Director/Writer/Editor: Emily Kai Bock
DP: Evan Prosofsky
EP/Producer: Geoff McLean
Underwater Camera Operator: Nabil Milne
Line Producer: Anna Junger
Prod Co: Vision Film Co / Logan & Sons
1st AC: Michael Bailey
Gaffer: John Hall
Key Grip: Nabil Milne
SFX: Jeff Skochko
PA: Jonathan Turner
Lead Talent: Rebecca White
Camper#1: Ted Reid
Camper#2: James Turnbull
Camper#3: Richard Harvey
Executive produced by The Creators Project in partnership with Warp Records.
The Creators Project is a partnership between Intel and VICE: thecreatorsproject.com/
Grizzly Bear: grizzly-bear.net/
Directed by We Are From LA
A Partizan Darkroom / Vice / CANADA Production for 55DSL © MMXII
This year yours truly finally found out for real that Barbadian rapper Haleek Maul isn’t like other 16 year olds. Mouth dirty like no soap. Mind sharp like a needle. Skin tough like an untenderized meat. “Greatness comes from within” he states. Shrouded in darkness Maul leaps from one side of the Glasslands stage to the next powered by an untraceable energy within. Each lyric like a licking flame at your feet. Watch as Haleek and Supreme Cuts get “Gully” at Glasslands.
Miguel has that Elvis quality. And it isn't just the leather and the won't quit hips. It's not the snarl or the sex or the swagger. Watching Miguel is like watching a predator and you're the prey. Watching him, one gets the sense that what we're seeing is exactly the same as what Miguel has seen dancing by himself in the mirror before people paid to see him dance on stage, and the way he sings sounds exactly the way it does in the car or in the steam of a shower. Rehearsed maybe, raw definitely.