JKD Collective Tokyo produces Mosquito Slap music video for Red Bull Summer Edition

Red Bull.jpgTokyo based JKD Collective have produced a music video clip "Mosquito Slap" for Red Bull Summer Edition.

The video features original music composed of sounds heard while camping in summer. Each sound in the music was recorded on location during the shoot, allowing for a music production that would perfectly match up to the summer footage.

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As the music composition evolved, so the edit followed, in a fluid production process of synchronized music and visuals. They showcased the most iconic images of each sound, utilizing split-screens to show multiple "instruments" playing at once. Visual punch was also added by playing with timing and repetition to bring out the fun and humor in our best summer moments.

Enjoy the music and visual synchronicity that brings a new and exciting perspective on a summer
camping trip with friends and family.

Credits -
Directors: Mackenzie Sheppard, Shane Lester
Executive Producer/Creative Director: Bruce Ikeda
Producers: Satoshi Takahashi, Fumikazu Matsubara
Music/Sound Design: DJ Codomo
Director of Photography: Senzo Ueno
Editor: Shane Lester
Planner: Mana Morimoto
Colorist: Masato Ota
Sound Recordist: Takashi Hisamichi
Stylist: Kenichi Taira
Production Manager: Noriyuki Imoto
PA: Daichi Tanaka
Production: Robot
Client: Hideki Shimizu, Anna Sakagawa (Red Bull Japan)

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