This video was shot and edited on Walthamstow Marshes in one afternoon with the help of my neighbour Guy, who luckily didn’t really know what he was doing with my camera. I wanted it to be shaky and nicely out of focus in places to suit the mood of the song so this worked out perfectly. Continue reading “New music video for ‘Ghost Around’”
Filming with Ronnie Le Drew
I had the most wonderful day yesterday making a music video down by the river for a new track about climate change called ‘Leave It In The Ground’.
Once again I was working with the amazing puppeteer Ronnie Le Drew, along with the dream team of Alex Swinfen and David Kaplowitz who helped me make my last video for David Cameron.
We have a few more days of filming to go and I look forward to sharing it with you soon.
The #fuckoffbacktoEton video is now live!
youtube – https://youtu.be/rKbLGBGWO0o
youtube censored – https://youtu.be/LmVa7X0qtuI
youtube media clean version – https://youtu.be/gdyQHhU1Op8
vimeo – https://vimeo.com/126783714
vimeo – https://vimeo.com/126783715
itunes – https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/f**k-off-back-to-eton-single/id990963507?ls=1
spotify – http://open.spotify.com/album/5lCtMbWJklZFohBOc1jJ9F
my music is now on iLicenseMusic
I have always had a lot of time for John Buckman, the man behind Magnatune so I am really happy to be getting involved in his newest venture, iLicenseMusic.
You can see my page on the site here – http://ilicensemusic.com/g/Alt%20Rock/Robin%20Grey …and yes, of course I am ‘alt-rock’ …how dare you suggest otherwise!
iLicenseMusic provides royalty free music can be reuse and distribute in pretty much any project. A £89 monthly fee gives complete access to the entire catalog, which seems like a good deal to me and John always makes sure a good chunk of that money gets to the creators and musicians.
mariam’s cake puppetry video
Gosh – it is done – glass of fizzy pop all round. I hope you like it.
A music video featuring the talents of legendary puppeteer Ronnie Le Drew on marionette (http://www.ronnieledrew.com/) and young blood Arran Glass on plants.
Director and Editor – Luck Pawlak (http://www.lucypawlak.com/)
Cinematography – Michael Rabinovitz and Lucy Pawlak
Violin – Basia Bartz
Accordion – Caitlin Roberts
Banjo – Iain Macleod
Drums – Joe Allen
Bass – Amy Bowles
Backing vocals – Jane South
Guitar and voice – Robin Grey
With thanks to Yoav Segal, Candida Alderson, Lesley Scott, and Damian Chrobak.
songs from the shed
Here is our performance of ‘The Finchley Waltz’ – enjoy…
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