Noisey’s got the premiere of Snoop Lion’s new video “Here Comes the King”. Watch it here
After being invited by Benjamin Millepied to a rehearsal for the L.A Dance Project’s premiere performance, Oscar-nominated director Alejandro G. Iñárritu (Biutiful (2010), Babel (2006)) was inspired to make a video-exercise that documents movement and dance in an experimental way, with a stream of consciousness narrative. The result is NARAN JA (One Act Orange Dance).
The film, produced by The Amoveo Company, was shot outside of L.A. and features excerpts of the new choreography Benjamin Millepied crafted for Moving Parts. The story takes place in a secluded, dusty space and centers around LADP dancer Julia Eichten who seems to be on an eternal search… for herself.
L.A Dance Project http://www.ladanceproject.com/
These photos by Will Sanders are the cutest things we’ve seen in forever.
Does it annoy you when people stare?
Mady: We make fun of them too!
Monette: Once, three boys in their 20s passed us on the street, all dressed the same in jeans and similar jackets. They made some ridiculous comment about us dressing alike.
Mady: We caught up with them and said, “At least we are aware of it.”
Monette: Most people don’t realize it but everyone looks more or less the same these days.
In case you jerks don’t know who Katie Stelmanis is, she is a classically trained singer from heaven who was sent to Earth to sing pretty/spooky/sexy songs behind a piano and then be like “fuck this, I wanna dance and have a reason to wear fancy blouses that move around and catch the light when I’m all up on a wind machine” so she formed Austra, which is a gothier, dancier version of what she was doing before, but now has a name that isn’t just her name, although it’s her middle name. I think it means “smoking hot ass” in German.