The final installment of our video series finds Telepathe moving from the background to center stage (quite literally). The experimental noise pop group provided the soundtrack for the first two videos in the series, and the third episode features an intimate live performance of the song “Michael” from their album Dance Mother.
The performance is hosted by the same group of friends from the earlier videos, who learn that Incase products offer protection when you least expect to need it.
Concluding our series, here is Experiment No. 3: Telepathe Recording.
Lower East Side, 9:45pm
Music: “Michael” by Telepathe from their album Dance Mother.
UPDATE: Forgot to mention, all videos are also available on our Facebook page.
The second installment of our video series continues to chronicle a group of friends in New York City. Once again, our protagonists count on the protection offered by Incase products as they use the video feature of the iPhone 3GS to document their journey from Williamsburg to the Lower East Side across the Brooklyn Bridge.
The video features the songs “Devil’s Trident (The Big Pink Specialization Reality)” and “Lights Go Down” by Telepathe from their album Dance Mother. And with that, we present Experiment No. 2: Moped Ride. Look for the final short on 3/22.
46.2 mi. from NYC, 9:45am
Music: “Can’t Stand It” by Telepathe from their album Dance Mother.
We teamed up with film collective Ghost Robot to create a series of three video shorts filmed in and around New York City. Centered around a group of friends whose leisurely pursuits involve creative experiments with the iPhone 3GS, the buoyant bunch relies on the protection of Incase products to give them the freedom to push the limits of iPhone video experimentation.
Experimental noise pop group Telepathe provides the soundtrack for the segments and makes a cameo in the final video of the series. Featured here is the song “Can’t Stand It” from their album Dance Mother.
Without further ado, we present to you Experiment No. 1: Rocket Launch. Be on the lookout for the second short dropping 3/15.
As part of our sponsorship of the 2009 Bicycle Film Festival, we gave our Courier Collection Skate Messenger Bag to Hernan Montenegro, the winner of the Los Angeles alleycat race. Here he is receiving his prize:
Last week marked the launch of the first in a series of videos entitled Bridging the Gap. The first video features Hern riding his track bike through the streets of LA with his BMX bike stuffed and strapped into the Skate Messenger Bag (we told you this bag was roomy). The video, directed by Joseph Lobato, also features beautifully shot footage of Hern pulling off some impressive tricks once he reaches his destination.
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