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Documentary: Faze Miyake by Faze Miyake

published on 15 February 2016

This short film by Faze Miyake is a documentary-style visual project chronicling the release of the artist, producer and DJ’s debut album. Using a combination of first-person videos and mobile phone footage shot by Miyake and digital footage filmed by Joseph J Marshall, the film is punctuated by a mix of three tracks from Miyake's album. With an interesting interplay between music and visuals, the film takes the viewer on a journey across Europe and Shanghai, culminating in a boiler room session and album launch party in London.  

This short film by Faze Miyake is a documentary-style visual project chronicling the release of the artist, producer and DJ’s debut album. Using a combination of first-person videos and mobile phone footage shot by Miyake and digital footage filmed by Joseph J Marshall, the film is punctuated by a mix of three tracks from Miyake's album. With an interesting interplay between music and visuals, the film takes the viewer on a journey across Europe and Shanghai, culminating in a boiler room session and album launch party in London.  

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