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To The Other Side

 

To The Other Side

Music: Yolngu Street Boys

Two young Aboriginal men are chased by their shadows from the beginning of time to the end of history.

Winner: Best Music Video – Fist Full of Films 2012

Director and Director of Photography;
Tim Parish (www.verbstudios.com.au)

Assistant Director and Second Camera;
Leigh Bramal

Editor:
Luke Frace Mercado

Video Clip and Music Producer;
Morganics (www.morganics.info)

BBoys;
Andy ‘Static’ Lay and Aaron ‘Projekt’ Lim.

Parkour;
Jayme McManus and Michael Anderson

A note from the producer, Morganics;

I recorded this track in the old Yothu Yindi Studio in Gunyangarra in Arnhem Land, Northern Australia with Derrick Bukulatjpi and Mikey Gurruwiwi. They stomped out a rhythm on the floor and Mikey played yidaki (didgeridoo). As the beat formed I added some serious bass sounds to complement the yidaki, then the fellas kicked a freestyle rhyme in Yolngu Matta talking about Yolngu Culture, hunting and fishing. After I left they flew to Darwin Luke and James from Marngarr to work with Tim Parish and Leigh Bramal to shoot the clip in two days in and around Darwin with some local Bboys and free runners. Shout out to Mulgagidgee (http://www.mulgagidgee.com.au) for taking me up there, Marngarr Resource Centre Aboriginal Corporation (http://marngarr.com.au) for supporting the project. Enjoy, and please pass it onto your friends and family, peace!!

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