VIDEO: Moses Sumney’s “Replaceable”

Moses Sumney Replaceable from MOCHILLA on Vimeo.

Simple is best. That is the approach director B+ had when making this video for vocalist Moses Sumney, a single who has been generating a small buzz as of late. “Replaceable” was shot in one take with no edits, which is extremely rare in music videos but it works here, allowing the viewer to simply concentrate on the voice and the man.

VIDEO: Christopher Ellis featuring Bay C’s “Don’t Change That Number”

Christopher Ellis is the oldest son of the late ska/reggae legend Alton Ellis, and he has his own music career that will hopefully get a boost with the release of a new single. “Don’t Change That Number” features Bay C of the group TOK, and the beautiful black & white video, shot in Port Royal, Jamaica, was directed by Brian “B+” Cross of Mochilla.

VIDEO: Quantic & Alice Russell with The Combo Bárbaro’s “I’d Cry (Acoustic)”

The collabrative album between Quantic and Alice Russell, Look Around The Corner, is out, and here’s another B+ video in support of it, bringing them together with The Combo Bárbaro. A charmer.

VIDEO: Quantic & Alice Russell with the Combo Bárbaro’s “Look Around The Corner”

When one blends a wide range of styles, and it feels good, you want to share it with the world. Or at least you want to share the feeling you had with the world, and I want to do this with this new video by the main man Quantic, who has Alice Russell singing with him, backed by The Combo Bárbaro for a live rendition of “Look Around The Corner”.

The video was beautifull shot by Brian “B+” Cross, as he gives the video a very warm, “living room”/”basement” feel and occasionally places the emphasis on things in the room you might not tend to focus on, not unlike his photographic work. You’ll know it when you see/feel/hear it, so do so. & Alice Russell with the Combo Barbaro – Look Around The Corner by Tru Thoughts

The studio version of this song has been released as a single, vinyl junkies are able to enjoy it as a 10″ courtesy of the good people at Tru-Thoughts Records, available directly from Fat Beats. Digital fiends can purchase it from Amazon below.