Are Teaming Up for a B2B Set at FORM Arcosanti

Back in February, the line-up for the fourth edition of the FORM Arcosanti was announced, and it featured two of electronic music's heaviest hitters: Skrillex and Four Tet. Now it has been revealed in a full schedule announcement that the two will perform a special collaborative set on the first night of the festival—after each have played solo shows.

This will be the second time the two DJs have shared a stage, the first being a pumping 3-hour b2b performed at the London club Underworld Camden in April 2015. Videos of this performance are enough to make us salivate, as Skrillex and Four Tet one-up each other's rhythms like an increasingly bombastic dance contest.

As if that weren't enough, the fest's full schedule also includes a speaker series hosted by the cultural institution NeueHouse which has billed a lecture with multimedia artist Sanford Biggers, a [film screening about Arcosanti founder Paolo Soleri by video artist Doug Aitken, a discussion with comedian and writer Zach Anner, morning meditations with new age sculptor Kathy Garcia, and conceptual body paint sessions led by painter Alexa Meade.

Accompanying the announcement is a the short film "Jacques Greene & the Bad Apples" starring Canadian producer Jacques Greene, along with Arcosanti residents Dr. Sparks and Gerard Kaur, which was filmed in the MOOG Sound Lab at last year's FORM Arcosanti. The video—which shows two old men watching Greene perform and humorously providing unwanted accompaniment to his set—was written and produced by Hundred Waters's Zach Tetreault, who is also a FORM co-founder, in collaboration with director James Alexander Warren. Watch it below.

The film is being shared via Loveback, a new crowdsourcing site which allows viewers to donate directly to the artists themselves. Since the festival closed its submissions to attendees, the only way into FORM at this point is through a donation to Loveback, or by purchasing a patron package which includes a room, a shower, and security and staff assistance.

FORM Arcosanti will take place from May 13 to 15 in Arcosanti, Arizona.

22 April 2016


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