1. We run through worlds. We run toward the blur between the virtual and the real. We’re approaching the singularity where the simulation and reality are indistinguishable from each other. We find our hero stuck in a loop of paranoia as his virtual form resolves in and out of a black cube, solid to liquid, dissolving like an acid laced sugar cube. There is a romantic air too as John Tejada's "Integrator" brings in a humanistic beauty that we're in danger of missing…the dialogue between the internal and external pulse to the broken landscape of Los Angeles. Time is merely a construct of your conscious thoughts.

    Film By - Mark Dadlani

    Special Thanks to: Ghost Deep, Brain Peterson, Chad Peters, Taidgh O’Neill, Stephen Puella and Thomas Kelly for spending late nights and early mornings making this happen.

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  2. "I Doubt It" By School is an inter active installation video where the artist plays the sounds from the track by plucking the strings in the room that act as a giant instrument. This releases a cacophony of hand drawn animations that carries the messages and duality of the song and it's lyrics.

    ‘The Past Matters’ Available Everywhere Now!
    iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-past-matters/id1002691797

    Stream & Add To Your Spotify Playlist: https://play.spotify.com/album/5ZXSeBeQL6MdT2WFpTb1vs?play=true&utm_source=open.spotify.com&utm_medium=open

    Director: Mark Dadlani
    Production Company: Incite
    Producer: Mark Dadlani + Incite
    Executive Producer: Max Kim
    Download or stream the single below:
    iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the...
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    Facebook: http://facebook.com/schoolmyschool
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    Lyrics:
    i don't remember, the time
    it was the hottest of the
    it was the hottest of the winters to my mind
    i think I must have done it then
    and you were so far, from home
    i said i'd wait for you
    i said i'd wait it was a lie so precise
    you should have known that was the end
    but maybe I never did you wrong
    maybe you came home maybe your right here
    i doubt it
    there's only so much to move between heaven and hell
    i doubt it
    if the devil made worse he kept it for himself
    i doubt it
    there's only so much to move between heaven and hell
    i doubt it
    if the devil made worse he kept it for himself
    oh useless, my child
    we loved to fuck with you and
    we loved to fuck with you and you fit yourself
    perfectly underneath our feet
    when I socked you, in class
    i tore your face up and i
    i tore your face and later on we, we all laughed
    i think you must have felt it then
    but maybe we told you sorry,
    maybe i made you feel you were someone like me
    [chorus]

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  3. Artist: Bavaria / Track: "Everywhere"
    Director - Mark Dadlani
    Producer - Thomas Kelley
    Producer - Mark Dadlani
    1st AD - Tyler Stratton
    Production Designer - Sabrina Dadlani
    Contributing Editor - Seth Levine
    LA electronic musician John Tejada and vocalist Kimi Recor teamed up for a full album of darkly hued electronic pop under the name Bavaria. The track "Everywhere," taken from We'll Take A Dive on the California-based n5MD record label, is a layered exploration of disorientation and a yearning for home.
    Director Mark Dadlani took the mood and themes of the song and envisioned a story of spiritual transformation in Nature. The video follows a lost soul who is tracking a mysterious animal in the wilderness. He follows it into a foggy valley and the unknown. The animal spirit watches him and guides him deeper into her domain. He tries to climb a great height to meet her, but tumbles. In Bavaria, his fall is a supernatural passage to a new world.

    # vimeo.com/85566186 Uploaded
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