Video: Lusine – Stratus

Jeff McIlwain, is an Seattle-based electronic artist whose project is named Lusine. Effortlessly blurring the lines between techno, electro-pop and experimental composition, his music is diverse, abstract, powerful and emotive. This video is a fantastic live version of his song ‘Stratus,’ from the album, The Waiting Room. The video, directed by Nenzo Risha, a twenty-one year-old UCLA film school student from Hong Kong, captures the power and exhilaration of this track. Combining concert footage,¬† designs and effects from other visual artists, and video footage from Victoria Peak, Hong Kong, Navajo Loop Trail/Bryce Canyon, Utah, and of a helicopter flight over Kona, Hawaii from drummer Trent Moorman.

  • Recorded at Neumos – Seattle, WA
  • All copyright Ghostly International
  • Directed by NenzoLusine: Jeff McIlwain
  • Drums: Trent Moorman
  • Projections/visual design: Nick Bartoletti, Benjamin Van Citters
  • Filming: Andrew Durr, O’Ryan Brody, Sara Stifler, Art Hill, Michael Flanagan, Nick Kelly
  • Recorded audio mixed by Trent Moorman and Adam Swan at Sauco
  • Neumos¬†Sound engineers: Derek Shaffer, Josh Head
  • Neumos lighting: Terence Ankeny

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