“Shut It Down” was one of the biggest songs off Party Favor’s debut EP 'Party & Destroy,' and it highly deserved an epic music video to match. The video lives up to any amount of absurdity that you might expect from a Party Favor and Dillon Francis collaboration; poking fun at a corporate-company lifestyle, we follow nerdy versions of Dylan (Party Favor) and Dillon as the two superstar producers play the stereotypical roles of nerdy coworkers who are relentlessly picked on by the rest of the company. Throughout the video, the pair are victims of merciless pranks from their coworkers and boss, until their impending backlash, which marks the turning point of video and perfectly fits the “party and destroy” theme of the EP.
Director: Garrett Warren Producer: Jack Winter, Karam Gill Director of Photography: Matt Komo Cam Op: Kyro Wavebourne, James Mackel Production Designer: Tommy Haynes UPM: Steven Taylor Production Coordinator: Clay Dirkse, Jake Herman Stunt Coordinator: Garrett Hammond SPFX Coordinator: Simon White Editor: Alex Crosby Colorist: Kinan Chabani
It’s the most wonderful time of the year again, a time when we all lose our minds. At Mad Decent, we're back to light up your holiday season one more time with A Very Decent Christmas 4. And as with previous years, we've flipped your favorite tracks into unforgettable Christmas carols. But what makes this season different is the shear amount of original jingling tracks from our favorite Christmas loving producers: this is the official soundtrack to your post-apocalyptic holiday season.
This dark but merry affair is a true global takeover with artists from Kyoto, Trinidad, The Netherlands and everywhere in between. You'll find Major Lazer crossing paths with Protoje on “Christmas Trees”— cause who doesn’t love lighting those up? Sharing a pine needle flavored vape fireside in an abandoned castle in the woods, you'll find Rap and Reggae holding hands with Gabber and Dembow. And since the world is mad and gone, we had to reach out to visionary artist Juyong Lee to visually portray the mechanical, capitalist path the holidays have inevitably taken. Whatever red God you worship—whether it be Santa, Krampus, or Joulupukki— we got your ears covered with this yearly chimney ritual by Mad Decent.