IAMEVE Announces “Starman” Video Launch And Its Two Keyframe-Entertainment Remix Releases
I love creating worlds on film, so when Eve suggested working with Michael Rosner’s body art as part of her project The Everything Nothing, I saw an opportunity to literally paint a world from scratch.” – Thor Freudenthal
IAMEVE is a singer, songwriter and storyteller who merges electronic music and visual imagery. IAMEVE has been described by the Huffington Post as “if Alice took Ziggy Stardust’s hand and followed him down the rabbit hole to a world guided by the twists and turns of ethereal and colorful vocals.” IAMEVE’s song “To Feel Alive” was featured in the soundtrack film “Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters.” Her music has also been featured in such shows as “Ray Donovan”, “Masters of Sex”, “Arrow”, “Flash” and “The Fosters” to name a few.
The “Starman” single and video launched in October, which tells the story of two soulmates who are reunited in a multi-dimensional plane of existence.
“Starman” was co-produced with David Christophere of the classic electronic music outfit Rabbit In The Moon, and the video was directed by Thor Freudenthal (Percy Jackson, Diary of A Wimpy Kid). “I love creating worlds on film, so when Eve suggested working with Michael Rosner’s body art as part of her project The Everything Nothing, I saw an opportunity to literally paint a world from scratch,” says Thor Freudenthal. The video’s Starman is played by Keon Alexander, renown actor on FX’s show Tyrant. The video features IAMEVE painted in sacred geometry art by body artist Michael Rosner. The “Starman” video premiered at the Flux Film Festival at UCLA’s Hammer Museum, and has been featured on Baeble, FreeIndie, Hunnypot, buzzbands.la, Mondomedusah, OffWorlders and Scenester.TV.
“Starman” is part of a sci-fantasy transmedia fairy tale called The Everything Nothing, about creation, fractured identity, and transcending physical form. View the video at http://iameveami.com/. To support The Everything Nothing project, go to https://www.patreon.com/iameveami.
Keyframe-Entertainment organized the “Starman” Dissølv and Mixwell Temple Bass remix. San Francisco-based Dissølv is a live sonic journey through the primal and sacred ritual of dance; seeded with Sacred Tuning Systems & Nature Soundscapes, and Conceived with Deep Bass & Tribal Drum. Mixwell is a Montreal-born producer and songwriter, based in Guatemala. Although deeply rooted in soul and hip hop, Mixwell’s productions span across many genres, and through the passion for Afro-Latin music he developed through his travels, he incorporates the sounds of Belize, Colombia, Brazil and others into Bass-driven Electronica. The “Starman” Dissølv and Mixwell remix is available on Amazon.
The “Starman” Dandy Ryder Drum and Bass remix was also coordinated by Keyframe-Entertainment. Dandy Ryder consists of duo Derek Ryan and Andy Schneider. Derek Ryan is a San Francisco-based music producer, composer, songwriter, and DJ, dedicated to bringing quality melodic electronic dance music (EDM). Andy Schneider’s simply a self-empowered devotee of the gone-but-not-forgotten sound that captured his robot heart long ago: late century Boxed and Northern Exposed progressive house. The “Starman” Dandy Ryder remix is available on Amazon.
IAMEVE is a singer, songwriter and storyteller. IAMEVE catapults us into another world with an unusual mix of sacred geometry and surrealism in a kaleidoscope of fantastical inspiration sparked by Geiger, Bowie, Kate Bush, and Lewis Carroll, to name a few. She is deeply committed to the age of the heroine and awakening the balance of masculine-feminine in the universe.
Keyframe-Entertainment is a specialized branding and strategy firm, which produces, supports, and distributes cutting-edge projects. Keyframe is the Executive Producer of “ReInhabiting the Village,” “The Bloom Series” Episode 3, and “Electronic Awakening,” and the Associate Producer of The Polish Ambassador’s Permaculture Action Tour film. Keyframe also offers marketing support and strategic networking to DJs, producers, companies, filmmakers, nonprofits, and festivals.
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