This EPK is a culmination of Blue performing live at various televised events along with exerts from her most recent film clip appearances. Featuring quick cuts and some funky visual effects, this teaser evokes the kind of energy one can expect from a Blue MC live show.
Second single from The Potbelleez sophomore album Destination Now (2011), Shake It was the band’s first single since their debut EP Junkyard to feature Blue alone on lead vocals. Co-produced by multiple Aria Award winning artist Paul Mac, this funky hip-house radio smash took the airwaves and the dance-floors by storm over summer 2010/11. The fun and innovative video for Shake It was directed by James Hackett of the Aria Award winning Hackett Films.
Fourth single from The Potbelleez album Destination Now (2011), the video for Midnight Midnight was shot on location in Tokyo and stands apart as the bands sexiest and most risqué piece of film work. Director Benn Jae of Silo Films takes us on a journey from the back alleys of Tokyo’s red-light district down to the dens of the criminal underground, starring Blue as a Geisha / Dominatrix!
Third single from The Potbelleez debut album The Potbelleez (2008), the theme of the video for Trouble Trouble is essentially “the morning aftermath” and trying to piece together the events of “the night before”. Directed by Dan Reisinger of Straighty 180 Films, this video points to the “memory rewind” as triggered by the next day’s evidence of debauchery – watch for the twist at the end!
Freak Me (Remix)
The original version of Freak Me is a track featuring vocals by Blue (aka B+) from UK based Hexstatic’s third studio album When Robots Go Bad (2007). This video was directed and produced by creative/digital artist/DJ/Producer Michael Fakesch of Designing Sounds to accompany his own remix of Freak Me.
Music From The Mind
Promoted as a Single from Hermitude’s second studio album Tales Of The Drift (2005), Music From The Mind is a light-hearted, funk based hip-hop tune featuring Blue MC on vocals and flute. The characterisation of Blue as a cartoon in this clip reflects both the song’s and the artist’s sweet innocence, accented by the simple wisdom of the lyrics.
Collaboration between Blue MC and Melbourne based duo Methods of Flow, Liquid Gold was entered into a music competition held by Nokia in 2007. Becoming one of the four finalists based on audience voting, Liquid Gold was granted the production of this film clip for entry into the final stage of the competition. Graphic design style motifs morph into the artist’s impression of Blue, defined as always by her long locks of hair, as the story unfolds in the form of an animated graffiti wall.